John C. Burnham Lecture in the History of Medicine and Science: To Test or Not To Test: Tools, Rules, and Corporate Data in U.S. Chemicals Regulation
Join the Department of History for the 2021 Burnham Lecture, "To Test or Not To Test: Tools, Rules, and Corporate Data in U.S. Chemicals Regulation". Professor Angela Creager discusses the development and uses of genetic toxicology in chemicals regulation.
Angela N. H. Creager | Thomas M. Siebel Professor in the History of Science, Princeton University
The John C. Burnham Lecture Series in the History of Medicine/Science was established in 2000 with gifts from Professor Burnham’s wife, Marjorie Burnham. The Department of History and the Medical Heritage Center of the Prior Health Services Library jointly sponsor the annual lecture.
This event will be presented simultaneously in person and virtually. The lecture will occur in the Grand Lounge of The Faculty Club, 181 Oval Drive South, Columbus, OH 43202.
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