Arri Eisen is director of the Program in Science and Society at Emory University’s Center for Ethics in Atlanta and a professor of pedagogy in the department of biology. Eisen teaches research ethics to faculty, undergraduates, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and physicians. He researches the basic science of gene regulation and research ethics education. He is co-author of “The Absent Professor: Why We Don’t Teach Research Ethics and What to Do About It” (published in The American Journal of Bioethics) and co-editor of the two-volume collection of essays titled Science, Religion and Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Culture and Controversy.
|Categories||Beliefs & practices, Bioethics, education, Health care, Medical ethics, Science & health, Society & culture|
|Locations||Georgia, United States of America|