Interdisciplinary Faculty Lunch: Privacy and Human Subject Research

Next Friday, January 18, the Center is hosting the first of our spring interdisciplinary faculty lunches on the topic of “Privacy and Human Subject Research” from 12:00 to 1:15 p.m. in the Cowell Boardroom (Room 5003) at the UNC School of Law.

The lunch, which is open to all UNC faculty, will focus on how advances in technology have changed the ways human subject research, both biomedical and behavioral, is conducted and the many privacy issues that accompany such research. The discussion will be led by Professors John Conley and Andrew Chin. Our previous lunches, which rotate around the UNC campus, have brought together approximately 30-40 faculty and graduate students from across the University of North Carolina.  For more information — and background on the topic — please see our event page.

Please RSVP to Liz Woolery by January 15, as space will be limited.  The Center will provide lunches and drinks.

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One Response to Interdisciplinary Faculty Lunch: Privacy and Human Subject Research

  1. NanWang January 16, 2013 at 3:07 pm #

    I am a Visiting Scholar in UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication this year. I work for China Central Television 10 year as a Sports reporter.And I really want to join the Interdisciplinary Lunch: Privacy and Human Subject Research. Thanks.

    Nora

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