HBPCURWSET 2017 : 1st HBP Curriculum workshop series - Research, ethics and societal impact | Responsible research: How to deal with animals and ICT in science – an ethical approach
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1st HBP Curriculum workshop series - Research, ethics and societal impact
Responsible research: How to deal with animals and ICT in science – an ethical approach
10-12 July 2017, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
This Workshop aims to provide the participants with insights on ethical aspects of the use of ICT and animals in science and research. Designated discussion rounds will provide the possibility for participants to interact with faculty and deepen the understanding of the topics addressed.
Team based learning – group works
This workshop is open to the whole student community and early post-docs upon application.
Applications from young female investigators are highly encouraged.
Application is required as space may be limited.
Applicants selected for participation will be informed within two weeks after the application deadline. There is no registration fee. Seven travel grants will be available upon request (European students only). Accommodation can be provided for 30 students (first come, first served).
Note: The workshop is a supplement to the online course ‘HBP Curriculum – Research, ethics and societal impact‘. It is recommended for workshop participants to attend the online course as a basis for the workshop. During the workshop, participants will have the possibility of taking an exam about the content of the HBP online course ‘HBP Curriculum – Research, ethics and societal impact‘.
Abdul H. Mohammed | KI/LU
HBP Education Programme Office
Application deadline: 1 June 2017
HBP Education Programme Office
Medical University Innsbruck
Müllerstraße 59, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Phone: +43 512 9003 71242
Lise Bitsch | DBT Public engagement in HBP
Malcolm Dando | UoB Team Based Learning – Group work
Neuroscience and the problem of Dual Use
Rafael Frias | KI Societal Attitudes to Animal Research
Viveka Hillegaart | KI Lab visit – Animal departments at Karolinska Insitutet
Ethics in biomedical research and the 3Rs
Stuart Hurworth | CamCog Ethical aspects of using computerized cognitive tests in patients and healthy individuals
Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos | UU ICT as ethical competence
Christine Mitchell | HU Ethics of Neuroscience and Neuroscience of Ethics
Abdul Mohammed | KI/LNU Introduction
Björn Rozell | KI The consequences of genetic variation in laboratory animals
Brun Ulfhake | KI The infrastructure and use of experimental animals at KI
Alan Winfield | UWE Roboethics
The Karolinska Institute consistently ranks among the top universities in the world on a number of prestigious ranking tables, and is currently considered the ninth best university to study medicine in the world.
It has two campuses: The main campus is located in the municipality Solna, which is a part of the Stockholm urban area. The second was established more recently in Flemingsberg, Huddinge, south of Stockholm.
The Karolinska University Hospital, located in Solna and Huddinge, is associated with the university as a research and teaching hospital. Together they form an academic health science centre. It is one of Sweden's largest centres for training and research, accounting for 30 percent of the medical training and 40 percent of the medical academic research conducted nationwide. While most of the medical programs are taught in Swedish, the bulk of the Ph.D. projects are conducted in English.
Research, ethics, societal impact, animals, ICT, research, Human Brain Project, neuroscience, dual use, roboethics