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Mary Ann Baily is associate for ethics and health policy at The Hastings Center and an editor of Ethics and Newborn Genetic Screening (Johns Hopkins, forthcoming).

Jeffrey R. Botkin is professor of pediatrics and associate vice president for research integrity at the University of Utah, as well as adjunct professor of human genetics and of internal medicine in the division of medical ethics.

Erika Blacksher is a Robert Wood Johnson health and society scholar at Columbia University researching ethical implications of the social determinants and distribution of health.

Ned Calonge is chief medical officer of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, an associate professor of family medicine and of preventive medicine and biometrics at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, and chair of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.

Rebecca Dresser is a professor in the law and medical schools of Washington University in St. Louis, where she teaches courses on policy issues in medicine and research. Since 2002, she has been a member of the President's Council on Bioethics.

Ezekiel J. Emanuel chairs the bioethics department at the Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health, and also is a breast oncologist. He codirects the FRESH-Thinking Program on health reform at Stanford University and has recently written Health Care Guaranteed (Public Affairs, forthcoming).

Christine Grady heads the section on human subjects in the bioethics department at the Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health. She is an editor of the recent Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics (Oxford, 2008).

Laura D. Hermer is an assistant professor of health policy and bioethics at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Her research includes the law and policy of private and public health coverage and legal issues in bioethics.

Anna C. Mastroianni is associate professor at the University of Washington School of Law and currently is a visiting scholar at the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics, Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center.

Jerry Menikoff is the director of the Office of Human Subjects Research at the National Institutes of Health. His most recent book is What the Doctor Didn’t Say: The Hidden Truth about Medical Research (Oxford, 2006).

Virginia A. Moyer is professor of pediatrics and chief of academic general pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital. Her research focuses on well child care, diagnostic testing, and patient safety.

Thomas H. Murray is president of The Hastings Center, an editor of Ethics and Newborn Genetic Screening (Johns Hopkins, forthcoming), and author of The Worth of a Child (University of California, 1996).

Michael Stolberg chairs the history of medicine department at the University of Würzburg, Germany, and trained as a physician as well as a historian.

Robert Streiffer is associate professor of philosophy and bioethics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He wrote Moral Relativism and Reasons for Action (Routledge, 2003).

Steven M. Teutsch is executive director for U.S. outcomes research at Merck and Co., Inc. He serves on the Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetics Health and Society, the Americas Health Information Community Personalized Health Care Workgroup, and the Evaluation of Genomic Applications in Prevention and Practice Work-group. [End Page 48]



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