Why Precision Medicine is not Very Precise (and why this should not surprise us)
Wills Memorial Building, Reception Room
Following the Philosphy of Cancer Biology workshop the Centre for Science and Philosophy and the Centre for Health, Humanities and Science are co-hosting a Public Lecture entitled ‘Why Precision Medicine is not Very Precise (and why this should not surprise us)’. There will be a talk by Professor Anya Plutynski, followed by a panel discussion with Dr Karoline Wiesner , Dr James Brennan and Heidi Loughlin. Dr Julian Baggini will chair.
The event is free and all are welcome but it is necessary to register in advance. Please follow the eventbrite link below for full details and to register your interest for the Public Lecture.
ABSTRACT OF TALK
There will be coffee and tea served from 5.30 and a wine reception after the event.
The Wills Memorial Building is wheelchair accessible and there are porters at the entrance. There is a lift at the back of the buildings. Toilets are located on the ground floor.
For any access requirements and more details and to register for the workshop, please email Charlotte Withers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The events are co-hosted by the Centre for Science and Philosophy, the Centre for Health, Humanities and Science, the Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol, and the Life of Breath project.
Miss Charlotte Withers, Administrator for the Health, Humanities and Science Faculty Research Centre