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Privacy, public interest and the future of healthcare research

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Dr Mark Taylor, Senior Law Lecturer and Programme Director for Biotechnology, Law and Ethics at the University of Sheffield, will talk about developing concepts of privacy and building regulatory regimes that balance individual interests with the public good.

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Life Sciences & Society is a series of free events taking a broad perspective on issues surrounding bioscience and health that are relevant to policy.

Topics are wide ranging across science, medicine and the humanities, and will be of value to academic, commercial and clinical researchers and practitioners who are interested in how research in life sciences is adopted in practice for the health and wealth of the nation.

This talk is part of the Life Sciences & Society series.

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