- Bush, L., Rothenberg, K. – Student
Genetics in Medicine – December 12, 2011View Full Article
Research and bioethical communities need to engage in further dialogue on the controversial issues arising from sequencing, reflecting on these unresolved dilemmas to enrich the policy process.
Enrolling In Deep Brain Stimulation Research For Depression: Influences On Potential Subjects' Decision MakingChristopher, P. P., Leykin, Y., Appelbaum, P. S., Holtzheimer, P. E., Mayberg, H. S., & Dunn, L. B. – Faculty
Depression and Anxiety – November 17, 2011View Full Article
Ethical concerns regarding early-phase clinical trials of DBS for treatment-resistant depression (TRD) include the possibility that participants' decisions to enroll might be motivated by unrealistic expectations of personal benefit or minimization of risks.
- Bergstresser, S.M. – Student
International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics – April 6, 2011View Full Article
Using the case of Esmin Green, Sara May Bergstresser shows how feminist bioethics can offer a unique perspective on power imbalances within social, political, and institutional aspects of psychiatry.
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