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Bowman, Ludlow and Johnson Publish Article on “Three-Parent IVF”

Dr. Diana Bowman, Karinne Ludlow and Walter Johnson recently published an article on Slate, exploring the option of human genome editing in In vitro fertilization. The article, titled “‘Three-Parent IVF’ Might Open the Door to Human Genome Editing” discusses the research from Spain and Greece on mitochondrial donation that led to six pregnancies. The trial resulted with almost one-quarter of the 25 women enrolled successfully conceiving with mitochondrial donation.

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LSI Announcement: 2020/2021 Journal Clubs Launch!

The Center for Law, Science & Innovation is pleased to announce the launch of two Journal Clubs for the 2020-2021 academic year.  A Journal Club is a regular gathering where members take turns presenting important new papers on a common theme at successive meetings.   The paper or papers to be discussed at each meeting are distributed in advance so that participants have an opportunity to read them before the discussion and come prepared to discuss and ask questions.  Each of these Journal Clubs will meet once in November for an initial session and to select participants/topics for regular Journal Club meetings in the Spring Semester. This year, our clubs will focus on:  1.       CRISPR/Gene Editing – CRISPR or gene editing is probably the most important biotechnology of the 21st century, and will have enormous implications for human health, human modification, plant and animal breeding, and disease eradication.  The CRISPR/Gene Editing Journal Club

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Our Graduating Students

Usually a time of celebration, we are saddened that we can not celebrate graduation with the amazing students who we have had the pleasure to get to know at The Center for Law Science and Innovation. We have had the honor to work with many of these students throughout their ASU Law career and want to recognize this achievement despite not being able to in person.  Share on facebook Share on email Share on twitter Share on linkedin

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