Based on a review of clinical HIV ‘cure’ research consent forms, Dr. Gail E. Henderson will describe key ethical dilemmas confronting investigators in study design and informed consent. Ms. Joann Kuruc and Dr. David Margolis will respond, from the perspectives of a clinical coordinator who recruits ‘cure’ trial participants and a physician/scientist who runs a network of ‘cure’ researchers and is a leader in field of HIV ‘cure’ research. This event will take place on Thursday, September 18 at 12pm at Brinkhous-Bullitt 219.
Gail E. Henderson, PhD
Professor and Chair, Department of Social Medicine
David Margolis , MD
Professor of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology
Professor of Epidemiology
Director, Program in Translational Clinical Research, IGHID
Joann Kuruc, MSN, RN
Research Associate, CARE
Clinical Coordinator, Center for Global Health and Infectious Disease
The UNC Center for Bioethics in collaboration with the NC Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute and the UNC Office of Research Ethics present this seminar as a part of the Research Ethics Grand Rounds series.