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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.

To access supporting information for articles in E&HR, such as tables, figures, and appendices that do not appear in the journal itself, see this page.

Authors include experts in research ethics who come from a wide range of academic disciplines and professions, researchers who conduct biomedical and behavioral research, and policy-makers. We welcome submissions from new authors. E&HR’s readership includes ethics committee members, institutional leaders, researchers, and scholars from many academic disciplines.

Our submissions guidelines can be found here.

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Karen J. Maschke, editor

Laura Haupt, managing editor

Nora Porter, art director

Editorial Board

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