Genetically Modified Foods Conference

Biotech Symposium 2004Genetically Modified Foods Conference

This Conference was free and open to the public and was hosted on Monday, March 31, 2004 at the Bradley Lecture Center, Children's Harbor Building of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The Conference was presented by Cumberland Law School's Center for Biotechnology, Law and Ethics, the Cumberland Law Review and the Center for Ethics & Values in the Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

PANELS

  • Four Worldviews on Genetically Modified Food, or Greenpeace versus Monsanto
  • Genomics-Guided Agricultural Biotechnology Seeking a Less Politically Volatile Approach to GMO Development
  • GMOs as an International Trade Issue: Using the World Trade Organization to Resolve an International Public Policy Conflict,
  • Can GMOs Help Developing Countries in their Quest for Food Security,
  • The Promise and Peril of GM Agriculture in the Developing World: What Will Become of Traditional Agriculture Knowledge?
  • Andhra Pradesh, India, as a Case Study in Perspectives on GMOs

PARTICIPANTS

  • David E. Adelman, J.D., Ph.D. of the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona
  • Elizabeth Bowles, J.D. candidate at Cumberland School of Law. Now, attorney at Smith & Ely, LLP.
  • Marsha Echols, J.D., LL.M., J.S.D., of Howard University School of Law
  • Charles R. McManis, J.D., of the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law
  • Gregory Pence, Ph.D. of the University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • C.S. Prakash, Ph.D., of the Tuskegee University
  • David M. Smolin, J.D, of Cumberland School of Law
     

 



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