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Stephen R. Latham
Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics
Director, Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, Yale University (2011-present).
Deputy Director, 2008-2011. Senior Lecturer in Political Science and in Management.
Courses Taught: Yale College: Law & Bioethics; Bioethics, Politics & Economics; International and Comparative Bioethics; Guided Readings in Contemporary Health Policy. School of Management: Approaches to Ethics in Healthcare Institutions; Law for Managers. Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: Responsible Conduct of Research. Medical School: Classic Cases in Bioethics (non-credit seminar); Medical Professionalism (two guest lectures annually). Summer Institute in Bioethics: Law and Bioethics.
University Service: Global Health Studies Advisory Committee; Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight Committee; Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital Pediatric Ethics Committee
Ph.D. (Jurisprudence and Social Policy) 1996, University of California at Berkeley
J.D. c.l. 1985, Harvard Law School
A.B. m.c.l. (Social Studies) 1982, Harvard College
GRANTS, AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Support from Klingenstein Foundation for participation in Hastings Center grant on the ethics of
medical research with animals, 2011.
Support from Center for Humans and Nature for joint conference/publication projects on
“Resilience in Public Health” and on “Ecological Political Economy,” 2010, 2011
Distinguished Service Award, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, 2010.
Co-PI, Ethics of Nutritional Research on Human Subjects, PepsiCo, 2008-10.
Fellow, Edinburgh University, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, 2005-06
Healthcare Compliance Certification Board award for furthering compliance profession, 2005
Voted one of three “Commencement Hooding Professors” by Quinnipiac Law Students, 2003
Graduate Fellow, Harvard Center on Ethics and the Professions, 1991-92
Graduate teaching awards: Harvard Committee on Undergraduate Education, 1991-92;
U.C. Berkeley Legal Studies Dept., 1990-91.
Regents Fellow, University of California, 1988-89
PREVIOUS and ADDITIONAL POSITIONS
Professor of Law and Director, Center for Health Law & Policy (2003-2008)
Quinnipiac University School of Law. (Assoc. Prof., 2002-03; Ass’t. Prof., 1999-2002).
Co-founder, University Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program, 2005. Creator and director of JD health-law concentration, 2001-05. Director, LLM in Health Law, 2006-07.
Courses: Bioethics and Law; Lawyers’ Professional Responsibility; Healthcare Business Transactions; Healthcare Antitrust; Administrative Law; Symposium on the Supreme Court (co-taught); Judicial Clerkship Seminar (co-taught).
Visiting Assistant Professor in Ethics, Politics & Economics, Yale College (2002)
Seminar on classics of ethics, politics and economics
Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law (1998-99)
Health Law; Legal Ethics
Director of Ethics Standards, American Medical Association (1996-98)
(Co-founder, AMA Institute for Ethics; Secretary to AMA’s Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs, 1997-98)
Additional Courses Taught in Law, Ethics and Political Theory
2008: Yale School of Mgmt., Healthcare Executive MBA (Ethics in Healthcare)
2007: Yale College (Comparative Health Policy and Bioethics)
1999-2007: Yale School of Mgmt. (Business Ethics annually, Law for Managers twice)
2007: University of Chicago Law (Health Law, 2 semesters)
1996: U.C. Berkeley Law – Boalt Hall (Health Law, Legal Ethics)
1995: U.C. Berkeley Law – Boalt Hall (Legal Ethics)
1994: Brown University (Theories of Justice, Philosophy of Law)
1993: Brown University (Political Theory, Introduction to Ethics)
1992: Harvard Law (Legal Ethics); Brown University (Political Theory)
1991: U.C. Berkeley Law – Boalt Hall (Legal Ethics)
1990: John F. Kennedy School of Law (Health Law)
Part-time Associate Attorney in Health Law 1994-96
Latham & Watkins, San Francisco
(Earlier work with same group, then at McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, 1989-91)
Associate Attorney in Litigation and Health Law 1986-88
Choate, Hall & Stewart, Boston
Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals, Boston & New York 1985-86
Clerk to Hon. Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr., Senior District Judge then sitting by special designation in the 1st and 2nd Circuits.
PROFESSIONAL and PUBLIC SERVICE ACTIVITIES
Member, Medical Review Board, CT Department of Children and Families. 2011-present. Member for biomedical ethics of this state board which reviews matters concerning the medical care of children in the custody of DCF.
Member, CT Statewide Advisory Group on Biobanking. 2011-present. Advising state body on ethical, legal and social issues associated with proposed tissue bank.
Member, Working Group on Criminalization of HIV Transmission and Exposure, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS. 2010-present. Currently conducting research toward developing interdisciplinary proposals for external funding.
Member from Yale University, NIH Clinical and Translation Science Awards (“CTSA”) Key Function Committees on Clinical Research Ethics and on Regulatory Knowledge. 2010-present.
Eastern Region Co-Chair, Membership Committee, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. 2010-2011. Coordinated membership drive for this academic organization.
Member, Standards of Care Workgroup, CT Department of Public Health. 2008-2011. Assisted in writing/editing “Standards of Care: Providing Health Care During a Prolonged Public Health Emergency,” CT. Dept. of Public Health (Oct. 2010), a state whitepaper on adapting medical standards of care during prolonged public health emergencies such as pandemics; during public comment period on draft, gave presentations on whitepaper to public and professional groups.
Member, CT Stem Cell Research Advisory Committee. 2006-2010. Appointed by Governor to statutory committee responsible for developing and overseeing the state’s stem-cell research grants-in-aid program. Member, subcommittee on contracts; subcommittee on law and ethics; subcommittee on strategic planning. Chair, subcommittee on law and ethics, 2009-2010.
Director-at-Large, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. 2006-09.
Elected by membership. Member, task force charged with creating proposed Code of Ethics for clinical ethics consultation, 2007-08. Member, task force on publication, 2006-2009. ASBH liaison to Hastings Center Report, 2008-present. Member, standing committee on Clinical Ethics Consultation Affairs, 2009-2010. Editor, ASBH Reader, 2010-present. Distinguished Service Award, 2010.
Member, CT Dept. of Public Health Biobank Feasibility Expert Panel. 2007.
Drafted ethical, legal and social issues portion of a DPH proposal for a new state biobank to facilitate research on causes of premature birth.
Vice Chair, Interest Group on Medical Research, Biotechnology and Clinical Ethics 2002-04
Health Law Section, American Bar Association
Member, Human Investigations Committee (IRB) 2001-03, Yale Medical School
Member, Business and Professional Entity Forms Study Committee, Connecticut Law Revision Commission 2001. Studying which professions (or multidisciplinary combinations of professions) should be permitted to form “Professional Limited Liability Companies”
Bar Association Ethics Committees
Member, Ethics Committee of the State Bar of Connecticut, 2000-01
Member, Massachusetts Bar Association Ethics Committee, 1992-94
Encyclopedia of Bioethics (Macmillan Reference, 4th ed. 2012), Associate Editor
Coordinator of “Politics and Policy” column in Hastings Center Report, 2008-present
Cambridge Online Dictionary of Bioethics, Editorial Advisory Board
Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law and Ethics, Editorial Advisory Board
American Journal of Law and Medicine, Editorial Board
American Journal of Bioethics, Book Review Editor (2005-10), Editorial Board
American Journal of Bioethics; American Journal of Law and Medicine; American Society of Bioethics and the Humanities program committee; Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Cambridge University Press; Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics; JAMA; Journal of Clinical Ethics; Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis; Journal of General Internal Medicine; Journal of Health Policy, Politics and Law; Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics; Medscape General Medicine; Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine; Social Science & Medicine; University of Toronto Press; Wiley-Blackwell Press; WoltersKluwer Press; Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine; Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law and Ethics.
American Society for Bioethics and the Humanities
Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
American Philosophical Association
American Society for Law, Medicine and Ethics
Admitted to Practice in California and Massachusetts
Certified Mediator. Quinnipiac/UConn 40-hour joint mediation training program, 2006.
Board President, Eli Whitney Museum, Inc., New Haven, 2009-present.
Executive committee, 2007-present; board member, 2004-present.
Elder & Member of Session, First Presbyterian Church of New Haven, 2007-2010.
Board, Edgerton Park Conservancy, Inc., New Haven, 2004-2007
The American Medical Ethics Revolution, R. Baker, A. Caplan, L. Emanuel and S. Latham, eds. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999).
JOURNAL and LAW REVIEW ARTICLES
The “Real-Life” Death Panel, Reformed, 41 Hastings Center Report 1 (inside back cover) (Jan/Feb 2011).
Speaking Off-Label, 40 Hastings Center Report 6:9-10 (Nov/Dec 2010).
National Values, Institutions and Health Policies: What Do They Imply for Medicare Reform? (co-authored with T. Marmor and K. Okma), 12 J. of Comparative Policy Analysis
1-2:179-196 (Feb/Apr. 2010).
Living Wills and Alzheimer’s Disease. 23 Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal 4:425-31 (2010).
Law Between The Cultures: C. P. Snow’s The Two Cultures And The Problem Of Scientific Illiteracy In Law. 32 Technology in Society 1:31-4 (Jan 2010).
Too Few Physicians, or Too Many? 40 Hastings Center Report 1:13-14 (Jan/Feb 2010).
Between Public Opinion and Public Policy: Human Embryonic Stem-Cell Research and Path-Dependency. 37 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 4:800-06. (Winter 2009).
Ethics and “Caesarian Delivery on Maternal Demand” (co-authored with Errol Norwitz). 33 Seminars in Perinatology 6:405-9 (2009).
The Once and Future Debate on Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research. In B. Sorrels and S. Owens, symposium eds., IX Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law and Ethics (Summer Supplemental Issue, 2009).
Values, Institutions and Health Politics: Comparative Perspectives (co-authored with T. Marmor and K. Okma) 46 Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 383-405 (2006).
Expert Bioethics Testimony, 33 Journal of Law Medicine and Ethics 242-7 (2005) (symposium on bioethicists as expert witnesses, B. Spielman and B. Rich, eds.).
Ethics and the Marketing of Medical Services, 71 Mt. Sinai Journal of Medicine 4:243-50 (2004).
Pharmaceutical Costs: An Overview and Analysis of Legal and Policy Responses by the States, 24 Journal of Legal Medicine 2:141-73 (2003).
National Values, Institutions and Health Policies: What Do They Imply for Medicare Reform? / Quelles sont les implications des valeurs nationals, des institutions et des politiques de sante pour la reforme de l’assurance-sante? (co-authored with
T. Marmor and K. Okma), Discussion Study No. 5, Romanow Commission on the Future of Healthcare in Canada, 2002.
--Reprinted, Canadian-American Public Policy, No. 51 (Nov., 2002).
Medical Professionalism: A Parsonian View, 69 Mt. Sinai Journal of Medicine 6:363-69 (November, 2002).
System and Responsibility: Three Readings of the IOM Report on Medical Error, 27 American Journal of Law & Medicine 2 & 3:163-179 (2001).
(Anthologized by American Iatrogenic Association Library as one of six “Major Reports on Medical Error,” http://www.iatrogenic.org/library/mederrorlib3.html.)
Richard Epstein on Healthcare, 19 Quinnipiac Law Review 4:727-44 (2000) (symposium on the Works of Richard A. Epstein).
Medical Professionalism in Society (co-authored with M. Wynia, A. Kao, J. Berg and L. Emanuel), 341 New England Journal of Medicine 21:1612 (1999).
Financial Incentives in Managed Care: An Agenda for Specialists, 26 Clinics in Plastic Surgery 1:115-121. (January, 1999).
Aquinas and Morphine: Notes on Double Effect at the End of Life, I DePaul Journal of Health Care Law 3:625-44 (1997).
Crisis, Ethics and the American Medical Association; 1847 and 1997, (co-authored with R. Baker, A. Caplan and L. Emanuel), 278 JAMA 2:163 (July 9, 1997).
Regulation of Managed Care Incentive Payments to Physicians, XXII American Journal of Law and Medicine 4:399-432 (1996).
Private Bar Involvement in the Development of Pro Bono Legal Services: The Massachusetts Experience, (co-authored with Thomas Maffei), 73 Mass. L. Rev. 4, 153-158 (December 1988).
Do We Need a Theory of Global Health Ethics?, forthcoming in J. Coggon and S. Gola, eds., Global Health, Global Goods, and International Community (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2012).
Thinking about Ethical Issues: Encounters with the Law, forthcoming in D.M. Hester and T. Schonfeld, eds., Guidance for Healthcare Ethics Committees (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011).
Justice Of and In the Financing of Healthcare, forthcoming in R. Rhodes, M. Battin and A. Silvers, eds., Health Care and Social Justice: Essays on the Distribution of Health Care (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2d. ed. 2011).
Regulation and Quasi-Regulation in American Medicine, 1607-2000, (co-authored with J. Mohr), in R. Baker and L. McCullough, eds., The Cambridge World History of Bioethics (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009).
Obligations and Accountability in Public Health: State and Non-State Actors in
B. Page and D. Valone, eds., Philanthropic Foundations and the Globalization of Scientific Medicine and Public Health, 165-75 (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2007).
Justice and the Financing of Health Care in R. Rhodes, L. Francis and A. Silvers, eds., The Blackwell Guide to Medical Ethics, 341-53 (Blackwell Publishers, Blackwell Philosophy Guide Series, 2006).
Conflicts of Interest in the Practice of Medicine, in M. Davis and A. Stark, eds., Conflicts of Interest and the Professions, 279-301 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001).
Who Needs Physicians’ Professional Ethics? (co-authored with L. Emanuel) in Baker, Caplan, Emanuel & Latham, eds., The American Medical Ethics Revolution, 192-203 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999).
Technology-Induced Ethical Problems, in Roderick W. Gilkey, ed., and the Center for Healthcare Leadership, Emory University School of Medicine, The 21st Century Health Care Leader, 250-57. (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Inc., 1998.)
CASE COMMENTARIES, REVIEWS AND OTHER SHORT PUBLICATIONS
Mark Rodwin, Conflicts of Interest and the Future of Medicine: The United States, France, and Japan (book review) forthcoming in American Journal of Bioethics (2011).
Process, Privacy and PR (web-based IRB case commentary) for Donaghue Foundation Grant on IRB Cases, Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center on Bioethics, spring 2010; available at http://www.yale.edu/bioethics/research_irbcases.shtml.
The New NIH Funding Guidelines for Stem-Cell Research. (legal issues column) 17 Lahey Clinic Journal of Medical Ethics 1:4-7 (Winter 2010).
“Multiplicity” and Reproductive Cloning (film commentary) in H. Colt, S. Quadrelli and L. Friedman, eds., The Picture of Health: Medical Ethics and the Movies (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 358-61.
Marketing to Patients (case commentary) in J. Spandorfer, C. Pohl, S. Rattner & T. Nasca, eds., Professionalism in Medicine: The Case-Based Guide for Medical Students. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009).
NIH Guidelines on Stem Cell Research: A Work in Progress? (Online commentary). Hastings Center’s Bioethics Forum, 5/13/2009. Available at http://www.thehastingscenter.org/Bioethicsforum/Post.aspx?id=3410.
Recusal Without “Conflict of Interest” (web-based IRB case commentary) for Donaghue Foundation Grant on IRB Cases, Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center on Bioethics, winter 2009; available at http://www.yale.edu/bioethics/research_irbcases.shtml.
Publishing Without Perishing. Editor, with Alison Jost, for the third edition of this manual for graduate students wishing to publish in bioethics (Amer. Soc. for Bioethics and the Humanities, 3rd ed. 2009) Short contributed chapters: “Introduction: Reasons for Writing” and “Publishing in Law Reviews.” Available at http://www.asbh.org/publications/pdfs/pubperish.pdf.
The Octuplets: An Insurance Story. (Online commentary). Hastings Center’s Bioethics Forum, 2/13/2009. Available at http://www.thehastingscenter.org/Bioethicsforum/Post.aspx?id=3200.
Wesley Smith, Secondhand Smoke (review), 9 American Journal of Bioethics 2, 65-66 (February, 2009).
Encyclopedia Entries on Classical Political Economy, Price Fixing, Consumer and Producer Surplus, Marginal Revenue, and Sunset Laws, in Encyclopedia of Business Ethics and Society, ed. R. Kolb (London: SAGE Publications, 2008) (This encyclopedia was named by Choice as one of the “outstanding academic titles” of 2008.)
Feasibility Study for a Statewide Biobank to Study Preterm Births and Birth Defects. Report to the Commissioner of the CT Dept. of Public Health, jointly authored by the Biobank Feasibility Expert Panel (S. Latham, member) (2007).
Kant Condemned All Suicide (open peer commentary), 7 American Journal of Bioethics 6, 49-51 (June, 2007).
Robert Veatch’s Disrupted Dialogue (review), 7 American Journal of Bioethics 2, 95-97 (February 2007).
Some Limits of Decision Theory in Bioethics: Rights, Ends, Thick Concepts (open peer commentary), 6 American Journal of Bioethics 3, 56-58 (July, 2006).
Leigh Hafrey, The Story of Success: Five Steps to Mastering Ethics in Business (review), 3 Journal of Business Ethics Education (2006).
The (Low) Life of Ethics Codes (open peer commentary), 5 American Journal of Bioethics 5, 46-48 (September, 2005).
ADR for Health Care Organizations, (co-authored with H. Mazadoorian), ABA Dispute Resolution Magazine (Fall 2004).
Ethics and Politics (open peer commentary), 2 American Journal of Bioethics 1, 46-47 (Winter 2002).
The Legal Brief: When Ethics Consultants Should Call the Lawyers, ASBH Exchange, newsletter of American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Spring 2001.
Medical Ethics (panel discussion transcript), (with A. Gertel, R. Mosely and
M. Somerville), 13 American Medical Writers Association Journal 3:21-34 (September, 1998).
Code of Medical Ethics: Current Opinions with Annotations, 1998-99, AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (S. Latham, Staff Co-Editor/Co-Author)
Reports on End-of Life Care, AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (S. Latham, Staff Co-Editor/Co-Author, 1998).
Reports on Managed Care, AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (S. Latham, Staff Co-Editor/Co-Author, 1998).
Sale of Non-Health-Related Goods in Physicians’ Offices, AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (S. Latham, Staff Author) 280 JAMA 6:563 (August 12, 1998).
Covenants Not to Compete Are Unethical for Physicians in Training, AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (S. Latham, Staff Author), 278 JAMA 7:530an (August 20, 1997).
The Clone Age (panel discussion transcript), (with L. Andrews, A. Charo, M. Garfinkle and M. Rothstein), 83 American Bar Association Journal 68-72 (July 1997).
SELECTED TALKS (SINCE 2005)
A Comparative Look at Immigrants’ Access to Health Services. Yale-MacMillan PIER Council on European Studies Summer Institute, 07/6/11.
Slippery Slope Arguments in Bioethics David C. Thomasma International Bioethics Retreat. Cambridge University, UK. 6/20/11.
Cosmopolitanism and Global Ethics. Conference on Global Health, Global Goods and International Community. University of Manchester, UK. 6/2/11.
Complicity and Federal Funding of Stem-Cell Research. University of Illinois School of Medicine, Chicago, IL. 10/27/10
Complicity from Nazis to Stem Cells. American Soc. for Bioethics and Humanities, San Diego, CA. 10/22/10.
Present Benefit from Past Wrongs: the Harvard Stem Cell Lines. David C. Thomasma International Bioethics Retreat, Institute d'Études Politiques de Paris. 6/22/10.
Current Issues in Bioethics. Dr. Earl Baker Grand Rounds in Humanism and Bioethics, Griffin Hospital, Derby, CT. 6/17/10.
Current Controversies in Stem Cell Research Funding. Connecticut Stem Cell Research Retreat, New Haven, CT. 5/17/10.
Ethics in the Pharmaceutical Industry. Biotech Industry Organization, Chicago. 5/6/10.
Teaching Law to Bioethicists. Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education, Cambridge University Press Offices, New York. 4/7/10.
Complicity in Past Wrongdoing. UPenn Center for Bioethics Colloquium Series. 4/6/10.
Stem Cell Research in the Obama Era. Wesleyan University. 1/29/10.
Health Reform in the US and China. Yale-China Association. 1/14/10.
What You Need to Know About End-of-Life Planning. Fleck Lecture, Unitarian Universalist Meeting House of Chatham, MA. 10/26/09.
Advanced Directives and Alzheimer’s Care. Connecticut Bar Foundation Bioethics and Law Symposium. 10/02/09.
The Ethics of Medical Futility. Milwaukee Academy of Medicine. 9/15/09.
Comparative Stem Cell Regulation: National Values and Regulatory Policies. Bioethics Summer Retreat, Rocky Gap, MD. 6/26/09.
Ethics, Politics and Medical Research: The Case of Stem Cells. James Brody Ethics and Humanism in Medicine Symposium, Jersey Shore University Medical Center. 04/07/09.
Maternal/Fetal Conflict. Yale Pediatric Ethics Program. 03/09/09.
Author Meets Critics: James D. Wallace’s Norms and Practices. Association for Practical and Professional Ethics annual meeting, Cincinnati, OH. 03/06/09.
Comparative Health Policy: National Values and the Regulation of Stem Cell Research. American Association of Law Schools annual meeting, San Diego, CA. 01/09/09.
Law Between the Two Cultures. Seminar Series on Science, Ethics and Society: Celebrating the Legacy of CP Snow’s The Two Cultures, 50 Years Later. Weil Cornell Medical School. 11/06/08.
The Ethics of Human Subjects Experimentation, 40 Years after the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Conference. American Soc. for Bioethics and Humanities. 10/25/08.
The Beaumont Lecture: Puritan Medical Ethics. The Beaumont Medical Club of Yale School of Medicine. 9/19/08.
Expertise and Authority in Ethics Consultation. Bioethics Summer Retreat, Sonoma, CA. 06/20/08.
State Stem Cell Initiatives. American Society for Law, Medicine and Ethics, Health Law Professors Conference, Drexel University. 06/08/08
Ethical, Legal and Social Issues Relating to Tissue Banking. CT Dept. of Public Health Symposium, Cromwell, CT. 05/24/08
Regulating Research on Human Subjects. Yale University School of Medicine’s State CHEST Conference. 03/19/08.
A Code of Ethics for Ethics Consultation. Workshop co-presenter, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Annual Mtg., 10/19/07.
Cotton Mather’s Medical Ethics. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Annual Mtg., 10/20/07.
Physicians and Lethal Injection. American Society for Law, Medicine and Ethics, Health Law Professors Conference, Boston University. 06/01/07.
Physicians and Lethal Injection. Hartford County Medical Society. 10/22/07.
Bioethics and Federalism. Bioethics Summer Retreat, Lake Tahoe, NV. 6/23/06.
Stem Cells and Ethics. The Square Club, Queen Margaret’s University College, Edinburgh. 4/04/06.
Religious and Medical Authority in Puritan New England, “Enlightenment Workshop,” Inst. for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Edinburgh Univ.,10/11/05.
Whose Bioethics Are Conservative? Bioethics Summer Retreat, Asilomar, CA, 6/23/05.
Codification and Professionalization, Conference on “The Ethics of Bioethics,” joint conference of Albany Medical College, Union College, American Soc. for Bioethics and Humanities, 4/9/05.
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