Several trainees are leaving a lab group ran by someone who is thought to be aggressive with too high of expectations for scientific research

Several trainees are leaving a lab group ran by someone who is thought to be aggressive with too high of expectations for scientific research

Macrina Case Studies

Case study 10.1 pages 351-352

In this case, several trainees are leaving a lab group ran by someone who is thought to be aggressive with too high of expectations for scientific research. A faculty member of the university comes to you with concerns over the integrity of the results but does not wish to confirm misconduct has occurred in the lab (Macrina, 2011). I believe that making an unannounced visit to the lab to observe what the faculty member is concerned about is the first step. Also, maybe ask to interview the trainees that left to find out why. Based on these observations and finding out more information, it would direct a better decision on how to handle this case. Proverbs 10:9 states “whoever walks in integrity walks securely, but he who makes his ways crooked will be found out” (Gideons, 2012).

Case study 10.3

A man is preparing for his first publication and asks a colleague to review over this, in which she finds he has falsified information because he is worried others may steal his unique findings. The faculty reviewing over the material encourages him to withhold the novel information and only place expected data (Macrina, 2011). I think in both viewpoints there is deception. Both interfere with evidence: one via secrecy and not provided all details and the other through withholding information completely. If possible, the paper should be postponed for the 6-8 months until he has more information regarding the novel findings, so all the data can be presented accurately. “Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of such things God’s wrath comes on those who are disobedient” seen in Ephesians 5:6 (Gideons, 2012).

Wagner chapter 4 questions

Question 1

I agree with Dr. Samuel D. Hensley regarding fetal genetic testing. I do not believe it should be used for unborn children.

Question 2

Genetic testing in the work place I think the risks outweigh the benefits. I think it should be between health care providers and the individual if the individual wants this: not through the employer. The local health care system where I live does genetic testing on their employees, if they would like it done and it seems to cause more issues than good. I also do not think insurance providers should know about genetics, either. How the person lives their life should be revealed, but the person cannot change their genetics. I don’t think immigrants should be genetically tested either. I do support, communicable disease testing though.  

Is genetic testing ethical and how does this relate to specifically to neo-eugenics?

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