Ethics & Human Research (formerly IRB: Ethics & Human Research) aims to foster critical analysis of issues in science and health care that have implications for human biomedical and behavioral research, including developments that bring new challenges to existing ethical, regulatory, and policy frameworks governing research with humans in the United States and elsewhere. Six issues are published each year, containing an assortment of commentaries, case studies, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, and book reviews.
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|Karen J. Maschke, editor
Laura Haupt, managing editor
Nora Porter, art director
Laura Beskow, PhD, MPH Vanderbilt University
Barbara Bierer, MD Harvard University
Alex Capron, LLB University of Southern California
Stephanie Solomon Cargill, PhD St. Louis University
Rebecca S. Dresser, JD, MS Washington University in St. Louis
Carl Elliott, MD, PhD University of Minnesota
Holly Fernandez Lynch, JD, MBE University of Pennsylvania
Joseph J. Fins, MD Weill Cornell Medical College
Paul Ford, PhD Cleveland Clinic
Cristine Grady, MSN, PhD National Institutes of Health Clinical Center
Steven Joffe, MD, MPH University of Pennsylvania
Jonathan Kimmelman, PhD McGill University
Nancy M. P. King, JD Wake Forest University
Susan Lederer, PhD University of Wisconsin–Madison
Alex John London, PhD Carnegie Mellon University
Suzanne Rivera, PhD, MSW Case Western Reserve University
Mark A. Rothstein, JD University of Louisville
Laura Stark, PhD Vanderbilt University
Jeremy Sugarman, MD, MPH, MA Johns Hopkins University
Benjamin S. Wilfond, MD Seattle Children’s Research Institute
ISSN 2578-2355 print; ISSN 2578-2363 online
Publisher: The Hastings Center