In the News June 2014
--Politics in your DNA
This piece discusses how chimerism and genetic mosaicism complicate the "personhood movement." Hank Greely, with the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, provides comment.
All Tech Considered (NPR.org), 06/23/14
--Using a 3D version of Rodin's hands to understand anatomy
Experts in medicine and art collaborated on a unique Stanford exhibit that explains the anatomy behind hand sculptures by Auguste Rodin. Inside Rodin's Hands: Art, Technology and Surgery runs through Aug. 3 at the Cantor Arts Center. James Chang, professor and chief of plastic and reconstructive surgery; Chris Crowe, a medical student who works in Chang's lab; and Matt Hasel, the project manager at the division of anatomy, are quoted in this piece.