9th Annual Biomarkers Congress

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1. Ethical and policy issues in genetic testing of children and adolescents Grand Rounds, Morristown, New Jersey March, 2010
2. Hemoglobinopathies: Provider Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, Division of Blood Disorders, the Health Resources and Services Administration, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, and the American Society of Hematology. March, 2010
3. Ethical and policy issues in genetic testing of children and adolescents Summit, New Jersey March, 2010
4. What the Medical Excuse teaches us about the Donor as Patient 13th annual Transplantation Research Day. University of British Columbia and BC Transplant. December, 2009
5. Transplant Ethics Forum 2009 How different conceptions of risk are used in the organ market debate December, 2009
6. History and Bioethics University of Wisconsin Department of Medical History and Bioethics November, 2009
7. Ethical Issues in Elective Transplantation University of Wisconsin Hospital Ethics Committee November, 2009
8. How Would a Rational Parent Make Health Care Decisions? 21st Annual MacLean Conference November, 2009
9. Newborn Screening (NBS): Ethical and Policy Issues raised by Case Studies from Around the World Pediatric Grand Rounds, Loyola University October, 2009
10. Ethical and Policy Issues in Genetic Testing and Screening of Children University of 360 Degrees of Human Subjects Protections in Collaborative Community Engagement Research October, 2009
11. Human Subjects Protections: What you need to know, even if you were afraid to ask! Part of a Session entitled: Defining Community and Ensuring Protections August, 2009
12. Ethical Issues in Adolescent Health Care. The Adolescent s Role in End of Life Decision Making: Ethics versus Policy. Current Controversies July, 2009
13. Adolescent Participation in Research: Issues of Consent and Payment Current Controversies July, 2009
14. Overview of Clinical Ethics University of Chicago Nursing Professional Practice and Research, June, 2009
15. Human Subjects Protections and the Ethical Conduct of Pediatric Research Academic Pediatric Clinical Research and Implementation of the NIH Roadmap CTSA Program May, 2009
16. Issues in Ethics and Professionalism Experienced by Housestaff: A Case Based Approach Pediatric Residents, APA Special Interest Group May, 2009
17. How to Approach Ethical Dilemmas and Professionalism Issues in Clinical Care: A Case-Based Primer Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting May, 2009
18. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting Ethical Challenges in Pediatric Biobanks: Balancing Risks and Benefits May, 2009
19. Should Bone Marrow Transplant be Mandated after Newborn Screening Diagnoses a Treatable Condition? Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting May, 2009
20. Ethical and Policy Questions Raised by Genetic Testing of Children and Adolescents for Carrier Status Identification and Adult-onset Conditions Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. May, 2009
21. Predictive Genetic Testing and Carrier Detection of Children and Adolescents. Predictive Genetic Testing and Carrier Detection of Children and Adolescents May, 2009
22. Newborn Screening Expansion in Illinois: Understanding of Key Stakeholders Presentation for the Illinois Region 4 Genetics Collaborative Stakeholders Meeting April, 2009
23. Panel 1: Identifying vaccine safety concerns Institute of Medicine, Committee on Review of Priorities in the National Vaccine Plan. April, 2009
24. Panel 2: Studying vaccine safety Institute of Medicine, Committee on Review of Priorities in the National Vaccine Plan. April, 2009
25. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Early Detection of Neuromuscular Diseases Conference March, 2009
26. Ethics Forum The Disclosure Dilemma Canadian Society of Transplantation, Societe Canadienne de Transplantation March, 2009
27. Medical Genetics: Translating Genes into Health In: American College of Medical Genetics Meeting March, 2009
28. Genetics Ethical, Legal and Social Issues A Family Affair 23rd Annual Conference March, 2009
29. Genetic testing and screening in pediatrics: What are the limits?  And who defines the limits? The 2nd Patricia Price Browne Prize in Biomedical Ethics March, 2009
30. Ethical Issues in Pediatric Clinical Research Yale Pediatric Ethics Program February, 2009
31. Johns Hopkins University, the 27th David Barap Brin Lecture in Medical Ethics Children in Medical Research: Access versus Protection February, 2009
32. The ethical limits of expanding the living donor pool Yale Center for Clinical Investigation Scholars (YCCI), February, 2009
33. Ethical issues in Genetic Testing and Screening Yale University Department of Pediatrics February, 2009
34. Pediatric Ethics: A Case Based Approach Herman and Walter Samuelson Childrens Hospital at Sinai Hospital February, 2009
35. A Case Presentation by the 27th David Barap Brin Lecturer in Medical Ethics Johns Hopkins University Oncology Grand Rounds February, 2009
36. Saving Lives is More Important that Abstract Moral Concerns: Financial incentives should be used to increase organ donation 45th Annual Meeting of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons January, 2009
37. Children as Living Donors 12th annual Transplantation Research Day. December, 2008
38. Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis for BRCA1/2: Are we there yet? Should we be there? The 2nd Scientific Conference on Familial Aspects of Breast Cancer December, 2008
39. First Person Consent and the Role of Families in Deceased Organ Transplantation Transplant Ethics Forum 2008. December, 2008
40. Ethical Issues in Pediatrics: Refusal of Treatment by Parents or Children in Pediatrics Northeast Iowa Fall Ethics Committee October, 2008
41. Genetic Testing and Screening of Children Northeast Iowa Fall Ethics Committee October, 2008
42. National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Department of Bioethics Part of the Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Clinical Research Series October, 2008
43. Future Tense American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, 10th Annual Meeting October, 2008
44. The Limits of Therapeutic and Non-Therapeutic Interventions for Children with Neurologic Impairment University of California at Davis Department of Pediatrics. September, 2008
45. Expanding Newborn Screening:  Case Studies from around the World Liberty and Coercion in Public Health Seminar Series September, 2008
46. Refusals in Pediatrics Medical Center Hour September, 2008
47. An Ethical Roadmap to Translational Research University of California at Davis Department of Internal Medicine September, 2008
48. Do Parents Know Best?  Responding to Parental Refusals of Medical Care for Children University of California University-wide Lecture September, 2008
49. Ethical Issues Raised by the Participation of Children in Genetic Research Centers for Disease Control and Prevention August, 2008
50. Ethical Issues in Fragile X Screening and Testing throughout the Lifespan Centers for Disease Control and Prevention August, 2008
51. Predictive Genetic Testing and Carrier Detection of Children and Adolescents Pediatric Bioethics Conference: Predicting Our Future: Genetic Testing in Children and Their Families July, 2008
52. Genetic Testing in Children and Their Families Pediatric Bioethics Conference July, 2008
53. Panelist regarding disclosures within families Pediatric Bioethics Conference July, 2008
54. Pre-adoption and Pre-implantation Genetic Testing:  In whose interest?” Pediatric Bioethics Conference: Predicting Our Future: Genetic Testing in Children and Their Families July, 2008
55. Contested Commodities: Reframing the Debate on Financial Incentives in the Supply of Genetic Materials. University of Chicago Law School April, 2008
56. Regulated Markets, Black Markets and Transplant Tourism are Immoral American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS), April, 2008
57. Ethical issues in Living Donor Transplantation Surgical Ethics Faculty-Fellow Seminar Series at the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics April, 2008
58. Ethical Controversies in Neurologic Practice American Academy of Neurology 60th Annual Meeting April, 2008
59. Break-Out Session: Legal and Ethical Dilemmas in Sports: A Practical Roundtable. 7th Annual Current Concepts in Primary Care Sports Medicine April, 2008
60. University of Washington Treuman Katz Center for Bioethics Genetic testing and screening in pediatrics: What are the limits? And who defines the limits? February, 2008
61. An Ethical Roadmap to Translational Research. Center for Bioethics at Stanford University. February, 2008
62. Sconyers/Godfrey Ethics Grand Rounds. When should adolescents be permitted to refuse live-saving treatments? University of Washington Seattle Children s Hospital. February, 2008
63. Screening for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy: Whats the Best Age? American College of Medical Genetics 15th Annual Meeting February, 2008
64. The Limits of Therapeutic and Non-Therapeutic Interventions for Children with Neurologic Impairment. University of Chicago Department of Pediatrics December, 2007
65. An Ethical Roadmap to Translational Research 11th Annual Transplantation Research Day sponsored by the British Columbia Research Institute. December, 2007
66. Ethical Issues in Genetic Research: Biobanks as a Case Study Rush University office of Research Integrity and Regulatory Affairs December, 2007
67. Markets are not an ethical solution to the Organ Shortage American Society of Nephrology 40th Annual Meeting & Scientific Exposition November, 2007
68. Ethical and Policy issues in Translational Research University of Chicago Department of Pediatrics November, 2007
69. A Collaborative Discussion 57th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics. October, 2007
70. Parents as Living Donors for their Children: Who Decides the Permissible Degree of Risks? Current Controversies: Navigating Conflicts When Parents and Providers Disagree about Medical Care, Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics July, 2007
71. Refusals in Pediatrics Current Controversies: Navigating Conflicts When Parents and Providers Disagree about Medical Care, Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics July, 2007
72. Paradigms in Genetic Biomarker Analysis and Integration Panelist for the 2007 Chicago Core on Biomarkers in Population Based Aging Research [CCBAR June, 2007
73. The Price of Life: Organs in the Marketplace Panelist for the National Kidney Foundation, Illinois Chapter. June, 2007
74. Pediatric Research Ethics consultation: Would this Research be Approved at YOUR Institution? Pediatric Academic Societies 2007 Annual Meeting. May, 2007
75. Ethics Consultation: Panacea or Pandoras Box? University of Chicago, National Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week 2007 May, 2007
76. Ethics Consultation: Panacea or Pandoras Box? Bioethics Noon Speaker, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. May, 2007
77. An Ethical Roadmap to Translational Research Experimental Biology and Medicine Conference Symposium of the American Physiology Society (APS) Public Affairs Committee April, 2007
78. The intersection of medicine and philosophy at the individual and institutional level 3rd Annual Meeting of the American Physician Scientist Association (APSA). April, 2007
79. Refusals in Pediatrics La Rabidas 11th Annual Perspectives in Care Symposium: Poverty and its Impact on Families and Child Health April, 2007
80. The Ethics of Paired Exchanges and Thematic Variations. Initiating a European Platform: Organ Transplantation: Ethical, Legal and Psychological Aspects. Panel: Legal Systems for Organ Donation and Allocation April, 2007
81. Minors as Living Organ Donors Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Ethics Committee April, 2007
82. Refusals in Pediatrics Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth April, 2007
83. Career Panel. Social Sciences and Medical Humanities MD PhD Conference, Rethinking Health, Culture, and Society: Physician-Scholars in the Social Sciences and Medical Humanities. April, 2007
84. Protecting Patients in Live Donor Small Bowel Transplants Panelist, Living Donor Transplant Surgery March, 2007
85. Controversies in Research Ethics University of Chicago MacLean Center Faculty Interdisciplinary Seminar January, 2007
86. Teaching Clinical Ethics to Pediatric Residents Pediatric Academic Societies 2007 Annual Meeting. January, 2007
87. The Chicago Lying-In Pregnancy Program (CLIPP): A Foray into Biobanking (with Carole Ober, PhD and Alon Neidich), Signing a Blank Check? Consenting to Enrollment in a Biobank. University of Chicago Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology January, 2007
88. Children in Medical Research: Access versus Protection Shriner s Children s Hospital December, 2006
89. Refusals in Pediatrics Meal Children s Hospital November, 2006
90. Olivia Story Montreal Children s Hospital Ethics Day Conference November, 2006
91. Can Parents Ethically Sign a Blank Check? Consent to a Child s Enrollment into a Pediatric Biobank Ethical Issues in Pediatric Biobanks for the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH). October, 2006
92. Organ Donors Wanted: Dead? Alive? Minors? Siblings? For Sale? American Academy of Pediatrics, Sections of Critical Care Medicine and Bioethics October, 2006
93. Refusals in Pediatrics University of Chicago 75th Anniversary Party. October, 2006
94. The Rotavirus Vaccine Saga: When are Double Standards Justified? University of Chicago Department of Pediatrics. July, 2006
95. Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics, Ethical Issues Related to Vaccination of Children. The Rotavirus Vaccine Saga: When Are Double Standards Justified? July, 2006
96. The Ethics of Enrolling Children into Diabetes Clinical Trials American Diabetes Association, 66th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions June, 2006
97. The Meaning of Carrier Determination in Newborn Screening Programs: Lessons from US Sickle Cell and Cystic Fibrosis Screening Programs 4th International DNA Sampling Conference June, 2006
98. Ethical Issues in Hemophilia. XXVII International Congress of the World Federation of Hemophilia May, 2006
99. Should All Newborns be Screened for HIV? Bioethics Interest Group, Pediatric Academic Societies 2006 Annual Meeting May, 2006
100. Platform Sessions of Clinical Bioethics at the Pediatric Academic Societies 2006 Annual Meeting May, 2006
101. Children in Medical Research: Evolving Guidelines in the Protection of Minors 2006 Clinical Research Educational Conference sponsored by the Northwestern Center for Clinical Research (NCCR). May, 2006
102. Genetic Screening of Children: Lessons learned from the Montreal Tay Sachs Program and Beyond. Invited Speaker, Religion and Genetics Project at Vanderbilt University. April, 2006
103. Children in Medical Research, Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far? David Green Memorial Lecture, Pediatric Grand Rounds in the Primary Children s Hospital, University of Utah Medical School April, 2006
104. Vanderbilt Children s Hospital. Children in Medical Research: Access versus Protection. April, 2006
105. Climbing the Pyramid University of Chicago Medical Education Day April, 2006
106. Parental Refusals in Pediatrics. Sandy Leiken Memorial Lecture, Children’s National Medical Center of George Washington University April, 2006
107. Issues in Biobanks 2006 GCRC National Annual Meeting. March, 2006
108. Expanding Newborn Screening beyond the Wilson and Jungner Criteria Collaborative Project Focused Advisory Meeting on Screening and Ethical Issues in Fragile X. March, 2006
109. Expanding Screening Beyond Wilson and Junger: A Case Study of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy University of Cincinnati Pediatric Grand Rounds March, 2006
110. A Case Study of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Social and Behavioral Research Branch, National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institute of Health. February, 2006
111. Symposium Presentation for the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting Ethics and Epidemiology in the Care of High-Risk Newborns February, 2006
112. Medical Research with Children: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far? University of Kentucky February, 2006
113. Ethical Implications of Family History Information in Pediatric Primary Care National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention February, 2006
114. Newborn Screening: Ethical and Policy Issues raised by Case Studies from around the world Student Distinguished Lecture Series, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine. January, 2006
115. Solicited Organ Donation Transplantation Ethics Forum December, 2005
116. Ethical Considerations of Pregnancy in Transplant Recipients 9th Annual Transplantation Research Day Program December, 2005
117. Children (and Women) First: Applicable to Lifeboats? Applicable to Human Experimentation? Seventeenth Annual MacLean Center Ethics Conference. November, 2005
118. The Ethical (and Legal) Limits of Expanding Kidney Transplantation. Illinois Association of Healthcare Attorneys Twenty-Third Annual Health Law Symposium. October, 2005
119. Research, Access and Reimbursement. Newborn Profiling American Society of Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) Annual Meeting. October, 2005
120. American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Child Abuse and Neglect Ethical and Legal Issues in Child Abuse and Neglect October, 2005
121. Dartmouth/Chicago Conference on Ethics, Health Services Research, and Public Policy Expanding Kidney Transplantation October, 2005
122. Cheaper than Calves Children’s Hospital of Arkansas September, 2005
123. Children in Medical Research: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far? Achieving Excellence in Clinical Research: Scientific, Ethical and Operational Considerations sponsored by Advocate Health Care September, 2005
124. What is right and wrong with current federal regulations regarding pediatric research? Break-Out Speaker, Achieving Excellence in Clinical Research: Scientific, Ethical and Operational Considerations sponsored by Advocate Health Care September, 2005
125. Ethics Consultation: Panacea or Pandoras Box? First Medical Humanities Grand Rounds at University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Center September, 2005
126. Clinical Ethics Consultation A.I. Dupont Ethics Committee July, 2005
127. Children in Medical Research: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far? A.I Dupont Children’s Hospital July, 2005
128. Regional Medical Center Should We Provide Greater Protection to Healthy Children? Current Controversies in Pediatric Research July, 2005
129. Should the Regulations be Revised Childrens Center for Pediatric Bioethics, University of Childrens Hospital and Regional Medical Center July, 2005
130. Human Subjects Protections Pediatric Research, University of Chicago Hospitals July, 2005
131. Physician Academic Society Educational Workshop. Teaching Clinical Ethics to Pediatric Residents Using a Case-Based Method May, 2005
132. Fourth Forum on Perinatal/Neonatal Ethical Issues Ethical and Policy Issues of Expanded Newborn Screening May, 2005
133. Hastings Center Project on Ethical Decision-Making for Newborn Genetic Screening Expanding Newborn Screening Beyond Wilson and Jungner: The Case of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy May, 2005
134. Center for Bioethics and Health Law Colloquium at the University of Pittsburgh Payment in Non-Therapeutic Pediatric Research April, 2005
135. Decision Making by Children and Adolescents: Is it in their Best Interest? Center for Bioethics and Health Law at the University of Pittsburgh April, 2005
136. Visiting Professor in Pediatrics Newborn Screening: Ethical and Policy Issues Raised by Case Studies from Around the World April, 2005
137. La Rabida s professional symposium, Perspectives in Care: Nourishing/ Nurturing the Child with Special Health Needs The Child’s Role in Decision-making within the Family April, 2005
138. The Ethical Limits in Expanding Living Donor Transplantation Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University April, 2005
139. Expanding Newborn Screening: Case Studies from Around the World University of Chicago, Department of Pediatrics March, 2005
140. Emerging Legal and Ethical Issues in Genetics 30th March of Dimes Illinois Department of Public Health Perinatal Conference. March, 2005
141. Health Care Decision Making by Adolescents University of Chicago Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology February, 2005
142. Parental Refusals Shriner’s Hospitals for Children January, 2005
143. The Science, Ethics and Politics of Stem Cells. Professorship sponsored by the University of British Columbia 8th Annual Transplantation Research Day December, 2004
144. Ethical Issues in Sports Medicine. University of Chicago, Department of Orthopedic Surgery December, 2004
145. Cheaper than Calves: Children in Medical Research. Childrens Hospital of British Columbia December, 2004
146. Ethical Controversies in Organ Donor Allocation Transplantation Ethics Forum. Sponsored by the Strategic Training Program in Transplantation Research at the University of British Columbia supported by the Canadian Institute for Health Research [CIHR] and the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research. December, 2004
147. A Crash Course in Genetics (and the ELSI issues it raises). University of Chicago Genetics Pharmacogenetics and Ethics Faculty Workshop. October, 2004
148. Expanding Newborn Screening. We can; Should we? American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Annual Meeting. October, 2004
149. Tuskegee Revisited University of Chicago MacLean Center Faculty Interdisciplinary Seminar September, 2004
150. A Case-Based Approach to the Ethical Issues Raised by Genetic Testing in Gastroenterology. Mark J Friedman Memorial Lecture September, 2004
151. Race and Ethnicity in Pediatric Research American Society of Politics and Life Sciences September, 2004
152. Carrier Detection in Newborns: Should it be Discovered? Should it be Disclosed? Session 6 Ethics of 2004 Newborn Screening and Genetic Testing Symposium sponsored by the Association of Public Health Laboratories and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention May, 2004
153. The Ethical Concerns of Parenthood for Transplant Recipients American Transplant Congress Sunrise Symposia May, 2004
154. Clinical Ethical Concerns in Genetic Testing at the Clinical Genetics in Gastroenterology for the Practicing Physician A Case-Based Conference sponsored by the University of Chicago April, 2004
155. Newborn Screening: Ethical and Policy Issues raised by Case Studies from around the World Institute of Child Health, University College of London April, 2004
156. Ethical Issues in Predictive Genetic Testing in Children: The Case of Newborn Screening for DMD. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention March, 2004
157. Placebo-controlled trials: Asthma as a Case Study University of Chicago Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series 2002-2003, Pharmaceutical Ethics and Economics January, 2004
158. Ethical Controversies in Expanding the Donor Pool. Strategic Training Program in Transplantation Research at the University of British December, 2003
159. Expanding the Donor Pool 7th Annual Transplantation Research Day December, 2003
160. Screening Justification and Balancing Harm. Newborn Screening for Cystic Fibrosis Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation November, 2003
161. Living Donor Kidney Transplantation Panel on Ethics 4th annual Fujisawa Canadian Transplant Forum November, 2003
162. Ethical, Legal and Regulatory Involvement in Pediatric Research American Society of Bioethics and Humanities-Canadian Bioethics Society Joint Meeting October, 2003
163. Health Care Decision Making for Children Who Should Decide? California Pediatric Ethics Conference September, 2003
164. Ethical dilemmas in expanding living donor kidney transplantation Living Donor Kidney Transplantation 2003: Looking to the Future sponsored by Fujisawa (an approved European Society of Transplantation [ESOT] Satellite Symposium. Session 3: Innovative solutions to donor-recipient incompatibility September, 2003
165. Predictive Genetic Testing of Children California Pediatric Ethics Conference September, 2003
166. Debate on Donor Advocacy Invited Panelist for Advances in Transplantation sponsored by Contemporary Forums September, 2003
167. Ethical, Legal and Social Issues Involved in Genetics Research, Panel I Human Genome Project Information Conference: August, 2003
168. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Medical Research: Do They Exist in Pediatrics? Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago August, 2003
169. Cheaper than Calves: Children in Medical Research Grand Rounds, St Vincent’s Medical Center June, 2003
170. Assent for Research in Children With Newly Diagnosed Cancer: Is This Helpful or Harmful to the Child? Pediatric Ethics Grand Rounds, University of Illinois at Chicago May, 2003
171. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Medical Research: Do They Exist in Pediatrics University of Chicago Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series 2002-2003, Disparities and Discrimination in Health Care and Health April, 2003
172. Innovations in Clinical Ethics Case Consultation Strengths, Weaknesses and Future Directions Clinical Ethics Consultation, First International Assessment Summit. Session 16: What We Have Learned: Established Consultation Programs April, 2003
173. Ethical Considerations of Pregnancy in the Transplant Recipient American Society of Transplantation, Women’s Health Committee. Consensus Conference on Reproductive Issues in Transplant Recipients. March, 2003
174. Case Presentations and Discussions Indiana Healthcare Ethics Network (IHEN), Eighth Annual Statewide Ethics Conference March, 2003
175. Stem Cell Research: What is the Problem? 77th Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association Pacific Division March, 2003
176. Author Meets Critics: Jodi Halpern, From Detached Concern to Empathy: Humanizing Medical Practice 77th Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association Pacific Division March, 2003
177. Ethical Issues in Clinical Trials: An Evolving Discipline 60th Anniversary meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology March, 2003
178. Health Care Decision Making for Adolescents: An Overview Indiana Healthcare Ethics Network (IHEN), Eighth Annual Statewide Ethics Conference March, 2003
179. Is Reproductive Health Care Decision Making Different from all other Health Care Decision Making Indiana Healthcare Ethics Network (IHEN), Eighth Annual Statewide Ethics Conference March, 2003
180. Bioethics National Association of State University Land Grant Colleges November, 2002
181. Breaking New Ground: Pioneering Novel Approaches to Prevent, Treat and Cure Lupus Regulatory and Ethical Issues. Ethical Issues in Clinical Trials Lupus Research Institute Scientific Conference October, 2002
182. Second Japan-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium sponsored by the National Academy of Engineering, Engineering Academy of Japan, and Japan Science and Technology Corporation. Ethical Issues in Genetic Research October, 2002
183. Riley Hospital for Children (Women and) Children First: Applicable to Lifeboats? Applicable to Human Experimentation? August, 2002
184. Ethical issues in Foster Care and Adoption 28th Anniversary North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC). August, 2002
185. Women and Children First: Applicable to Lifeboats? Research with Children: The New Legal and Policy Landscape sponsored by University of Maryland School of Law, Law and Health Care Program, University of Maryland School of Medicine, and the American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics. May, 2002
186. Constrained Parental Autonomy: A Health Care Decision Making Model for Children American Philosophical Association, Central Division, 100th Annual Meeting April, 2002
187. Predictive Genetic Testing in Children and Adolescents Infants and Children’s Hospital of Brooklyn at Maimonides Medical Center March, 2002
188. Efficacy versus Efficiency on the Waitlist the National Conference to Analyze the Wait List for Kidney Transplantation March, 2002
189. Predictive Genetic Testing in Children LaRabida Children s Hospital of the University of Chicago January, 2002
190. Applying Clinical Ethics in the Genetic Counseling Setting National Society for Genetic Counselors Annual Education Conference November, 2001
191. In search of Organs for Transplant: The Ethics of Compensation for Organ Donation American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, Annual Meeting October, 2001
192. Who Speaks for the Child? Ethical Issues in Pediatric Autonomy 2001 American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition October, 2001
193. The Science, Ethics, and Politics of Stem Cell Research Department of Pediatrics, Rush University October, 2001
194. Author Meets Critics: Carl Schneider’s The Practice of Autonomy American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, Annual Meeting October, 2001
195. Subject Selection for Early Experimentation Chicago, Ethics Oversight at the Frontiers of Biomedical Research June, 2001
196. Feasibility and Ethics of Anonymous Living Donations Ontario Hospital Association Organ and Tissue Donation for Transplantation April, 2001
197. Ethical and Policy Issues in Pediatric Research Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting April, 2001
198. The Future is Now: Genetics: Public Health, Legal and Ethical Perspectives Illinois Department of Public Health. Genetics, A Family Affair March, 2001
199. Ethical issues of the Human Genome Project Illinois Department of Public Health. Genetics, A Family Affair. March, 2001
200. The Profession of Helping Patients Have Children The Science and Philosophy of Reproductive Technologies February, 2001
201. Health Care Decisions Making by Children: Is it in their Best Interest? 10th Annual Symposium of DePaul Law Review, The End of Adolescence. February, 2001
202. Access and Confidentiality in the Genetic Testing of Children: Separating the Professional from the Personal A Decade of ELSI Research January, 2001
203. Genetic Testing in Adolescents A Decade of ELSI Research January, 2001
204. Ethics of genetic testing Genetic Basis of Pancreatic Disease at the Combined Meeting of the International Association of Pancreatology and the American Pancreatic Association November, 2000
205. Ethical Issues in Pediatric Oncology: A Case Based Approach Monza s International School of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology (MISPHO) for Countries with Limited Resources, Fifth Course October, 2000
206. Organ Transplants: Ethics, Economics and Expectations 10th Annual Bioethics Seminar, Methodist Hospitals Inc October, 2000
207. Ethical Issues in Cancer Genetic Testing in Children Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago August, 2000
208. Comitato Maria Letizia Vergia, Fondazione Tettamanti First Workshop on Bioethics in Pediatric Hemato-Oncology. Ethical Issues in Genetic Testing in Pediatric Oncology June, 2000
209. Living Unrelated Donors through a Kidney Paired Exchange Program Special Mini-Course for Transplant Nurses and Coordinators at Transplant 2000: First Joint Meeting of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and American Society of Transplantation May, 2000
210. The need for Tolerance 32nd CITIC--International Conference on Transplantation and Clinical Immunology May, 2000
211. Cheaper than Calves: The Child as Research Subject Endowment for Health Care Ethics, Loyola University Chicago, Department of Philosophy April, 2000
212. Decision Making by Adolescents: Is it in their Best Interest? 98th Annual Meeting, Committee on Philosophy and Medicine April, 2000
213. Informed Consent in Pediatric Research Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI) March, 2000
214. HLA testing in the fetus Oakland Children s Ethics Committee Forum March, 2000
215. “(Women and) Children First? Applicable to lifeboats? Children’s Hospital Oakland March, 2000
216. “(Women and) Children First: Applicable to Lifeboats? Abbott Pharmaceutical, Development Forum 2000: Medical Ethics/Pediatrics March, 2000
217. Pre-Adoption Genetic Testing Conference on Adoption Ethics, University of Massachusetts at Boston March, 2000
218. An Intro to ECGs Ethics, Cardiology, Genetics) Division of Primary Care, University of California at San Francisco (UCSF). March, 2000
219. Innovations in Kidney Transplantation: Are they ethical? Department of Pediatric Surgery, Childrens Memorial Hospital February, 2000
220. Genetic Testing of Children: Privacy for whom? University of Chicago Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Series, 1999-2000 February, 2000
221. Ethical Issues in Pediatric Research Pediatric Cardiovascular Trials, Duke Clinical Research Institute December, 1999
222. An Intro to ECGs Ethics, Cardiology, Genetics Memorial Grand Rounds, Long Island Jewish Hospital October, 1999
223. Benefit and Risk in Pediatric Research: Are the Regulations Helpful? the American Society of Bioethics and Humanities October, 1999
224. An Intro to ECGs Ethics, Cardiology, Genetics. Department of Internal Medicine, University of Chicago October, 1999
225. Group Rights in Genetic Research: What Can that mean and how do we respond? American Society of Bioethics and Humanities October, 1999
226. Women and) Children First: Applicable to Lifeboats and Human Experimentation? Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago July, 1999
227. Politics and the Strategies for the Humanities Teaching Humanities in Academic Medical Centers, The Medical Humanities Program June, 1999
228. Clinical Ethics Consultation at the University of Chicago Joint Centre for Bioethics, University of Toronto May, 1999
229. “(Women and) Children First: Applicable to Lifeboats and Human Experimentation? Hospital For Sick Children May, 1999
230. International Trials to Reduce the Vertical Transmission of HIV: Were they Ethical? Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago May, 1999
231. The Ethics of Parenting First Annual Conference in Pace University and The World Trade Institute February, 1999
232. International Research Trials: Placebo Controlled Trials of Perinatal HIV Transmission Bioethics in the New Millennium, The Bioethics Forum of Princeton University February, 1999
233. Do Parents Know Best? Schorer-Pakula Lecture for the Menorah Medical Center/Health Midwest Children’s Mercy Hospital November, 1998
234. The Ethics of Genetic Testing Clinical Advances in Pediatrics, Kansas City November, 1998
235. Ethical issues raised by innovative transplants University of British Columbia Centre for Bioethics September, 1998
236. The Ethics of Innovative Transplant Options University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, Medical Scholars Program September, 1998
237. A Not-So-Random Walk Through the Halls of Academia University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana Medical Scholars Program September, 1998
238. Ethical issues raised by innovative transplants. University of British Columbia Centre for Bioethics September, 1998
239. The Ethics of the Paired Kidney Exchange Program. Grand Rounds at St Paul’s Hospital September, 1998
240. The Ethics of the Paired Kidney Exchange Program British Columbia Transplant Society Ethics Committee September, 1998
241. Kidney exchange programs: an expanded view of the ethical issues. 30th CITIC–International Conference on Transplantation and Clinical Immunology June, 1998
242. Ethical Issues in Pediatrics Children’s Memorial Ethics Advisory Board Retreat May, 1998
243. Moderator and Discussant for Ethical Issues in Pediatric Genetics American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Audiocassette May, 1998
244. HIV Screening: Who Do We Target, Who Should We Target, and Why? Grand Rounds, Department of Internal Medicine, MacNeil Hospital May, 1998
245. Bioethics at the Close of the 20th Century: Issues at the Intersection of Science and Society. Princeton University Reunion Panel May, 1998
246. Newborn Screening American Medical Association, Genetic Medicine and the Practicing Physician March, 1998
247. Cancer in Children American Medical Association, Genetic Medicine and the Practicing Physician March, 1998
248. Familial Relationships in the New Genetics Era Conceptual Foundations of Science/Fishbein Workshop in the History and Philosophy of Science February, 1998
249. Ethical Issues in Pediatric Genetics. Genetics and Primary Care Series at the University of Chicago December, 1997
250. Exchanging Donors: Is it an Option for Patients and Families? National Kidney Foundation 47th Annual Meeting, San Antonio Texas November, 1997
251. Genetic Testing/Diagnosis of High Risk: Implications Third Illinois Breast Cancer Summit October, 1997
252. What role should parents play in making decisions about their childrens reproduction? Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics, and the American Academy of Pediatrics September, 1997
253. Genetic Testing in Children Sixth Annual Chicago Conference on Ethics in Healthcare Institutions August, 1997
254. Issues in Pediatrics The New Genetics in Primary Care CME course June, 1997
255. Ways to increase the supply of donor organs Medical Bioethics Applied to Biotechnologies June, 1997
256. CME Course New Genetics in Primary Care CME Course New Genetics in Primary Care June, 1997
257. Ethical Issues in Transplantation Accademia Nazionale di Medicina, Medical Bioethics applied to Biotechnologies. May, 1997
258. Ethical Implications of the New Children’s Hospital of Orange County, May, 1997
259. Medical Ethics and Clinical Practice Accademia Nazionale di Medicina, Medical Bioethics applied to Biotechnologies May, 1997
260. Ethical issues in Genetic Testing in Children The New Genetics in Primary Care Conference April, 1997
261. Grand Rounds, Department of Internal Medicine, Ravenswood Hospital Truth-telling in Medicine April, 1997
262. Should Doctors Tell the Truth? Department of Internal Medicine, MacNeil Hospital March, 1997
263. Do Parents Know Best? Chicago Clinical Ethics Program, Annual Meeting February, 1997
264. Ethical Issues in Cochlear Implants. Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago, July, 1996
265. Ethical Considerations of Growth Hormone Pri-Med: Primary Medicine Today June, 1996
266. Genetics in the Nursery and Beyond for the Primary Care Pediatrician Department of Pediatrics, Mercy Hospital June, 1996
267. 94th Annual Meeting, International Section for Environmental Ethics Environmental Impact of Contagious Illness: Is Coercion Justified? April, 1996
268. Liver Transplantation in Alcoholics. Chicago Clinical Ethics Program April, 1996
269. Problemas Éticos Actuales en Pediatría Clínica Infantil Colsubsidio March, 1996
270. Tratamiento Inútil. Bases éticas Hospital Universitario San Ignacio March, 1996
271. Asociación Colombiana de Medicina Interna (ACMI), Tratamiento Inútil. Bases éticas de las decisiones de colocar o retirar soporte vital March, 1996
272. Objetivos Educativos de la Ética Clínica Asociación Colombiana de Medicina Interna (ACMI), March, 1996
273. The Use of Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors Handy Annual Memorial Lectureship March, 1996
274. Problemas Éticos Actuales en la Práctica de Cuidado Intensivo Pediátrico Fundación Cardioinfantil March, 1996
275. Futility in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Handy Annual Memorial Lectureship March, 1996
276. Tratamiento Inútil. Bases éticas Fundación Santa Fe de Bogota March, 1996
277. The Use of Anencephalic Infants as Organ Donors Chicago Clinical Ethics Program November, 1995
278. Religious-Based Treatment Refusals for Children American Association of Bioethics September, 1995
279. Biotechnology and Reproductive Rights American Political Science Association, Division of Politics and the Life Sciences August, 1995
280. Panelist at the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics, Health Law The Child as Research Subject June, 1995
281. Mandatory HIV screening in Pregnant Women and Newborns: Some Ethical Concerns Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, University of Chicago: May, 1995
282. Ethical Issues in Chronic Care and Rehabilitation Oak Forest Hospital January, 1995
283. Genetic information and privacy: The case of misattributed paternity University of Chicago Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar: Personal Liberty and the Common Good: The Case of Health Care January, 1995
284. Rehabilitation and Ethics Oak Forest Hospital November, 1994
285. Ethical Issues in Clinical Trials Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Bridgeport Hospital April, 1994
286. Decision Making in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Sarasota Memorial Hospital Ethics Committee Conference January, 1994
287. Spheres of Political Order. American Society of Political and Legal Philosophy September, 1993
288. Withholding and Withdrawing Medical Treatment from Children in the Intensive Care Unit. Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, Bridgeport Hospital May, 1993
289. Justice for Children: The Child as Organ Donor. New York State Political Science Association, April, 1993
290. La Distribution de Los Recursos Escasos La Asamblea Nacional Unificadora de Cuidado Intensivo y Medicina Critica July, 1992
291. Moral Grounding for the Participation of Children as Organ Donors. Third International Conference of the American Society of Law and Medicine July, 1992



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