Professor Ikemoto Presents at UC Irvine, King Hall
Professor Lisa Ikemoto recently gave presentations at UC Davis and UC Irvine School of Law.
On February 8 Professor Ikemoto participated in a program sponsored by the UC Davis Rhetoric@Davis Research Cluster, taking part in a panel discussion of “CRISPR Ethics” at King Hall.
On February 10, she presented at a symposium on “Race of Races: Privilege, Exclusion and Inequality among People of Color in the Law,” at UC Irvine School of Law. Professor Ikemoto was part of a panel on “Critical Race Theory and the Master Narrative,” and presented “Traces of the Master Narrative: The Racialization and Repeal of Obamacare.”
Lisa Ikemoto, Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Law the UC Davis School of Law, has written extensively on genetic and reproductive technology, the regulation of fertility and pregnancy, and race and gender disparities in health care. Her current work examines emerging issues in regenerative medicine, including stem cell research, and the human tissues market.