Ethics, Computing, and Genomics: Edited by Herman T. Tavani

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Herman T. Tavani
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - 356 ページ
Comprised of eighteen chapters contributed by experts in the fields of biology, computer science, information technology, law, and philosophy, Ethics, Computing, and Genomics provides instructors with a flexible resource for undergraduate and graduate courses in an exciting new field of applied ethics: computational genomics. The chapters are organized in a way that takes the reader from a discussion of conceptual frameworks and methodological perspectives, including ethical theory, to an in-depth analysis of controversial issues involving privacy and confidentiality, information consent, and intellectual property. The volume concludes with some predictions about the future of computational genomics, including the role that nanotechnology will likely play as biotechnologies and information technologies continue to converge.
 

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Section I
1
Chapter
11
Mapping the Conceptual Terrain
14
Chapter
17
Moral Legal Policy and Scientific Research Perspectives
27
The Law and Ethics of Programming
55
Ruth Chadwick and Antonio Marturano Computing Genetics
75
Personal Privacy and Informed Consent
99
Bart Custers The Risks of Epidemiological Data Mining
153
Herman T Tavani Environmental Genomics Data Mining
167
Gene Enhancement Techniques
197
Rethinking Intellectual Property Rights
235
Movement
247
Genetic Patents Could Teach Us
255
Challenges for the Future of Computational Genomics
279
Francis S Collins Eric D Green Alan E Guttmacher and Mark
287

Judith Wagner DeCew Privacy and Policy for Genetic
121
David Baumer Julia Brande Earp and Fay Cobb Payton Privacy
137
Index
149
Challenges at
317
The Case
323
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