Education & Outreach

Our members are committed to educating broad, inclusive audiences around the world.

Laplane, Lucie

2021 (March) “Stem cells: Between Philosophy and Biology,” Les jeudis de l’histoire et de la philosophie des sciences, ENS, Paris. 

2021 (Jan) “Introduction to philosophy of stem cells,” teaching for the Stem Cells and Gene Therapy module of the M1 Magister of Genetic at University de Paris.

2020 (Nov) “Cancer: Cellules souches et cellules d’origine,” teaching for the UE Oncogenesis and cancer progression, M2 of Oncology, Gustave Roussy.

2020 (Nov) “‘Stemness complexity,’” Teaching for the Epistemology module of Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris.

2020 (Nov) “Philosophy in stem cell biology,” teaching for the “stem cell” module of M2 of Biology and Cell Development, Cochin, Paris.

2020 (Nov)  “Philosophy of/in stem cell biology,” teaching for the “Philosophy and Ethics of Science” module of the EUR-IMCBio Strasbourg.

2020 (March – May) “Philosophy of Cancer” module in the M2 of Philosophy of Science, University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris.

2020 (March) “‘Les dessous de l’évolution clonale,’” teaching in the “Medicine and Evolution” module of the Medicine-Science cursus, University of Bordeaux.

2020 (Jan) “Philosophy of/in stem cell biology,” Magister genetic, stem cells and gene therapy, University Paris 7, France

2019 (Nov) “Philosophy of/in Stem Cell Biology,” EUR IMCBio, Strasbourg, France

2019 (Nov) “Introduction to Philosophy of Stem Cell Biology,” Master 2 BDC, UE “stem cell,” University of Paris, France

2019 (Dec) “The mystery of the stem cell identity,” Master 2 Molecular and Cellular Biology, UE “Stem cell and development,” University of Paris 6, France

2019 (Feb) “Philosophy of/in stem cell biology,” Dev Con Club, Strasbourg, France

2019 (Feb) “Stemness and cancer,” International Master 1 in Epigenetic, Université de Paris 7, France

MacCord, Kate

2020 (March) (invited speaker) MBL Secondary Education Program. “The Marine Biological Laboratory: A Brief History of MBL & Breakthroughs.” Woods Hole, MA.

2020 (Jan) (invited speaker) “A Crucial Flaw in the Genome Editing Debate: The Germline/Soma Distinction,” Bioethics Breakfast Club, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

2019 (Dec) (invited faculty) “The Marine Biological Laboratory: A Brief History of MBL & Breakthroughs,” MBL Secondary Education Program,” Woods Hole, MA

2019 (Nov) (invited instructor) “Conceptualizing Development,” EUR IMCBio, Strasbourg, France

2019 (Jun) (invited speaker) “Germline Regeneration in Metazoans,” Invite a Scientist to Lunch, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA

2019 (Mar) (invited faculty) “History & Philosophy of Embryology,” MBL Secondary Education Program, Woods Hole, MA

Maxson Jones, Kathryn

2020 (Feb) (invited speaker) “The Bermuda Triangle: The Pragmatics, Policies, and Principles for Data Sharing in the History of the Human Genome Project,” part of public education session, “Bermuda Principles: History & Beyond,” Bermuda Principles Foundation Fund 4th Annual Conference, Hamilton, Bermuda (not on regeneration, but fits with McDonnell Initiative mission of collaborations between HPS and scientists)

2019 (Mar) (invited faculty) “The Marine Biological Laboratory: A Pictorial History of MBL & Breakthroughs,” MBL Secondary Education Program, Woods Hole, MA