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Stem Cell Research and Pay-to-Participate Trials

Stem Cell Research and Pay-to-Participate Trials

A live panel discussion about the value and perils of paid participation in stem cell research and clinical trials.

STEM CELLS Translational Medicine is hosting a free webinar on Stem Cell Research and Pay-to-Participate Trials to better address the growing concerns of clinical trial research and financial conflicts of interest. Typically, patients do not have to pay to participate in clinical trials; however, as research funding continues to shrink, the growth of pay-to-participate trials has increased. In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss the benefits of this research funding model as well the potentials for misuse and ethical concerns.


Moderator

Anthony Atala, MD - Director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Panelists

Arthur L. Caplan, PhD - Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor of Bioethics in the Department of Population Health, NYU Langone
Nancy M.P. King, JD - Professor, Social Sciences and Health Policy, Wake Forest University
Susan Z. Kornetsky, MPH - Director of Clinical Research Compliance, Boston Children's Hospital
Leigh Turner, PhD - Professor of Health, Society, & Behavior, UC Irvine Public Health