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Podcast interview for UC Medical Humanities Press

It was great to be back at the Department of Anthropology, History and Social Medicine at UCSF for a few days last week. During my visit I gave a talk as part of the Culpeper Seminar Series on ethics of CRISPR genome editing technologies. I was also interviewed by Professor Brian Dolan, Director of UC Medical Humanities Press and Professor of Social Medicine at UCSF, about my book “From Bench to Bedside, to Track and Field: The Context of Enhancement and its Ethical Relevance” published for UC Medical Humanities Press.

In the podcast (available here) I discuss genome editing technologies to alter the human embryo and to select children’s traits, genetic technologies to enhance athletic performance, and doping in professional sport.

The podcast is available here: