Amaka Eneanya, "Controversies in Medicine: Lessons Learned Using Race to Diagnose and Treat Kidney Disease"
Amaka Eneanya, "Controversies in Medicine: Lessons Learned Using Race to Diagnose and Treat Kidney Disease"
   November 3, 2022

Join us for a presentation by

Dr. Amaka Eneayana (Head of Strategy and Operations, Fresenius Medical Care):

"Controversies in Medicine: Lessons Learned Using Race to Diagnose and Treat Kidney Disease"

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Film Screening: Fighting for Family
Film Screening: Fighting for Family
   October 10, 2022

Join us for a film screening of Director Lan Nguyen's

Fighting for Family

Followed by Followed by a Panel Discussion with SECA Village and local community organizers

Register here (in person in Rowe 130)

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Ana Iltis, "Race, Genes, and Kidney Transplantation"
Ana Iltis, "Race, Genes, and Kidney Transplantation"
   October 3, 2022

Join us for a presentation by

Ana Iltis (Dir. Center for Bioethics, Health & Society, Wake Forest Univ.):

"Race, Genes & Kidney Transplantation: Ethical Issues in Race-Targeted Genetic Testing"

Register here for in person (11:30, Woodward Hall 154, lunch provided)

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Center Director Gordon Hull "Personally Speaking" Talk
   September 15, 2022

More info and registration here

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Ethical Approaches to Working with Refugees
   April 28, 2022

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Equity Through Revlexivity: A Conversation with Seye Abimbola
Equity Through Revlexivity: A Conversation with Seye Abimbola
   April 4, 2022

April 21, 4:00pm EDT: Equity through Reflexivity: A Conversation with Seye Abimbola (Senior Lecturer, Public Health, Univ.  of Sydney, Prince Claus Chair in Development and Equity at Utrecht Univ., Editor-in Chief of BMJ Global Health)

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Karen Levy, "Robotruckers: The Double Threat of AI for Low Wage Work"
Karen Levy, "Robotruckers: The Double Threat of AI for Low Wage Work"
   March 28, 2022

April 6, 1:00 EDT: Karen Levy (Asst. Prof. Sociology and Associate of the Law School, Cornell Univ.) presents as part of our series on Bias in AI, on “Robotruckers: The Double Threat of AI for Low Wage Work”

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Ngozi Okidegbe, "Discredited Data"
Ngozi Okidegbe, "Discredited Data"
   March 14, 2022

March 23, 1:00 ET: Ngozi Okidegbe (Asst. Prof. Law, Cardozo School of Law), presents as part of our series on Bias in AI, on “Discredited Data”

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John Hume in America
John Hume in America
   March 9, 2022

Of interest: The Office of the Honorary Consul of Ireland & the University of North Carolina Charlotte's Philosophy Department present a film screening of "John Hume in America" with a conversation with the director. Free and open to the pubilc.

 

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Nicola Mulder, "Challenges in Large-Scale Genomics Research in Africa"
Nicola Mulder, "Challenges in Large-Scale Genomics Research in Africa"
   January 24, 2022

Feb. 15 (Tuesday) at 10:00 EST: Nicola Mulder (Prof. and Head of Computational Biology (CBIO) division, Univ. Cape Town): “Challenges in Large-Scale Genomics Research in Africa

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