Religion and Genomics: "Mapping Religion in the Clinic: Patients, Genomics, and Religious Pathways-Part 2"
Bliton, Mark J., 1957-
Jackson, Timothy P. (Timothy Patrick)
Lustig, B. Andrew
What role does religion play in the exploration of genetic engineering and testing as it relates to disease in the clinical setting? The Center for the Study of Religion and Culture at Vanderbilt, along with graduate students and faculty from both Vanderbilt and Meharry Universities have been working together to understand what religion's role is and how it affects an individual's response to genetic information. In this podcast B. Andrew Lustig, Mark J. Bliton and Timothy P. Jackson give their individual perspectives on this timely issue.