Henry T. Greely is a professor of Law, and professor by courtesy of genetics, at Stanford University, where he directs its Center for Law and the Biosciences and Program in Neuroscience and Society. He is an expert on the ethical, legal, and social implications of advances in the biosciences. Greely lives in the Bay Area but grew up in Southern California.
Caveat Editor: Competing Takes on CRISPR
John Dupré considers four new books on the history and ethics of CRISPR by Kevin Davies, Eben Kirksey, Henry T. Greely, and Walter Isaacson....