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overview Carolyn and Matthew Bucksbaum Professor of Clinical Ethics Professor, Departments of Pediatrics, Medicine, Surgery and the College Co-Director, Institute for Translational Medicine Associate Director, MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics University of Chicago My areas of research include: ethical and policy issues in organ transplantation, pediatrics, genetics, and human subjects protections/research ethics. I am currently writing a book on sibling obligations in health care that is funded by the National Library of Medicine. Books Lainie Friedman Ross, Children, Families, and Health Care Decision-Making (Oxford University Press [UK], 1998). Lainie Friedman Ross, Children in Research: Access versus Protection (Oxford University Press [UK], 2006). Robert M Veatch and Lainie F. Ross, Transplantation Ethics, 2nd ed. (Georgetown University Press, 2015). Robert M Veatch and Lainie F Ross, Defining Death: The Case for Choice (Georgetown University Press, 2016) Lainie Friedman Ross and J. Richard Thistlethwaite Jr. The Living Donor as Patient: Theory and Practice (Oxford University Press [US], 2021 in press) AB 1982 Princeton University (School of Public and International Affairs) MD 1986: University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Residency (1986-1989): Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (PGY-1 &2) Columbia University (PGY-3) M Phil 1992: Yale University (Philosophy) PhD 1996: Yale University (Philosophy)

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Concept Academic Medical Centers
Concept Education, Medical, Graduate
Concept Renal Dialysis
Concept Faculty, Medical
Concept Medical History Taking
Concept Philosophy, Medical
Concept Societies, Medical
Concept Medical Futility
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Academic Article Ethics of a paired-kidney-exchange program.
Academic Article Should all living donors be treated equally?
Academic Article Lethal language, lethal decisions.
Academic Article Fragile X screening: attitudes of genetic health professionals.
Academic Article Attitudes of minority patients with end-stage renal disease regarding ABO-incompatible list-paired exchanges.
Academic Article Neighborhood poverty, racial composition and renal transplant waitlist.
Academic Article Ethics and professionalism in the pediatric curriculum: a survey of pediatric program directors.
Academic Article An empirical investigation of physicians' attitudes toward intrasibling kidney donation by minor twins.
Academic Article Moral grounding for the participation of children as organ donors.
Academic Article Ethical issues in pediatric trials.
Academic Article Is academic medicine for sale?
Academic Article Genetic exceptionalism vs. paradigm shift: lessons from HIV.
Academic Article Media appeals for directed altruistic living liver donations: lessons from Camilo Sandoval Ewen.
Academic Article Overriding a patient's refusal of treatment after an iatrogenic complication.
Academic Article Children in medical research: balancing protection and access--has the pendulum swung too far?
Academic Article Donating a second kidney: a tale of family and ethics.
Academic Article Ethical issues in genetic testing of children.
Academic Article Phase I research and the meaning of direct benefit.
Academic Article Religion, conscience, and controversial clinical practices.
Academic Article From genetics to genomics: ethics, policy, and parental decision-making.
Academic Article Protecting research subjects.
Academic Article Do not resuscitate orders and iatrogenic arrest during dialysis: should "No" mean "No"?
Academic Article Ethical and policy issues in genetic testing.
Academic Article Ethics of placebos in clinical asthma trials.
Academic Article Growth attenuation by commission and omission may be ethically justifiable in children with profound disabilities.
Academic Article Genetic testing of adolescents: is it in their best interest?
Academic Article Are research ethics standards satisfied in pediatric journal publications?
Academic Article Good ethics requires good science: why transplant programs should not disclose misattributed parentage.
Academic Article What the medical excuse teaches us about the potential living donor as patient.
Academic Article Disclosing the diagnosis of HIV in pediatrics.
Academic Article The ethics of preadoption genetic testing.
Academic Article Reactions of pediatricians to refusals of medical treatment for minors.
Academic Article Minors as living solid-organ donors.
Academic Article A descriptive and moral evaluation of providing informal medical care to one's own children.
Academic Article Forty years later: the scope of bioethics revisited.
Academic Article Ethics and professionalism in medical physics: a survey of AAPM members.
Academic Article In defense of the American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement--children as hematopoietic stem cell donors.
Academic Article Access and equity to cancer care in the USA: a review and assessment.
Academic Article The moral status of the newborn and its implications for medical decision making.
Academic Article Do healthy children deserve greater protection in medical research?
Academic Article Adolescent autonomy in health care?
Academic Article Against newborn screening for type 1 diabetes.
Academic Article American Academy of Pediatrics policy statements on bioethics: summaries and commentaries: part 1.
Academic Article Technical report: Ethical and policy issues in genetic testing and screening of children.
Academic Article Teaching and assessment of ethics and professionalism: a survey of pediatric program directors.
Academic Article Addressing the ethical challenges in genetic testing and sequencing of children.
Academic Article Recommendations for returning genomic incidental findings? We need to talk!
Academic Article Young physicians' recall about pediatric training in ethics and professionalism and its practical utility.
Academic Article Reporting incidental findings in genomic scale clinical sequencing--a clinical laboratory perspective: a report of the Association for Molecular Pathology.
Academic Article Pediatric Professionals' Attitudes about Secondary Findings in Genomic Sequencing of Children.
Academic Article Racial disparities in reaching the renal transplant waitlist: is geography as important as race?
Academic Article Pediatric Resident Preparedness and Educational Experiences With Informed Consent.
Academic Article The 1966 Ciba Symposium on Transplantation Ethics: 50 Years Later.
Academic Article Should Medical Errors Be Disclosed to Pediatric Patients? Pediatricians' Attitudes Toward Error Disclosure.
Academic Article 50 Years Ago in TheJournal ofPediatrics: Legislation and Advances in Medical Knowledge-Acceleration or Inhibition?
Academic Article Reporting Incidental Findings in Genomic Scale Clinical Sequencing-A Clinical Laboratory Perspective: A Report of the Association for Molecular Pathology.
Academic Article SU-E-E-03: Ethics and Professionalism Education in Medical Physics: A Needs Assessment Study.
Academic Article Gender Differences in the Authorship of Original Research in Pediatric Journals, 2001-2016.
Academic Article Missed Opportunities in the Preparticipation Physical Examination for High School Athletes.
Academic Article African-Americans with End Stage Renal Disease in the Early Years of Kidney Transplantation.
Academic Article 50 Years Ago in TheJournal ofPediatrics: Why Patients Don't Follow Medical Advice: A Study of Children on Long-Term Antistreptococcal Prophylaxis.
Academic Article 50 Years Ago in TheJournalofPediatrics: Renal Homotransplantations in Children.
Academic Article Reflections on Charlie Gard and the Best Interests Standard From Both Sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
Academic Article 50 Years Ago in The Journal of Pediatrics: Plus ça Change: Halfway Technologies in Pediatrics.
Academic Article "Medical Benefit" and Therapeutic Misconception: The Ethical Conundrum of Phase 1 Pediatric Oncology Research.
Academic Article First World Consensus Conference on pancreas transplantation: Part II - recommendations.
Academic Article Correspondence on "Exploring the motivations of research participants who chose not to learn medically actionable secondary findings about themselves" by Schupmann et al.

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