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Comparative legal and ethical issues surrounding assisted reproductive techniques in animals

Jekyll Room, Winterbourne House
Arts and Law, Life and Environmental Sciences, Research
Wednesday 7th May 2014 (13:00-17:00)
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This is an invitation only event.

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A half-day seminar presented by Dr Madeleine Campbell, Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow in Veterinary Ethics at The Royal Veterinary College and Visiting Scholar at Birmingham Law School, and Birmingham University’s Centre for Health Law, Science and Policy. 


1pm: Lunch

2pm: Does current regulation of ARTs adequately protect animal welfare?

Presenter: Madeleine Campbell

Respondent: Richard Young, Professor of Law and Policy, Birmingham University


3pm: Should the welfare of animal foetuses be protected?

Presenter: Madeleine Campbell

Respondent: Dr Sheelagh McGuinness, Birmingham Fellow, Birmingham University


Tea will be served at the conclusion of the discussion

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