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On 20-21 August of 2017 the Center for the Study of Bioethics, the Division of Medical Ethics in NYU School of Medicine´s Department of Population Health and The Hastings Center jointly organized the international conference “Genome editing: biomedical and ethical perspectives”.

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Immediately before that, on 16-19 August of 2017 the European Society for the Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare and the Center for the Study of Bioethics jointly organized the international conference “Emerging technologies in healthcare”.

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Gene Therapy in the New Era of Genome Editing: CRISPR/Cas9 Technology
 

On 29 June 2017 the Center for the Study of Bioethics organized in cooperation with the Serbian Unit and European Division of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, as well as with the Institute for Social Sciences, the lecture "Gene Therapy in the New Era of Genome Editing: CRISPR/Cas9 Technology ". The lecturer was Sonja Pavlović, PhD (Laboratory for Molecular Biomedicine of the Institute for Molecular Genetics and Genetic Engineering, Belgrade University). Stefan Mićić moderated the lecture.


Molecular Genetics and Genomics in Medical Practice

On 22 June 2017 the Center for the Study of Bioethics organized in cooperation with the Serbian Unit and European Division of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, as well as with the Institute for Social Sciences, the lecture "Molecular Genetics and Genomics in Medical Practice". The lecturer was Maja Stojiljković, PhD (Laboratory for Molecular Biomedicine of the Institute for Molecular Genetics and Genetic Engineering, Belgrade University). Nebojša Lukić moderated the lecture.


Mandatory or Recommended Immunization: Legal Aspects of Immunization of Children in the Republic of Serbia

On 15 June 2017 the Center for the Study of Bioethics organized in cooperation with the Serbian Unit and European Division of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, as well as with the Institute for Social Sciences, the lecture "Mandatory or Recommended Immunization: Legal Aspects of Immunization of Children in the Republic of Serbia". The lecturers were Assistant Professor Jelena Simić and Associate Professor Jelena Jerinić  (Faculty of Law, Union University in Belgrade). Aleksandra Vučkoivć moderated the lecture.


Recent developments in GMO jurisprudence in European Union law

On 8 June 2017 the Center for the Study of Bioethics organized in cooperation with the Serbian Unit and European Division of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, as well as with the Institute for Social Sciences, the lecture "Recent developments in GMO jurisprudence in European Union law". The lecturer was Professor Valentina Ranaldi (University of Rome). Ursela Barteczko moderated the lecture.


Uterus Transplantation or Surrogacy: Medical and Ethical Aspects
 

On 1 June 2017 the Center for the Study of Bioethics organized in cooperation with the Serbian Unit and European Division of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, as well as with the Institute for Social Sciences, the lecture "Uterus Transplantation or Surrogacy: Medical and Ethical Aspects". The lecturer was Professor Amira Fazlagić. Aleksandar Mraović moderated the lecture.


Transgender: Fundamentals, Treatment and Bioethical Aspects
 

On 18 May 2017 the Center for the Study of Bioethics organized in cooperation with the Serbian Unit and European Division of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, as well as with the Institute for Social Sciences, the lecture "Transgender: Fundamentals, Treatment and Bioethical Aspects". The lecturer was Professor Miroslav Đorđević (School of Medicine, Belgrade University). Vladimir Terzić moderated the lecture.




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Multimedia Exhibition – Bioethics seen through art

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On 20-26 February 2017, the Center for the Study of Bioethics organized in Belgrade the exhibition "Bioethics seen through art " at the Kolarac Foundation's Gallery. The exhibition was part of a CSB project that aims at awareness raising about bioethical issues among the public and at highlighting ethical issues that appear as a consequence of rapid scientific and technological developments. The themes that were addressed by young artists were: transhumanism, nature and the human (human influence on nature and the nature's answer) and artificial intelligence.

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CSB/Hastings conference held in Belgrade

The international conference "Enhancing Understanding of Enhancement", organized by the Center for the Study of Bioethics in collaboration with The Hastings Center, took place in Belgrade on October 27-28.2015. Among the participants, who came from 24 countries representing all five continents, were some of the most prominent contemporary bioethicists: John Harris (keynote speaker), Erik Parens (keynote speaker), Anders Sandberg, Michael Hauskeller, Robert Sparrow, Maartje Schermer, Ineke Bolt and many others.

At the event's opening ceremony, the participants were first greeted by Vojin Rakić, Director of the Center for the Study of Bioethics and Research Professor at the Institute for Social Sciences. Afterwards the participants were addressed by  Mildred Solomon, President of The Hastings Center, and Srđan Verbić, Minister of Science, Education and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia. The final speaker to address the audience at the opening ceremony was Aleksandar Damjanović, Deputy Director of the Center for the Study of Bioethics and Director of the Institute for Psychiatry, University of Belgrade.

The conference lasted for two days, with simultaneous presentation panels taking place in two halls.

All of the most prominent Serbian media have reported on this significant scientific event, which has also received outstanding public attention in other countries.

RECORDED PRESENTATIONS AT THE CONFERENCE

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International conference "Enhancement: Cognitive, Moral and Mood"

Between 14 and 16 May 2013 the international conference "Enhancement: Cognitive, Moral and Mood" was held in Belgrade. The event was organized by Vojin Rakić (Center for the Study of Bioethics) and Julian Savulescu (Oxford Centre for Neuroethics). The Center for the Development of Liberalism (CDL) co-organized the event.

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Cambridge Working Group for Bioethics Education in SerbiA

The Cambridge Working Group for Bioethics Education in Serbia has been established with the aim to bring together leading local and international experts in the fields of philosophy, medicine, biology, sociology - all of whom are envisioned to contribute to the development of bioethics education and research in Serbia.

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