On Monday, May 30, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture Director and Professor of Law Carter Snead will deliver the inaugural University of Florence “Law and Justice Lecture” in Florence, Italy. Snead’s inaugural lecture, entitled “Three Regulatory Models for Stem Cell Research,” will analyze and contrast the US Government’s federal funding policies under Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama as a means of exploring the complexities of American governance of science, medicine, and biotechnology in the name of ethical goods. Read the news release.
Snead, O. Carter, "Three Regulatory Models for Stem Cell Research" (2016). Faculty Lectures and Presentations. 57.