Ethics and Research with Children: A Case-Based Approach

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Contributors

Jean Belasco, MD

Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics Division of Oncology Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Jessica Wilen Berg, JD

Associate Professor of Law and Bioethics Case Western Reserve University Schools of Law and Medicine

Myra Bluebond-Langner, PhD

Distinguished Professor of Anthropology Founding Director of the Center for Children and Childhood Studies Rutgers University

Jeffrey R. Botkin, MD, MPH

Professor of Pediatrics and Medical Ethics Primary Children's Medical Center University of Utah

Fabio Candotti, MD

Senior Investigator Genetics and Molecular Biology Branch National Human Genome Research Institute

Donna T. Chen, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Health Evaluation Sciences, Psychiatric Medicine, and Biomedical Ethics

University of Virginia Health System

Christopher Church, PhD

Professor of Philosophy and Religion Baptist College of Health Sciences

Susan E. Coffin, MD, MPH

Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Pediatrics Children's Hospital of Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Lauren K. Collogan

Program Officer, Center for Urban Bioethics The New York Academy of Medicine

Amy DeCicco

Research Project Coordinator Center for Children and Childhood Studies Rutgers University

Douglas S. Diekema, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medical History and Ethics

University of Washington School of Medicine

Rebecca Dresser, JD

Professor of Law and Humanities in Medicine Washington University

Michelle Eder, MA

Program Coordinator Department of Bioethics Cleveland Clinic Foundation and Doctoral Candidate, Department of Anthropology Case Western Reserve University Erin Flanagan-Klygis, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Rush Medical College Rush Children's Hospital

Alan R. Fleischman, MD

Senior Advisor, The New York Academy of Medicine Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, and Clinical Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Joel E. Frader, MD

Professor of Pediatrics/Professor of Medical Humanities and Bioethics Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University and Division Head, General Academic Pediatrics Children's Memorial Hospital

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