The Troubling History of Regulating Reproduction
Aaron D. Levine is an assistant professor in the School of Public Policy at Georgia Tech. His research explores the intersection between public policy, bioethics, and biomedical research and focuses on understanding how the policy environment infl uences the development of ethically contentious new technologies. He is the author of Cloning: A Beginner's Guide (Oneworld Publications, 2007), an introduction to the science of cloning and embryonic stem cells and the ethical and policy controversies this science inspires. He holds a PhD in public affairs from Princeton University and a master of philosophy from the University of Cambridge, where, as a Churchill Scholar, he studied computational biology and developed algorithms to help analyze the human genome sequence.
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