meeting five

TRANSCRIPT: Meeting 5, Concluding Remarks

DR. GUTMANN:  I just want to join all of the commission members and our vice chair, Jim Wagner in saying that this has been very helpful to us.  And also thank you all for coming so far to give us your advice.  We will be back in touch with you to get various writings and other suggestions from you.  But in the meantime, now that my red light is on, I want to ask everybody, and I also want to thank the public members of our audience for really getting us off to a great start on this very important topic.  So thank you all very, very much.

Date

Thu, 05/19/2011

TRANSCRIPT: Meeting 5, Session 9

DR. GUTMANN:  Many thanks to everyone.  And I would like everybody who has presented today to give us some of their advice and then we’ll open it up to questions.  

Date

Thu, 05/19/2011

TRANSCRIPT: Meeting 5, Session 8

DR. WAGNER: We’ve got forty-five minutes to talk about the European perspective – we’re going to take our whole forty-five minutes because we expect to be just as rich as the prior conversation was.

Date

Thu, 05/19/2011

TRANSCRIPT: Meeting 5, Session 7

DR. GUTMANN:  Thank you all very much. As you know, the subject of our present investigation is human subjects research, and specifically, the protection of human subjects, both national and international, with the particular focus on the international dimension. And this panel is brought together to discuss transnational standards of human subjects research and we’re going to begin with John Williams.

Date

Thu, 05/19/2011

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