SYMPHONY: Orchestrating personalised treatment for patients with bleeding disorders
Closing date: 15 July, 2020
This PhD candidate in the Ethics Work Program of the SYMPHONY project will be investigating in an empirical-ethical study whether gene therapy and other innovative treatments should be offered to patients with severe haemophilia and if so, under what ethical conditions. The candidate will be appointed at the Medical Humanities department, at the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care at UMC Utrecht. The candidate supervisors are Prof. Annelien Bredenoord and Dr. Rieke van der Graaf. Also, Prof. Karina Meijer from the Hematology department of the UMC in Groningen.
Find further details, including the research project description on the UMC Utrecht website.