Anna Mastroianni

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Professor of Law

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Curriculum Vitae |


Panelist, Informed Consent in Health Research in the Online Environment, Medicine 2.0, 6th World Conference on Social Media, Mobile Apps, and Internet/Web, Sep. 23, 2013 (London, England)

Legislating Apology for Medical Errors: When Just Saying "Sorry" Isn't Enough, Georgia State University College of Law, Center for Law, Health & Society, Apr. 25, 2011 (Atlanta)

The View from the Cloud: Electronic Health Information and Privacy in Public Health Research and Practice, University of Western Australia, Mar. 21, 2011 (Perth, Australia)

Incommensurable Views: How Should the Tensions Between a Utilitarian Approach to Science and Other Moral and Religious Belief Systems Be Approached?, Salzburg Global Seminar and 21st Century Trust, Joint Conference on Science and the Citizen, May 20, 2008 (Salzburg, Austria)

The Ethics of Research and the Growth of Bioethics in the United States, Keio University Medical School, Mar. 22, 2006 (Tokyo, Japan)

Additional Topics for the Model Curriculum in Public Health Ethics, with Isaac M.T. Mwase, Bruce Jennings & Lisa Parker, American Public Health Association, 133rd Annual Meeting and Exposition, Dec. 12, 2005 (Philadelphia, PA)

Little Cells, Big Issues: Ethical and Policy Issues in Embryonic Stem Cell Research, North Pacific Society of Internal Medicine, Sep. 17, 2005 (Whistler, BC, Canada)

The Policy Context, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute, Board of Directors Seminar on Stem Cell Research, Sep. 9, 2005 (Seattle, WA)

Little Cells, Big Issues: Ethical and Policy Issues in Embryonic Stem Cell Research, National Conference of State Legislatures, Aug. 18, 2005 (Seattle, WA)

Swinging on the Pendulum: Shifting View of Justice in Research with Children, Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Current Controversies in Pediatric Research Ethics, Jul. 22, 2005 (Seattle, WA)

Embryonic Stem Cell Policy: The State of the US Debate, Keio University Medical School, Jun. 28, 2005 (Tokyo, Japan)

Surgical Innovation: On the Cutting Edge of Research and Therapy, University of Tokyo Law School, Jun. 27, 2005 (Tokyo, Japan)

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis: Ethical Issues in Creating A Stem Cell Donor, Keio University Medical School, Jun. 17, 2005 (Tokyo, Japan)

Surgical Innovation: On the Cutting Edge of Research and Therapy, Melbourne Law School, Workshop on Bioethics and the Law: Technology, Information and the Law, Feb. 22, 2005 (Melbourne, Autralia)

Embryonic Stem Cell Policy: The State of the US Debate, University of Tasmania School of Law, Nov. 16, 2004 (Hobart, Australia)

Embryonic Stem Cell Policy: The State of the US Debate, Australian Law Reform Commission, Nov. 15, 2004 (Sydney, Australia)

Making US Science Policy: The Case of Embryonic Stem Cell Research, International Association of Bioethics, 7th World Congress of Bioethics, Nov. 12, 2004 (Sydney, Australia)

Embryonic Stem Cells: What Are the Policy Options?, University of Washington, Forum on Science, Ethics and Policy, Oct. 18, 2004 (Seattle)

Separated at Birth: Law, Policy, Ethics and Cloning, National Association of Women Law Judges, Genome Justice, Jul. 10, 2004 (Seattle, WA)

The Future of Clinical Research, BIO 2004 Annual International Convention, Jun. 8, 2004 (San Francisco, CA)

Moderator, Understanding Open Source: From Software Licensing to Genetics IP and Beyond, American Bar Association, 19th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference, Apr. 1, 2004 (Washington, DC, DC)

Innovative Surgery: Legal Analysis and Policy Considerations, University of Virginia Center for Biomedical Ethics, Mar. 10, 2004 (Charlottesville, VA)

Little Cells, Big Issues: Ethical and Policy Issues in Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Greenwall Foundation, May 13, 2003 (New York)

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis: Ethical Issues in Creating A Stem Cell Donor, Philadelphia Area Reproductive Endocrine Society, May 1, 2003 (Philadelphia)

The Policy Gap: Research on Stem Cells and Human Embryos, San Diego Science and Technology Council, Apr. 10, 2003 (San Diego, CA)

Swinging on the Pendulum: The Continuing Evolution of US Policies Protecting Human Subjects, University of Tokyo Law School, Feb. 19, 2003 (Tokyo, Japan)

Little Cells, Big Issues: The Ethics of Embryonic Stem Cell Research, University of Tokyo Law School, Feb. 18, 2003 (Tokyo, Japan)

Innovative Surgery: Legal Issues, University of Virginia Center for Biomedical Ethics, Feb. 10, 2003 (Charlottesville)

Canadian and US Perspectives on Research--Swinging on the Pendulum: The Continuing Evolution of US Policies Protecting Human Subjects, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Third Annual Health Law Day, New Biomedical Research: Regulation, Conflict of Interest and Liability, Nov. 22, 2002 (Toronto, Canada)

Teaching Ethics in Public Health: A New Curriculum, American Public Health Association, 130th Annual Meeting and Exposition, Nov. 12, 2002 (Philadelphia, PA)

Ethics and Public Health: A New Curriculum, American Society of Bioethics and the Humanities, Annual Meeting, Preconference Workshop, Oct. 24, 2002 (Baltimore)

Responding to a Federal Mandate: Institutional Training Efforts in the Responsible Conduct of Research, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Research Integrity, The Role of Institutional Rules, Guidelines, and Education in Promoting the Responsible Conduct of Research, Sep. 23, 2002 (Philadelphia, PA)

Teaching Public Health Ethics, University of Minnesota and The Hastings Center, Exploring Ethics and Public Health, Jul. 14, 2002 (Deerwood)

Compliance or Conscience: The Role of Oversight in Assuring Safety in Clinical Research, National Patient Safety Foundation, Accountability in Clinical Research: Balancing Risk & Benefit, Apr. 26, 2002 (Indianapolis, IN)

Genetic Information: Privacy, Challenges and Protections, Northwest Cancer Genetics Network at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, University of Washington Institute for Public Health Genetics & School of Pharmacy, Cancer Genetics and the Human Genome: Implications for Society and Medicine, Feb. 15, 2002 (Seattle, WA)

Individual Rights and Scientific Research: Protecting Human Subjects, American Bar Association, Annual Meeting, Aug. 6, 2001 (Chicago, IL)

Moderator, ELSI Implications of Parkinson's Disease Research, Center for Child Environmental Health Risks Research, Center for Ecogenetics & Environmental Health, Institute for Risk Analysis & Risk Communication, Northwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety, Superfund Basic Research Program, and University of Washington Department of Environmental Health, Environmental Health for Reporters: Ethical and Policy Implications of the Human Genome Project and Genetic Research on Human Sensitivity to Environmental Pollutants, Jun. 1, 2001 (Seattle)

From Compliance to Conscience: Recurring Ethical Issues in Human Subjects Research, Healthcare Access Alliance, May 22, 2001 (Seattle, WA)

Clinical Trials: What Journalists Need To Know About Them, Puget Sound Science Writers Association, May 8, 2001 (Seattle)

Moderator, Human Tissue or Intellectual Property, Washington State Supreme Court, Washington State Office of the Insurance Commisioner, Washington State Department of Health, University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine, and others, Learning to Live with the Human Genome: Well Reasoned Prudence or Future Shock?, Jan. 5, 2001 (Tacoma)

Assessing Training Efforts in the Responsible Conduct of Research: Status, Challenges and Future Directions, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Research Integrity, Research Conference on Research Integrity, Nov. 19, 2000 (Bethesda)

Protecting Human Subjects: A Brief History and Introduction to Ethical Principles, Children's Hospital, Oct. 15, 1999 (Seattle)

Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality of Genetic Information: An Overview of the Law, Washington State Supreme Court and Washington Office of Insurance Commissioner Deborah Senn, Genetics, Health Care and the Law, Oct. 6, 1999 (Olympia)

Protecting Privacy and Confidentiality of Genetic Information, The Technology Alliance, The Promise of Modern Genetics, The Technology Institute, Sep. 13, 1999 (Leavenworth)

Improving Accountability in Research: Recent Events and Some Proposed Solutions, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, VA National Ethics Conference, Ethics Along the Continuum, Sep. 10, 1999 (Minneapolis)

Making It Up as We Go: Law and Policy in Managed Care, Society of Nuclear Medicine, 46th Annual Meeting, Bioethics in the Age of Managed Care, Jun. 7, 1999 (Los Angeles)

The Influence of the Belmont Report on the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, with R. Faden & J. Kahn, University of Virginia, Belmont Revisited - A Conference on the 20th Anniversary of the Belmont Report, May 17, 1999 (Charlottesville)

Teaching Research Ethics: A Status Report, with J. Kahn, American Public Health Association, 126th Annual Meeting, Nov. 16, 1998 (Washington, DC)

Considerations in the Establishment of National, Independent Oversight of Human Subjects Research, Friends Research Institute, National Ethics Conference, Nov. 14, 1998 (Baltimore)

The Promise and Pitfalls of Genetic Testing: Confidentiality, Discrimination, and Informed Consent, Puget Sound Oncology Consortium, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and Swedish Medical Center, Cancer Genetics Symposium, Apr. 10, 1998 (Seattle)

New Perspectives on Recurring Ethical Issues in Research, University of Washington, Office of Protection from Research Risks; U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Indian Health Service; and Seattle Indian Health Board, Culture and Community: Consultation and Communication in Research, Aug. 1, 1997 (Seattle)

New Perspectives on Recurring Ethical Issues in Research, Western Institutional Review Board, Aug. 1, 1997 (Olympia)

Good News, Bad News for Biomedical Researchers: Lessons from the White House Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, Veterans Administration Puget Sound Health Care System, Ethics Forum, Jun. 1, 1997 (Seattle)

Practical Clinical Research Ethics, Society for General Internal Medicine, Annual Meeting, May 1, 1997 (Washington, DC)

Panelist, Ethical Issues in Clinical Research, General Clinical Research Centers, Annual Meeting, Mar. 1, 1997 (Washington, DC)

Forming Equitable Research Reform: Rational Access to Clinical Trials and New Drugs, Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy, HIV Law & Policy: Ensuring Gender-Equitable Reform, Feb. 1, 1997 (Durham)

Moderator, A Report from the Commission on Radiation Experiments, American Association of Bioethics, Third Annual Meeting, Nov. 1, 1996 (San Francisco)

Panelist, How Are We Doing? Outsiders Judge IRBs, Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research and Tufts University School of Medicine, Strategies for Addressing the IRB's Current Obstacles, Nov. 1, 1996 (San Diego)

Questioning the Framework of Informed Consent and Seeking Innovative Ways to Enhance the Process, Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research and Tufts University School of Medicine, Strategies for Addressing the IRB's Current Obstacles, Nov. 1, 1996 (San Diego)

The IRB's Role in Ensuring the Inclusion of Women and Minorities and Reviewing Research with Pregnant Women, Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research and Tufts University School of Medicine, Strategies for Addressing the IRB's Current Obstacles, Nov. 1, 1996 (San Diego)

Report of the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments: Lessons Learned, Kapi'olani Health Research Institute, Protecting the Rights of Human Subjects in Research: Sharing the Benefits and Burdens of Research, Jul. 1, 1996 (Honolulu)

Lessons Learned from the Radiation Report, National Human Subject Protections Workshop, Cultural Diversity and Other Human Research Issues with Emphasis on Native Americans, Jun. 1, 1996 (Oklahoma City)

Human Subjects Issues Past and Present, University of Washington School of Law, Topics in Law and Medicine, Apr. 1, 1996 (Seattle)

Implications for IRBs of Final Report of Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, Emory University, The Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center and Clark Atlanta University, The Ends of the Spectrum: From Children to Geriatrics, National Human Subject Protections Education Workshop, Apr. 1, 1996 (Atlanta)

When Ethics Meets Research Policy: Women as Research Subjects, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Center for Bioethics, Project on Informed Consent, Protecting the Vulnerable: Ethical Issues in Human Research, Apr. 1, 1996 (Philadelphia)

History and Ethics of Cold War Human Radiation Experiments, Georgetown University Medical School, Georgetown Bioethics Colloquium, Dec. 1, 1995 (Washington DC)

Ethical Issues Involving Women as Research Subjects, Medical University of South Carolina, Research Ethics Grand Rounds, Oct. 1, 1995

Staff Report from the Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments: Implications for Human Subject Research, American Public Health Association, 123rd Annual Meeting, Oct. 1, 1995 (San Diego)

The Use of Science and Clinical Trials in Public Policy, Women's Bar Association of DC and the WBA Health Law Forum, Jan. 1, 1995 (Washington, DC)

The Institute of Medicine's Report on Women and Health Research, U.S. National Institute of Health, Coordinating Committee on Research on Women's Health, Mar. 1, 1994 (Bethesda)

Women in Clinical Studies: Liability Issues, Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Mar. 1, 1994 (Washington, DC)

Women as Research Subjects, Geroge Washington University, Graduate Seminar on Feminist Ethics, Jun. 1, 1993 (Washington, DC)

The Right to Die, National Insitute for Citizen Education in the Law, Teacher Leader Institute, Jun. 1, 1990 (Washington, DC)

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