The top book publishing magazine Publishers Weekly calls Prof. Robert Klitzman’s latest book, The Ethics Police?, “indispensable.”
Publishers Weekly says, “Stunningly, this is the first book to rigorously review [institutional review boards (IRBs)], which police U.S. clinical trials….Their problems include lack of uniformity, too-long and too-secretive review processes, and a lack of oversight of—and appeals boards for—IRBs themselves.”
Dr. Klitzman is the director of the M.S. program in Bioethics and the author of Am I My Genes? (Oxford University Press), In a House of Dreams and Glass: Becoming a Psychiatrist (Simon & Schuster), and more.