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John Gluck, PhD Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Senior Advisor to the President on Animal Research Ethics, University of New Mexico

Dr. Gluck describes his career in research and his journey toward greater understanding of the importance of ethical consideration about animal use.

Warren K. Ashe, PhD 1929 - 2015, Associate Dean for Research, Howard University

(Part 1) Dr. Warren Ashe describes his early childhood growing up in the segregated south, his time in the military, and his journey through undergraduate studies at Howard University to a job at the NIH.

Tom Beauchamp, PhD Professor of Philosophy, Georgetown University

Dr. Beauchamp describes the educational path that led him to the Kennedy Institute, his role on the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects and the creative process behind the Belmont Report.

Charles R. McCarthy, PhD Former Director, Office for Protection from Research Risks, NIH

(Part 1) Dr. McCarthy tells the story of his early life, time in the seminary and his years as an ordained Catholic priest. (Part 1 of 2)

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