Heritable Human Genome Editing? It May Never Be Safe Impact Ethics | Dec 4, 2020
Are we mapping a path to CRISPR babies? The Hill | Sep 13, 2020 (with Marcy Darnovsky)
Heritable Human Genome Editing Is Not Inevitable Project Syndicate | Mar 17, 2020 (with Donna Dickenson and Marcy Darnovsky)
We don't need more reasons to reject heritable genome modification The Hill | Jun 10, 2019
Gene-edited babies: no one has the moral warrant to go it alone The Guardian | Nov 27, 2018 (with Marcy Darnovsky)
The Evolving State of Human Germline Editing GeneWatch | Aug 6, 2018
Reproductive gene editing imperils universal human rights OpenGlobalRights | Feb 15, 2018 (with Leah Lowthorp and Marcy Darnovsky)
Designer DNA Isn’t Just for ‘Designer Babies’ Zócalo Public Square | Jan 17, 2018
Biopolitical Times blog posts
Reckoning (or Not) with Racism and Eugenics in Genetics | Jun 18, 2020
CRISPR Babies – One Year Later | Dec 2, 2019 (with Adrienne van der Valk)
Rigorous Pathway or Runaway Train? | Aug 15, 2019
Gattaca at 20: Looking Back, Looking Ahead… | Apr 2, 2018
What Just Happened? Looking Back at 2017’s Human Germline Editing Developments | Jan 10, 2018 (with Leah Lowthorp)
Editing Human Embryos for Research: Do Intentions Matter? | Sep 29, 2017
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