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Christine Grady, RN, PhD Department of Bioethics, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center

Practical experience as a nurse and researcher contribute to a greater understanding of the complexity of bioethical challenges and the...

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

Charlie talks about railroad trips as a child where he learned "people skills" that were useful his entire life. He...

Christian E. Newcomer, VMD, MS, DACLAM Executive Director, AAALAC International

(Part 2) The concept of "adequate care" vs. "contemporary care" continues to guide Dr. Newcomer along his career path, as...

Carol J. Weil, JD Program Director for Ethical and Regulatory Affairs, National Cancer Institute

Ms. Weil describes how her family background, education, and career choices led her to the NCI and her belief in...

Robert M. Veatch, PhD Professor of Medical Ethics, Georgetown University

(Part 2) Dr. Veatch shares his thoughts on how well early themes in bioethics have held up over the years.

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