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15 febrero 2016Campus Bilbao


The University of Deusto has joined the Individuals, Societies, Culture and Health COST Action IS1303 “Citizen's Health through public-private Initiatives: Public health, Market and Ethical perspectives (CHIP ME)”. The Action was launched in Brussels in November 2013 and is aimed to improve the state of the art by creating a community of researchers and stakeholders and linking existing initiatives which bring critical expertise in bioethics, social studies of science and technology, genetic technology, information and communication technology, stakeholder deliberation, and patient centred initiatives with a new focus on new public-private interactions and consumer genetic testing.

Iñigo de Miguel and Elena Atienza, from the Inter-University Chair in Law and the Human Genome, are participating in Working Group 1: Research & Ethics.