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  • Asian Bioethics:Breaking New Ground
  • Reidar Lie, Guest Editors (bio) and Joseph Millum, Guest Editors (bio)
Reidar Lie

Reidar K. Lie is a staff scientist in the Department of Bioethics, NIH, USA where he is responsible for the Unit on Multinational Research, and holds a post at the University of Bergen, Norway. His current research interests include ethical issues of international collaborative research and ethical issues in health sector reform in developing countries. He has been a consultant to WHO on international research ethics, and has organised training workshops on ethical issues in research and healthcare in Latin America, Asia, Europe and Africa on behalf of WHO.

Joseph Millum

Joseph Millum is a Bioethicist in the Clinical Center, Department of Bioethics and Fogarty International Center, NIH, Maryland, USA. Dr Millum studied internationally in the USA, UK and Canada and specialises in the areas of Moral Philosophy and Bioethics. Dr Millum has recently published the article "How Should the Benefits of Bio-prospecting Be Shared?" in both the Hastings Center Report 40, 1 (2010): 24-33 and the Asian Bioehtics Review 1, 4 (2009): 383-400.



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pp. 171-172
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Archived 2017
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