GES Home
Think and Do The Extraordinary
Support the GES Center
Think and Do The Extraordinary
Support the GES Center

Click here to submit an event to share with the GES Community.

Loading Events

« All Events

Virtual Event
  • This event has passed.

PreMiEr SEI Journal Club

May 10 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT

Virtual Event
Illustration of office setting overlaid with microbes. Logo - PreMiEr Precision Microbiome Engineering

PreMiEr Social and Ethical Implications of Microbiome Engineering Journal Club

Wed., May 10 | 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET

Topic: Cell-cultured meat: Lessons from GMO adoption and resistance

Facilitator: Ivory Blakley, research specialist at UNC-Charlotte

Zoom link: See the PreMiEr weekly newsletter or contact Sharon Stauffer at

Article: Mohorčich J, Reese J. Cell-cultured meat: Lessons from GMO adoption and resistance. Appetite. 2019 Dec 1;143:104408. doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2019.104408. PDF

The purpose of the PreMiEr SEI Journal Club is to build a community that is exposed to and thinking about the societal implications of microbiome engineering, so that we can begin to think about ways to integrate these aspects into the technology development. Another purpose—to get to know each other better as colleagues in PreMiEr!

All PreMiEr affiliated faculty, students and staff are welcome to attend. We will start with introductions and an informal 5-10 minute presentation of the article. We will then have an open discussion about how the societal and ethical aspects of the article may relate to PreMiEr’s natural science or engineering research, work, or scholarship.

Minimal to no preparation is needed.

If you’d like a Google calendar invitation, please contact Sharon Stauffer, GES and PreMiEr SEI project manager at However, if you prefer to mark your own calendar, or show up spur of the moment, no RSVP is needed.

PreMiEr SEI Core Homepage >


May 10
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Event Category:
Event Tags:


GES Center
View Organizer Website

Comments are closed.