SUSAN M. WOLF
CURRICULUM VITAE
10/10
McKnight Presidential Professor of Law,
Medicine & Public Policy
Faegre & Benson Prof...
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EDITORIAL POSITIONS
Editorial Board, NEUROETHICS (2007-present)
Executive Editor, MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TEC...
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1999-present Professor of Law and Medicine, University of Minnesota Law School
1999-2000 Julius E. Davis Professor, Univ...
4
Models for Active Nanostructures and Nanosystems: Learning from Past Technologies in
a Social Context,” Prof. Susan M. W...
5
Faculty Development Grant, Center for Bioethics (1997-98)
Fesler Research Fellowship (1996)
McKnight Summer Fellowship (...
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the Courts
New York City AIDS Review Panel
New Jersey Citizens' Committee on Biomedical Ethics, Advisory Committee
Memor...
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PUBLICATIONS
I. Books
1. Susan M. Wolf, ed., FEMINISM AND BIOETHICS: BEYOND REPRODUCTION (New York:
Oxford University Pr...
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Challenge to the Structure of Bioethics and Health Law, in OXFORD HANDBOOK OF
NEUROETHICS (Judy Illes & Barbara Sahakian...
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31. Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Informing
Offspring of their Conception by Gamet...
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(Warren T. Reich ed., Macmillan Publishing Co., 2d ed., 1995).
49. Susan M. Wolf, Shifting Paradigms in Bioethics and H...
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IV. Other Articles
69. Susan M. Wolf, Introduction: MJLST at 5 Years, the Consortium at 10, 11(1)
MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF ...
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89. Susan M. Wolf, La Promulgazione di Norme Giuridiche per Regolamentare le
Tecnologie Riproduttive (The Creation of L...
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THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (JAMA) 304 (2001), Letter.
107. Susan M. Wolf, Book Review of F.M. Kamm, Creation and ...
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VII. Testimony and Published Transcript
127. Susan M. Wolf, Broadening the Bioethics Agenda, in The Role of Bioethics i...
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Consortium on Law and Values, Joint Degree Program, Academic Health Center, and
Stem Cell Institute, University of Minn...
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Values, University of Minnesota, 2002 (with Prof. Jeffrey Kahn)
“Governing GMOs: Developing Policy in the Face of Scien...
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University of California, San Francisco (San Francisco, CA), on euthanasia
New York Academy of Medicine (New York, NY),...
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American Society for Bioethics & Humanities (ASBH) (elected to Board of Directors, 2001-04)
American Society of Law, Me...
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  1. 1. SUSAN M. WOLF CURRICULUM VITAE 10/10 McKnight Presidential Professor of Law, Medicine & Public Policy Faegre & Benson Professor of Law Professor of Law and Medicine University of Minnesota N140 Mondale Hall 229 19th Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55455 Professor of Medicine, Dept. of Medicine University of Minnesota Medical School Faculty Member, Center for Bioethics University of Minnesota Chair, Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences Director, Joint Degree Program in Law, Health & the Life Sciences Tel.: 612-625-3406 FAX: 612-624-9143 E-mail: swolf@umn.edu EDUCATION Princeton University, A.B. 1975 Summa Cum Laude Yale Law School, J.D. 1980 Harvard University, Ph.D. candidate 1977-78 HONORS Member (elected), Institute of Medicine (IOM) (2009-present) Fellow (elected), American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) (2008-present) McKnight Presidential Professor of Law, Medicine & Public Policy (2006-present) Faegre & Benson Professor, University of Minnesota Law School (2000-present) Julius E. Davis Professor, University of Minnesota Law School (1999-2000) Opperman Research Scholar, University of Minnesota Law School (1998-99) Board of Directors (elected), American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) (2001-04) Fellow (elected) (1993) and Fellows Council (1998-2000), The Hastings Center Member, Ethics Committee, American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) (2002-05) David Barap Brin Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (2002) Medical School Merit Award, University of Minnesota (1996) Jonathan J. King Lectureship, Stanford University Medical Center (1994) Fellow, Program in Ethics and the Professions, Harvard University (1992-93) Visiting Professor, The Cambridge Hospital, Cambridge, MA (1990) Maclean Fellow, Princeton University (1988-89) National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, The Hastings Center (1984-85) Isidore Brown Thesis Award, Princeton University (1975)
  2. 2. 2 EDITORIAL POSITIONS Editorial Board, NEUROETHICS (2007-present) Executive Editor, MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (2004-present) Editorial Board, JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS (2002-present) Editorial Board, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BIOETHICS (2001-04) Editorial Board, JOURNAL OF URBAN HEALTH (continuing) Reviewer of manuscripts for: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MANAGED CARE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH HASTINGS CENTER REPORT IRB: ETHICS ANDHUMAN RESEARCH JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (JAMA) JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ETHICS JOURNAL OF ETHICS, LAW,AND AGING JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLITICS, POLICY AND LAW JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS LANCET MILBANK QUARTERLY NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE SOCIAL SCIENCE ANDMEDICINE Reviewer of proposals for: National Institutes of Health (NIH), Nat’l Human Genome Research Inst. (NHGRI) National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) National Science Foundation (NSF) (and site visit 6/07) W.T. Grant Foundation Oxford University Press Cornell University Press BAR ADMISSIONS 1982 New York State (App. Div., 1st Dept.) 1983 Southern District of New York 1991 U.S. Supreme Court WORK EXPERIENCE 2006-present McKnight Presidential Professor of Law, Medicine & Public Policy, University of Minnesota 2006-present Faculty Chair, Concentration in Health Law & Bioethics, University of Minnesota Law School 2000-present Faegre & Benson Professor, University of Minnesota Law School <www.law.umn.edu/FacultyProfiles/WolfS.htm> 2000-present Professor of Medicine, University of Minnesota Medical School 2000-present Founding Chair, Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences, University of Minnesota <www.lifesci.consortium.umn.edu> 1999-present Founding Director, Joint Degree Program in Law, Health & the Life Sciences, University of Minnesota <www.jointdegree.umn.edu>
  3. 3. 3 1999-present Professor of Law and Medicine, University of Minnesota Law School 1999-2000 Julius E. Davis Professor, University of Minnesota Law School 1993-99 Associate Professor of Law and Medicine (awarded tenure 1996), University of Minnesota Law School 1993-present Faculty Member, Center for Bioethics, University of Minnesota <www.bioethics.umn.edu/faculty/wolf_s.shtml> 1992-94 Consultant, The Hastings Center, Briarcliff Manor, NY 1992-93 Fellow, Program in Ethics and the Professions, Harvard University 1985-92 Associate for Law, The Hastings Center 1987-92 Adjunct Associate Professor, New York University School of Law 1984-85 National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, The Hastings Center 1984-85 Legal Assistant to Vice Chairman Morris B. Abram, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (part-time) 1981-84 Associate, Litigation Department, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, NYC 1980-81 Law Clerk to Judge Leonard B. Sand, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York Summer ‘79 Summer Associate, Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC Summer ‘78 Staff Research Associate to Professor C.B. Kopp, Project Reach, Department of Education, UCLA Summer ‘77 Summer Intern, American Civil Liberties Union, NYC 1976 Research Associate, Institute of Judicial Administration, NYC GRANTS & GIFTS Grant from National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) (2009-11), on “Managing Incidental Findings and Research Results in Genomic Biobanks & Archives,” Prof. Susan M. Wolf (PI) with Profs. Brian Van Ness, Jeffrey Kahn & Frances Lawrenz (Co-Investigators), $911,559 Grant from National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) (2009-11), on “Nanodiagnostics and Nanotherapeutics: Building Research Ethics and Oversight,” Prof. Susan M. Wolf (PI) with Profs. Jeffrey McCullough, Jeffrey Kahn & Ralph Hall (Co-Investigators), $914,044 Grant from the MacArthur Foundation (2008-09), subaward from University of California, Santa Barbara on “How Should Neuroscience Change Law? Lessons from the Impact of Genetics and Emerging Convergence of Genomics and Neuroscience,” Prof. Susan M. Wolf (PI), $10,000 Grant from the Greenwall Foundation (2007-08) on “Emerging Problems in Neurogenomics: Ethical, Legal & Policy Issues at the Intersection of Genomics & Neuroscience,” Prof. Susan M. Wolf (PI) with Prof. Harry Orr & Jordan Paradise (Co-Investigators), $25,000 Grant from the MacArthur Foundation (2007-10) on “Law & Neuroscience,” Prof. Michael S. Gazzaniga (PI); Prof. Susan M. Wolf, Project Member, $10 million Grant from National Science Foundation (NSF) (2006-10) on “NIRT: Evaluating Oversight
  4. 4. 4 Models for Active Nanostructures and Nanosystems: Learning from Past Technologies in a Social Context,” Prof. Susan M. Wolf (PI) with Prof. Efrosini Kokkoli, Prof. Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Prof. Jennifer Kuzma & Jordan Paradise (Co-Principal Investigators), $1,220,765 Grant from the Greenwall Foundation for 2007 Oscar M. Ruebhausen Visiting Professor, Profs. Jeffrey P. Kahn, Susan M. Wolf (University of Minnesota) & Barbara Koenig (Mayo College of Medicine), $25,000 Grants from the Donaghue Medical ResearchFoundation and Sussman Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust to The Hastings Center (2006-09) to revise and expand GUIDELINES ON THE TERMINATION OF LIFE SUSTAINING TREATMENT ANDTHE CARE OF THE DYING (Indiana University Press, 1987), Dr. Nancy Berlinger (Project Director); Prof. Susan M. Wolf, Consultant, $380,000 Grant from National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) (2005-07), on “Managing Incidental Findings in Human Subjects Research,” Prof. Susan M. Wolf (PI) with Profs. Charles Nelson, Jeffrey Kahn & Frances Lawrenz (Co-Investigators), $587,559 Gifts from Deinard family and Leonard, Street and Deinard to increase endowment for Deinard Memorial Lecture on Law & Medicine (2005-06), $50,000 Grant from National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) (2003-04), on “Colliding Categories: Haplotypes, Race & Ethnicity,” Dr. Jon Kahn (PI), Profs. Susan M. Wolf & Jeffrey Kahn, Co-Investigators, $208,074 Grant from National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) (2000-04), on “Genetics & Disability Insurance: Ethics, Law & Policy,” Prof. Jeffrey Kahn (PI) & Prof. Susan M. Wolf, Co-Investigator, $442,410 Grant from the Office of the President, University of Minnesota, naming the Consortium on Law and Values one of eight Interdisciplinary Academic Initiatives (award in 2003-04) Grant from the President’s 21st Century Interdisciplinary Conference Series, University of Minnesota (2003), $25,000 Gift from Fredrikson & Byron for an annual scholarship for a student in the Joint Degree Program in Law, Health & the Life Sciences (2001-present), $2500/year Grant from the President’s Sesquicentennial Conference Series Committee, University of Minnesota (2000), $25,000 Gift from Faegre & Benson to establish the Faegre & Benson Lecture Series in Law, Health & the Life Sciences (2000), $20,000/year for 3 years Gifts from the Minnesota Intellectual Property Law Association for a scholarship for a student in the Joint Degree Program in Law, Health & the Life Sciences (2000, 2003-05), $1000- $1500/year Grants from the Law School (and Robina Fund); Graduate School; Academic Health Center; Medical School; School of Public Health; College of Biological Sciences; College of Natural Resources; College of Veterinary Medicine; College of Agricultural, Food, and Environmental Sciences; College of Pharmacy; Cancer Center; Center for Bioethics; Biomedical Genomics Center; MD/PhD Program; Minnesota Medical Foundation, University of Minnesota (1999-present), various amounts Grants from the Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, University of Minnesota (1998-present)
  5. 5. 5 Faculty Development Grant, Center for Bioethics (1997-98) Fesler Research Fellowship (1996) McKnight Summer Fellowship (1996), on “Rescuing Patients’ Rights: Facing a Future of Managed Care” University of Minnesota Graduate School Faculty Summer Research Fellowship (1996) McKnight Summer Fellowship (1994), on “Patients’ Rights and Physicians’ Duties in the Context of Health Care Reform” University of Minnesota Graduate School Faculty Summer Research Fellowship (1994) Harvard University Fellowship, Program in Ethics and the Professions (1992-93) Grant from Shirley Katzenbach (1991-93), on “The Future of the Doctor/Patient Relationship,” Hastings Center, Project Director Grant from Pettus-Crowe Foundation (1990-93), on “Feminism, Communitarianism & Bioethics,” Hastings Center, Project Director Grant from Donnelley Trust (1990-93), on “Feminism, Communitarianism & Bioethics,” Hastings Center, Project Director Grants from Greenwall Foundation (1987-90), on “Termination of Treatment” and on “Feminism, Communitarianism & Bioethics,” Hastings Center, Project Director Grant from Shirley Katzenbach (1985-87), on “Termination of Life-Sustaining Treatment and the Care of the Dying,” Hastings Center, Project Director National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, Hastings Center (1984-85) GOVERNMENT AND COMMITTEE SERVICE Institute of Medicine (IOM), National Academies, Speaker, Workshop on Venture Philanthropy Strategies Used by Patient Organizations to Support Translational Research, for Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders Institute of Medicine (IOM), National Academies, Workshop Participant on Ethical Considerations in Preventive Intervention Research, for Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), Working Group on Ethical and Practical Guidelines for Reporting Genetic Research Results to Study Participants National Institutes of Health (NIH), Trans-NIH/Stanford University Meeting on incidental findings in neuroimaging research National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Center for Human Genome Research (NHGRI), ad hoc study section member Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), U.S. Congress, Panel on Institutional Protocols for Making Decisions About Life-Sustaining Treatment Association of American Law Schools (AALS), Chair, Section on Law, Medicine & Health Care American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH), Board of Directors American Bar Association (ABA), Coordinating Group on Bioethics and the Law American Medical Association (AMA), Medical Ethics Video Advisory Panel American Medical Association (AMA), Working Group on Organizational Ethics American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), Ethics Committee American Academy of Pediatrics, Legal Consultant to Committee on Bioethics National Center for State Courts, Coordinating Council on Life-Sustaining Decision Making by
  6. 6. 6 the Courts New York City AIDS Review Panel New Jersey Citizens' Committee on Biomedical Ethics, Advisory Committee Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Ethics Committee Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Institutional Ethics Committee Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee on Medicine and Law Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Ad Hoc Comm. on Surrogate Motherhood Decisions Near the End of Life, Legal Task Force & Chair, Design Committee American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Working Group on HIV Counseling, Testing, and Treatment After Rape American Civil Liberties Union, Committee for the Formation of a Surrogacy Policy Blake School, Board of Trustees UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE SERVICE Member, Search Committee, Center for Bioethics, Faculty Hire (2007) Member, Law School Robina Retreat Committee (2006) Member, Distinguished McKnight Professorship Committee (2005-07) Member, National Academies Nomination Committee (2005-06) Member, Task Force on Collegiate Design for the College of Liberal Arts (2005-06) Member, Law School Promotion and Tenure Committee (2004-08) Member, Ethics Committee, Minnesota Partnership for Biotechnology and Medical Genomics, University of Minnesota/Mayo Clinic (2003-05) Member, Stem Cell Ethics Advisory Committee (2002-08) Member, Search Committee, Law School Dean (2001-02) Chair, Law School Committee on Interdisciplinary Appointments and Joint Degree Programs (1997-present) Chair, Law School Appointments Committee (1996-97) Member, Law School Appointments Committee (1995-99) Member, Law School Educational Policy Committee (1995-96) Member, Law School Consultative Committee (1993-95) Member, Law School Honor Code Council (1993-94) Member, Search Committee, Center for Bioethics, Faculty Hire (1998) Member, Search Committee, Center for Biomedical Ethics, Faculty Hire (1996-97) Member, Search Committee, Center for Biomedical Ethics Director (1994-96) Member, University Public-Private Partnership Committee (1994-95) Law School delegate, University Senate, Faculty Senate & Twin Cities Assembly (1994-96) TEACHING Health Law & Policy Law, Biomedicine & Bioethics Genetics and Assisted Reproduction: Law & Ethics Law, Health & the Life Sciences: Joint Degree Program Proseminar Physician and Society (Medical School) Independent Study
  7. 7. 7 PUBLICATIONS I. Books 1. Susan M. Wolf, ed., FEMINISM AND BIOETHICS: BEYOND REPRODUCTION (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996). 2. COORDINATING COUNCIL ON LIFE-SUSTAINING MEDICAL TREATMENT DECISION MAKING BY THE COURTS, GUIDELINES FOR STATECOURT DECISION MAKING IN LIFE-SUSTAINING MEDICAL TREATMENT CASES (St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 2d expanded edition, 1992), Council member. 3. COORDINATING COUNCIL ON LIFE-SUSTAINING MEDICAL TREATMENT DECISION MAKING BY THE COURTS, GUIDELINES FOR STATECOURT DECISION MAKING IN LIFE-SUSTAINING MEDICAL TREATMENT CASES (St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co., 1991), Council member. 4. GUIDELINES ON THE TERMINATION OF LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT ANDTHE CARE OF THE DYING: A REPORT OF THE HASTINGS CENTER (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press & The Hastings Center, 1987), principal author and project director. 5. Nancy Berlinger, Bruce Jennings & Susan M. Wolf, ETHICS GUIDELINES FOR DECISION- MAKINGABOUT LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT ANDCARE NEAR THE END OF LIFE (forthcoming 2011). II. Edited Symposia 6. Leili Fatehi, Susan M. Wolf, Jennifer Kuzma & Gurumurthy Ramachandran, eds., Reinventing Nanobiotechnology Governance, JOURNAL OF NANOPARTICLE RESEARCH (in preparation) (order of editors to be determined). 7. Susan M. Wolf, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Jennifer Kuzma & Jordan Paradise, eds., Developing Oversight Approaches to Nanobiotechnology: The Lessons of History, 37 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 543-789(2009). 8. Susan M. Wolf, Jeffrey P. Kahn, Frances Lawrenz & Charles A. Nelson, eds., Managing Incidental Findings in Human Subjects Research: From Imaging to Genomics, 36 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 216-383 (2008). 9. Jeffrey P. Kahn & Susan M. Wolf, eds., Genetic Testing and Disability Insurance, 35 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 5-89(2007). 10. Susan M. Wolf, ed., The Responsible Use of Racial and Ethnic Categories in Biomedical Research: Where Do We Go From Here?, 34 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 483- 558 (2006). III. Major Articles & Book Chapters 11. Richard R. Fabsitz…Susan M. Wolf et al., Ethical and Practical Guidelines for Reporting Genetic Research Results to Study Participants: Updated Guidelines from an NHLBI Working Group (submitted). 12. Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Susan M. Wolf, Jordan Paradise, Jennifer Kuzma, Ralph Hall, Efrosini Kokkoli & Leili Fatehi, Recommendations for Oversight of Nanobiotechnology: Dynamic Oversight for Complex and Convergent Technology (submitted). 13. Susan M. Wolf, Incidental Findings in Neuroscience Research: A Fundamental
  8. 8. 8 Challenge to the Structure of Bioethics and Health Law, in OXFORD HANDBOOK OF NEUROETHICS (Judy Illes & Barbara Sahakian eds., forthcoming). 14. Nicholas M. Orme…Susan M. Wolf, Incidental Findings in Imaging Research: Evaluating Incidence, Benefit and Burden, 170 ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE 1525- 32 (2010). 15. Susan M. Wolf, Rishi Gupta & Peter Kohlhepp, Gene Therapy Oversight: Lessons for Nanobiotechnology, 37 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 659-84 (2009). 16. Jordan Paradise, Susan M. Wolf, Jennifer Kuzma, Aliya Kuzhabekova, Alison W. Tisdale, Efrosini Kokkoli & Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Developing U.S. Oversight Strategies for Nanobiotechnology: Learning from Past Oversight Experiences, 37 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 688-705 (2009). 17. Jennifer Kuzma, Jordan Paradise, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Jee-Ae Kim, Adam Kokotovich & Susan M. Wolf, An Integrated Approach to Oversight Assessment for Emerging Technologies, 28 RISK ANALYSIS 1197-220 (2008). 18. Susan M. Wolf, Confronting Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia: My Father’s Death, 38(5) HASTINGS CENTER REPORT 23-26 (2008). 19. Susan M. Wolf, Neurolaw: The Big Question, 8(1) AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BIOETHICS, AJOB NEUROSCIENCE 21-22 (2008). 20. Susan M. Wolf et al., Managing Incidental Findings in Human Subjects Research: Analysis and Recommendations, 36 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 219-48 (2008). 21. Susan M. Wolf, Jordan Paradise & Charlisse Caga-anan, The Law of Incidental Findings in Human Subjects Research: Establishing Researchers’ Duties, 36 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 361-83 (2008). 22. Hassan Siddiki, J.G. Fletcher, Beth McFarland, Nora Dajani, Nicholas Orme, Barbara Koenig, Marguerite Strobel & Susan M. Wolf, Incidental Findings in CT Colonography: Literature Review and Survey of Current Research Practice, 36 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 320-31 (2008). 23. Jordan Paradise, Susan M. Wolf, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Efrosini Kokkoli, Ralph Hall & Jennifer Kuzma, Developing Oversight Frameworks for Nanobiotechnology, 9 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 399-415 (2008). 24. J. Illes…Susan M. Wolf et al., Practical Approaches to Incidental Findings in Brain Imaging Research, 70 NEUROLOGY 384-90 (2008). 25. Susan M. Wolf & Jeffrey P. Kahn, with input from the Working Group on Genetic Testing in Disability Insurance, Genetic Testing and the Future of Disability Insurance: Ethics, Law & Policy, 35 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 6-32(2007). 26. J. Illes…Susan M. Wolf, and the Working Group on Incidental Findings in Brain Imaging Research, Incidental Findings in Brain Imaging Research, 311 SCIENCE 783-84 (2006). 27. Susan M. Wolf, Doctor and Patient: An Unfinished Revolution, 6 YALE JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLICY, LAW,AND ETHICS 485-500 (2006). 28. Susan M. Wolf, Assessing Physician Compliance with the Rules for Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, 165 ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE 1677-79 (2005). 29. Susan M. Wolf, Physician-Assisted Suicide, 21 CLINICS IN GERIATRIC MEDICINE 179-92 (Linda L. Emanuel ed., 2005). 30. Susan M. Wolf, Law & Bioethics: From Values to Violence, 32 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 293-306 (2004).
  9. 9. 9 31. Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Informing Offspring of their Conception by Gamete Donation, 81 FERTILITY & STERILITY 527-31 (2004), Committee member. 32. Susan M. Wolf, Jeffrey P. Kahn & John E. Wagner, Clinical, Ethical, and Legal Issues in Using Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis to Create a Stem Cell Donor, 31 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 327-39 (2003). 33. Susan M. Wolf & Thomas G. Horejsi, Should We Offer Predictive Tests for Fatal Inherited Diseases and, If So, How?, in ETHICAL DILEMMAS IN NEUROLOGY 22-40 (Adam Zeman & Linda L. Emanuel eds., W.B. Saunders, 2000). 34. Susan M. Wolf, Toward a Systemic Theory of Informed Consent in Managed Care, 35 HOUSTON LAW REVIEW 1631-81 (1999). 35. Susan M. Wolf, Advocating for Patients in Managed Care: Commentary, in ETHICAL CHALLENGES IN MANAGED CARE: A CASEBOOK 219-26 (Karen Gervais et al. eds., Routledge, 1999). 36. Susan M. Wolf, Pragmatism in the Face of Death: The Role of Facts in the Assisted Suicide Debate, 82 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 1063-1101 (1998). 37. Susan M. Wolf, Foreword: Facing Death, 82 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 885-93 (1998). 38. Susan M. Wolf, Erasing Difference: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Bioethics, in EMBODYING BIOETHICS: RECENT FEMINIST ADVANCES 65-81 (Laura M. Purdy & Anne Donchin eds., Rowman and Littlefield, 1999). 39. Susan M. Wolf, Facing Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia in Children and Adolescents, in REGULATING HOW WE DIE: THE ETHICAL, MEDICAL, AND LEGAL ISSUES SURROUNDING PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE 92-119, 274-94 (Linda L. Emanuel ed., Harvard University Press, 1998). 40. Susan M. Wolf, Ban Cloning? Why NBAC is Wrong, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Sept.- Oct. 1997, at 12-15. 41. Susan M. Wolf, Physician-Assisted Suicide, Abortion, and Treatment Refusal: Using Gender to Analyze the Difference, in PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE 167-201 (Robert Weir ed., Indiana University Press, 1997). 42. Susan M. Wolf, Physician-Assisted Suicide in the Context of Managed Care, 35 DUQUESNE LAW REVIEW 455-79 (1996). 43. Susan M. Wolf, Foreword: Bioethics – From Mirror to Window, 15 ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY PUBLIC LAW REVIEW 183-89 (1996). 44. Susan M. Wolf, Introduction: Gender and Feminism in Bioethics, in FEMINISM & BIOETHICS: BEYOND REPRODUCTION 3-43 (Susan M. Wolf ed., Oxford University Press, 1996). 45. Susan M. Wolf, Gender, Feminism, and Death: Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia, in FEMINISM & BIOETHICS: BEYOND REPRODUCTION 282-17 (Susan M. Wolf ed., Oxford University Press, 1996). 46. Linda L. Emanuel for the Working Group on Accountability, Members:...Susan M. Wolf..., A Professional Response to Demands for Accountability: Practical Recommendations Regarding Ethical Aspects of Patient Care, 124 ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE 240-49 (1996). 47. Susan M. Wolf, Beyond “Genetic Discrimination:” Toward the Broader Harm of Geneticism, 23 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 345-53 (1995). 48. Susan M. Wolf, Iatrogenic Illness and Injury, in 3 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BIOETHICS 1187-91
  10. 10. 10 (Warren T. Reich ed., Macmillan Publishing Co., 2d ed., 1995). 49. Susan M. Wolf, Shifting Paradigms in Bioethics and Health Law: The Rise of a New Pragmatism, 20 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LAW & MEDICINE 395-415 (1994). 50. Susan M. Wolf, Quality Assessment of Ethics in Health Care: The Accountability Revolution, 20 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LAW & MEDICINE 105-28 (1994). 51. Susan M. Wolf, Health Care Reform and the Future of Physician Ethics, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Mar.-Apr. 1994, at 28-41. 52. Susan M. Wolf, Toward a Theory of Process, 20 LAW,MEDICINE & HEALTH CARE 278- 90 (1993). 53. Susan M. Wolf, Beyond the Double Agent: Moving Toward an Ethics of Case Management, in ETHICAL CONFLICTS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HOME CARE: THE CASE MANAGER'S DILEMMA 59-68 (Rosalie A. Kane & Arthur L. Caplan eds., Springer Publishing Co., 1993). 54. Susan M. Wolf, Final Exit: The End of Argument, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Jan.-Feb. 1992, at 30-33. 55. Susan M. Wolf et al., Sources of Concern About the Patient Self-Determination Act, 325 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 1666-71 (1991). 56. Susan M. Wolf, Ethics Committees and Due Process: Nesting Rights in a Community of Caring, 50 MARYLAND LAW REVIEW 798-858 (1991). 57. Susan M. Wolf, “Near Death” -- In the Moment of Decision, 322 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 208-10 (1990). 58. Susan M. Wolf, Nancy Beth Cruzan: In No Voice At All, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Jan.-Feb. 1990, at 38-41. 59. Susan M. Wolf, Holding the Line on Euthanasia, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Jan.-Feb. 1989, at 13-15. 60. Susan M. Wolf, Conflict Between Doctor and Patient, 16 LAW,MEDICINE & HEALTH CARE 197-203 (1988). 61. Susan M. Wolf, Enforcing Surrogate Motherhood Agreements: The Trouble with Specific Performance, 4 N.Y. LAW SCHOOL HUMANRIGHTS ANNUAL 375-412 (1987). 62. Susan M. Wolf, Trying Not to Talk Forever: A Tool for Change, 15 LAW,MEDICINE & HEALTH CARE 248-53 (1987/88). 63. Susan M. Wolf, Ethics Committees in the Courts, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, June 1986, at 12-15. 64. Mildred Z. Solomon...Susan M. Wolf et al., Decisions Near the End of Life: Professional Views on Life-Sustaining Treatments, 83 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH 14-23 (1993). 65. Mildred Z. Solomon...Susan M. Wolf et al., Toward an Expanded Vision of Clinical Ethics Education: From the Individual to the Institution, 1 KENNEDY INSTITUTE OF ETHICS JOURNAL 225-45 (1991). 66. Bruce Jennings, Daniel Callahan & Susan M. Wolf, The Professions: Public Interest and Common Good, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Feb. 1987, at 3-11. 67. Ronald Bayer, Carol Levine & Susan M. Wolf, HIV Antibody Screening: An Ethical Framework for Evaluating Proposed Programs, 256 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (JAMA) 1768-74 (1986). 68. Morris B. Abram & Susan M. Wolf, Public Involvement in Medical Ethics, A Model for Government Action, 310 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 627-32 (1984).
  11. 11. 11 IV. Other Articles 69. Susan M. Wolf, Introduction: MJLST at 5 Years, the Consortium at 10, 11(1) MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (forthcoming 2010). 70. Jordan Paradise, Susan M. Wolf, Jennifer Kuzma, Gurumurthy Ramachandran & Efrosini Kokkoli, Introduction: The Challenge of Developing Oversight Approaches to Nanobiotechnology, 37 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 543-45 (2009). 71. Susan M. Wolf, Introduction: The Challenge of Incidental Findings, 36 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 216-18 (2008). 72. Jordan Paradise & Susan M. Wolf, Risks Posed By New Biomedical Technologies: How Do We Analyze, Communicate and Regulate Risk?, LAHEY CLINIC MEDICAL ETHICS, Fall 2006, at 5-8. 73. Susan M. Wolf, Euthanasia, in THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA (World Book, Inc., 2008 ed.). 74. Susan M. Wolf, Living Will, in THE WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA (World Book, Inc., 2007 ed.). 75. Susan M. Wolf, Introduction: Debating the Use of Racial and Ethnic Categories in Research, 34 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 483-86 (2006). 76. Susan M. Wolf, Are We Making Progress in the Debate Over Racial and Ethnic Categories in Biomedical Research?, 37 NATURE GENETICS 789-90 (2005). 77. Susan M. Wolf & Jeffrey P. Kahn, Bioethics Matures: The Field Faces the Future, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, July-Aug. 2005, at 6-8. 78. Susan M. Wolf, Death and Dying in America: Schiavo’s Implications, MINNESOTA MEDICINE, June 2005, at 34-35. 79. Susan M. Wolf, The Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology: A New Kind of Interdisciplinarity, 6 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY i-vi (2004). 80. Susan M. Wolf, Discrimination Against the Infertile: The Supreme Court Speaks, MINNESOTA MEDICINE, Oct. 1998, at 49-52. 81. Susan M. Wolf, Should There Be an Age Limit for Recipients of Donor Oocytes? No, OB/GYN NEWS, Aug. 15, 1997, at 12. 82. Susan M. Wolf, The Ethical Challenge of Managed Care: A Critique of the AMA's Stance, MINNESOTA MEDICINE, June 1996, at 29-32. 83. Susan M. Wolf, Constitutional Controversy over Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia, CENTER FOR BIOMEDICAL ETHICS NEWSLETTER (University of Minnesota), Summer 1995, at 1-2. 84. Susan M. Wolf, Discussion: Euthanasia and the Care of Dying Patients (W. Bradford Patterson and Ezekiel J. Emanuel eds.), 7 JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY 1516-21 (1994). 85. Susan M. Wolf, Dreams, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, July-Aug. 1992, At the Center. 86. Susan M. Wolf, Due Process in Ethics Committee Case Review, 4 HEC FORUM 83-96 (1992). 87. Susan M. Wolf, Honoring Broader Directives, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Sept.-Oct. 1991, at 58-59. 88. Susan M. Wolf, After Cruzan: Preserving the Right to Refuse Unwanted Treatment, 15 AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PSYCHIATRY ANDTHE LAW NEWSLETTER 82-84 (1990).
  12. 12. 12 89. Susan M. Wolf, La Promulgazione di Norme Giuridiche per Regolamentare le Tecnologie Riproduttive (The Creation of Legal Standards to Govern Reproductive Technologies), in SCIENZA ED ETICA NELLA CENTRALITA DELL'UOMO 244-47 (Paolo Cattorini ed., FrancoAngeli, 1990). 90. Susan M. Wolf, On the Road, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Nov.-Dec. 1989, At the Center. 91. Susan M. Wolf, “Maybe Together...:” A Lawyer Among Allies, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Mar.-Apr. 1989, At the Center. 92. Susan M. Wolf, The Evolution of the Right to Refuse Treatment, 1 DECISIONS NEAR THE END OF LIFE 10 (Newton, MA: Education Development Center, 1989). 93. Susan M. Wolf, When Doctors Dissent: The Limits of Objection and Withdrawal, 2 DECISIONS NEAR THE END OF LIFE 20 (Newton, MA: Education Development Center, 1989). 94. Susan M. Wolf, The Law, Too, Urges Planning, 3 DECISIONS NEAR THE END OF LIFE 22 (Newton, MA: Education Development Center, 1989). 95. Susan M. Wolf, For Lack of a Crystal Ball and a Second Self: The Real World of Surrogate Decisions, 5 DECISIONS NEAR THE END OF LIFE 18 (Newton, MA: Education Development Center, 1989). 96. Susan M. Wolf, Trying to Work it Out, 6 DECISIONS NEAR THE END OF LIFE 6 (Newton, MA: Education Development Center, 1989). 97. Susan M. Wolf, The Persistent Problem of PVS, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Mar. 1988, at 26. 98. Susan M. Wolf, Whose Decision? The Case of Roy Gantos -- Commentary, in CASEBOOK ON THE TERMINATION OF LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT AND THE CARE OF THE DYING 4-7 (Cynthia B. Cohen ed., Indiana University Press & The Hastings Center, 1988). 99. Susan M. Wolf, Life Versus Religious Liberty: The Case of Jamal Burke -- Commentary, in CASEBOOK ON THE TERMINATION OF LIFE-SUSTAINING TREATMENT AND THE CARE OF THE DYING 52-54 (Cynthia B. Cohen ed., Indiana University Press & The Hastings Center, 1988). 100. Susan M. Wolf & Strachan Donnelley, Doing Ethics in Italy, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Aug.-Sept. 1988, at 132. 101. Susan M. Wolf, Reaching Judges, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, June 1987, At the Center. V. Book Reviews and Letters 102. Susan M. Wolf, Book Review of BIOETHICS IN LAW by Bethany Spielman, 357 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 426-27 (2007). 103. Susan M. Wolf, Jeffrey P. Kahn, Frances Lawrenz & Charles A. Nelson, The Incidentalome, 296 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (JAMA) 2800- 01 (2006), Letter. 104. John E. Wagner, Jeffrey P. Kahn, Susan M. Wolf & Jeffrey M. Lipton, Preimplantation Testing to Produce an HLA-Matched Donor Infant, 292 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (JAMA) 803-04 (2004), Letter. 105. Susan M. Wolf, Creating Embryos for Research, NEW YORK TIMES, June 2, 2002, Letter. 106. Susan M. Wolf, Negative Outcomes of Infant Home Apnea Monitoring, 286 JOURNAL OF
  13. 13. 13 THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (JAMA) 304 (2001), Letter. 107. Susan M. Wolf, Book Review of F.M. Kamm, Creation and Abortion: A Study in Moral and Legal Philosophy, 10 CONSTITUTIONAL COMMENTARY502-9 (1993). 108. Susan M. Wolf, A Right to Exit?, HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, Nov.-Dec. 1992, at 45, Reply to Letters. 109. Susan M. Wolf, Book Review of Surrogate Motherhood: Politics and Privacy (Larry Gostin ed.), 102 ETHICS 671-72 (1992). 110. Susan M. Wolf et al., The Patient Self-Determination Act, 326 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 1502-3 (1992), Reply to Letters. 111. Susan M. Wolf, Decision-Making in “Near Death,” 322 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 1606 (1990), Reply to Letters. 112. Susan M. Wolf, The Health Care Needs of Homeless and Runaway Youths, 263 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (JAMA) 811 (1990), Letter. 113. Susan M. Wolf, The Right to Die, 109 ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE 79 (1988), Letter. 114. Ronald Bayer, Carol Levine & Susan M. Wolf, Mandatory Screening for HIV Antibody, 257 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (JAMA) 625 (1987), Reply to Letter. 115. Morris B. Abram & Susan M. Wolf, Public Involvement in Medical Ethics, 311 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 264 (1984), Reply to Letters. VI. Newspaper Commentary 116. Susan M. Wolf, Let’s Talk About Science, MINNEAPOLIS STARTRIBUNE, Jan. 26, 2009, Commentary. 117. Susan M. Wolf, Court Ruling Doesn’t Answer Assisted Suicide Questions, ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS, Jan. 29, 2006, Op-ed. 118. Susan M. Wolf, What “Million Dollar Baby” Says About Disability and Death, ST.PAUL PIONEER PRESS, Feb. 13, 2005, Op-ed. 119. Susan M. Wolf, Supreme Court Decision Rightly Forces More Talk About Life's End, MINNEAPOLIS STARTRIBUNE, July 6, 1997, Op-ed. 120. Susan M. Wolf, Why the Bioethics Commission Is Wrong to Seek a Ban on Cloning, MINNEAPOLIS STARTRIBUNE, June 19, 1997, Commentary. 121. Susan M. Wolf, Key to Clinton Health Plan Is Choice that Works at Every Level, MINNEAPOLIS STARTRIBUNE, Oct. 27, 1993, Commentary. 122. Susan M. Wolf, More Women Doctors Will Make Doctors' Lives More Human, NEWSDAY, Feb. 16, 1990, Op-Ed. 123. Susan M. Wolf, Progress on Three Fronts, NEW JERSEY LAW JOURNAL, July 16, 1987, at 23. 124. Susan M. Wolf, Humane Rules on Surrogate Motherhood, MORRISTOWN DAILY RECORD, Jan. 25, 1987, Op-Ed. 125. Susan M. Wolf, New York Avoids Dealing With Death, NEW YORK TIMES, Nov. 30, 1985, Op-Ed. 126. Jennifer Trahan & Susan M. Wolf, Rights of State and Family Clash in Forced- Immunization Cases, NATIONALLAW JOURNAL, May 13, 1991, at 28.
  14. 14. 14 VII. Testimony and Published Transcript 127. Susan M. Wolf, Broadening the Bioethics Agenda, in The Role of Bioethics in Health Care Policy: Transcript Proceedings, Center for Biomedical Ethics, University of Minnesota, 1995, at 41-43. 128. Susan M. Wolf, The Obstacles to Ethical Decisions in Medicine: The Case of Life- Sustaining Treatment, Testimony before the U.S. Congress, Joint Economic Committee, Subcommittee on Education and Health, June 21, 1988. 129. Susan M. Wolf, Testimony on AIDS and the Care of the Dying, Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic, Mar. 17, 1988. 130. Susan M. Wolf, Testimony on Surrogate Motherhood, New York State Senate, Child Care Committee, Apr. 10, 1987. VIII. Other 131. Susan M. Wolf & Elizabeth Stuva, Model “Women’s Infertility Act” (Feb. 2003). 132. Susan M. Wolf & Stacy Hauer, Selected and Annotated Bibliography on Public Health Responses to Bioterrorism (Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences, Dec. 2001). 133. Susan M. Wolf, The Termination of Life-Sustaining Treatment and the Care of the Dying, The Hastings Center Audiotapes on Bioethics, 1993. SELECTED CONFERENCES ORGANIZED (most archived at <www.lifesci.consortium.umn.edu/conferences/conferences.php>) “Governing Nanobiotechnology: Reinventing Oversight in the 21st Century,” Consortium on Law and Values, sponsored in part by National Science Foundation (NSF) grant #SES- 0608791, University of Minnesota, April 2010 (with Profs. Ralph Hall, Efrosini Kokkoli, Jennifer Kuzma, Jordan Paradise, Gurumurthy Ramachandran)—symposium to be published in JOURNAL OF NANOPARTICLE RESEARCH “What’s Next in Law, Health & the Life Sciences? Debating Openness, Access & Accountability,” Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, sponsored in part by a grant from the Robina Fund, University of Minnesota Law School, March 2009 (with Consortium Executive Committee)—selected articles published in 11(1) MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (2010) “Emerging Problems in Neurogenomics: Ethical, Legal & Policy Issues at the Intersection of Genomics & Neuroscience,” Consortium on Law and Values, Institute for Translational Neuroscience, and Academic Health Center, sponsored in part by a grant from The Greenwall Foundation, University of Minnesota, February 2008 (with Prof. Harry Orr & Jordan Paradise)—article by Illes & Lombera published in 10 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 71-94(2009) “Managing Incidental Findings in Human Subjects Research: From Imaging to Genomics” Consortium on Law and Values, sponsored in part by National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant #1-R01-HG003178-01A1, University of Minnesota, May 2007 (with Prof. Jeffrey Kahn, Prof. Charles Nelson, Prof. Frances Lawrenz, Jordan Paradise et al.)—symposium published in 36 JOURNAL OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS 216-383 (2008) “Creating Stem Cells by ResearchCloning: Scientific, Ethical, Legal & Policy Challenges,”
  15. 15. 15 Consortium on Law and Values, Joint Degree Program, Academic Health Center, and Stem Cell Institute, University of Minnesota, February 2007 (with Prof. Dan Kaufman, Prof. Meri Firpo, Prof. Jeffrey Kahn, Jordan Paradise et al.)—symposium published in 9 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 125-256(2008) “Terrorist Threats to our Food Supply: Food Protection and Defense--Science, Ethics & Law,” Consortium on Law and Values, Joint Degree Program, National Center for Food Protection and Defense, Center for Animal Health & Food Safety, and Center for Infectious Disease Research & Policy, University of Minnesota, April 2006 (with Prof. Frank Busta, Sean Kennedy, Julie Ostrowsky et al.)--symposium published in 8 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 175-247(2007) “Understanding, Communicating, and Regulating the Risks Posed by New Biomedical Technologies,” Consortium on Law and Values and Joint Degree Program, University of Minnesota, May, 2006 (with Jordan Paradise)—summary article published in LAHEY CLINIC MEDICAL ETHICS, Fall 2006, at 5-8 “Proposals for the Responsible Use of Racial & Ethnic Categories in Biomedical Research,” Consortium on Law and Values and Center for Bioethics, University of Minnesota, April, 2005 (with Prof. Jeffrey Kahn)--symposium published in 34 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 483-558(2006); summary article published in 37 NATURE GENETICS 789-90 (2005) “Where Are Law, Ethics & the Life Sciences Headed? Frontier Issues,” Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, May, 2005 (with Prof. Jim Chen)--selected articles published in 6 & 7 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY “The Future of the Field of Bioethics,” Center for Bioethics and Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, May, 2005 (with Prof. Jeffrey Kahn)--summary article published in HASTINGS CENTER REPORT, July-Aug. 2005, at 6-8 “Intellectual Property Rights for the Public Good: Obligations of U.S. Universities to Developing Countries,” Center for Microbial and Plant Genomics and Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, 2004 (with Prof. Ronald Phillips et al.)-- symposium published in 6 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 177- 371 (2004) “Environmental Threats to Children’s Health: Legal and Policy Challenges,” Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, 2004 (with Prof. Jim Chen)--article published in 7 MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF LAW,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 147-60 (2005). “Genetic Testing and the Future of Disability Insurance: Ethics, Law & Policy,” Center for Bioethics and Joint Degree Program, University of Minnesota, 2003 (with Prof. Jeffrey Kahn)--symposium published in 35 JOURNAL OF LAW,MEDICINE & ETHICS 5-89 (2007). “The Limits of Personal Privacy: Biomedical Information in Public Health, Population Genomics, and Mass Disasters,” Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, 2003 (with Prof. Jeffrey Kahn et al.) “Revamping the Law on AssistedReproduction: From IVF to Surrogate Motherhood,” Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, 2003 (with Prof. Jeffrey Kahn et al.) “The Law and Ethics of Public Health Responses to Bioterrorism,” Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, 2002 (with Prof. Michael Osterholm) “Pharmacogenomics: The Legal, Ethical, and Clinical Challenges,” Consortium on Law and
  16. 16. 16 Values, University of Minnesota, 2002 (with Prof. Jeffrey Kahn) “Governing GMOs: Developing Policy in the Face of Scientific & Public Debate,” Consortium on Law and Values, University of Minnesota, 2001 (with Prof. Ronald Phillips) “Patenting Life: Genes, Private Property & Public Policy,” Joint Degree Program, University of Minnesota, 2000 SELECTED LECTURES AND APPEARANCES (named lectures indicated in bold) I. International First International Conference on Bioethics and Biolaw (Copenhagen, DENMARK), on law and biomedical technologies Bulgarian Medical Academy, Institute of Social Medicine (Sofia, BULGARIA), on law and medicine The Ian Ramsey Centre/Hastings Center Consultation (Windsor Castle, ENGLAND), on termination of treatment Instituto Scientifico H San Raffaele, International Colloquium on Science and Ethics (Milan, ITALY), on law and reproduction International Workshop on Ethics and Bioethical Problems in Contemporary Society (Siena, ITALY), on the termination of treatment “Bioethics and the Health Professions” Conference (Lake Louise, CANADA), on “Nutrition, Hydration, and Antibiotics” East-West Conference on Bioethics (Pecs, HUNGARY), on termination of treatment Westminster Institute (London, Ontario, CANADA), on physician-assisted suicide AIDS & Ethics: First International Conference (San Francisco, CA), on protections for hospitalized persons with AIDS III World Congress of Bioethics (San Francisco, CA), on race and gender in bioethics II. United States Harvard Law School (Cambridge, MA), on managing incidental findings in research Harvard Medical School (Boston, MA), on termination of treatment Harvard Medical School, Division of Medical Ethics (Boston, MA), on euthanasia Harvard Medical School, Division of Medical Ethics (Boston, MA), on law and medicine Harvard Medical School, Division on Aging (Boston, MA), on medical futility Johns Hopkins Medical School (Baltimore, MD), David Barap Brin Lecture on preimplantation genetic diagnosis Stanford Medical School (Palo Alto, CA), Jonathan J. King Lecture on end-of-life treatment Princeton University (Princeton, NJ), MacleanLecture on termination of treatment Princeton University (Princeton, NJ), on physician-assisted suicide Yale Law School (New Haven, CT), on the doctor-patient relationship Columbia Law School (New York, NY), on physician-assisted suicide New York University School of Law (New York, NY), on surrogate motherhood University of Texas School of Law (Austin, TX), on euthanasia Boston College Law School (Newton, MA), on termination of treatment University of Maryland School of Law (Baltimore, MD), on ethics committees & due process Boston University School of Public Health (Boston, MA), on killing versus letting die
  17. 17. 17 University of California, San Francisco (San Francisco, CA), on euthanasia New York Academy of Medicine (New York, NY), Lilianna Sauter Lecture on governing reprogenetics New York Academy of Medicine (New York, NY), on euthanasia Institute of Medicine (Washington, DC), on termination of treatment Institute of Medicine (Newport Beach, CA), on managing incidental findings in research Kennedy Institute, Georgetown University (Washington, DC), on death and dying Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting (Washington, DC), on Cruzan Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting (Washington, DC), on physician-assisted suicide National Judicial College (Reno, NV), faculty member, symposium on bioethics and the judiciary Institute of Judicial Administration, Appellate Judges Seminar (New York, NY), on bioethics State of New York Judicial Seminar (Rochester, NY), on surrogate motherhood Association of the Bar of the City of New York (New York, NY), on physician-assisted suicide American Public Health Association (Washington, DC), on feminism and bioethics National Health Policy Forum (Washington, DC), on termination of treatment American Nurses' Association, Second National Institute on Nursing Ethics (Chicago, IL), on termination of treatment American Society of Law & Medicine (Boston, MA), on euthanasia American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Cambridge, MA), on managed care Society for Health and Human Values and Society for Bioethics Consultation (Cleveland, OH), on feminism and bioethics Group Health Association of America, Annual Medical Directors Conference (Washington, DC), on termination of treatment Cambridge Hospital (Cambridge, MA), Fraiman Lecture on termination of treatment Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Boston, MA), on euthanasia Children's Hospital (Boston, MA), on ethics committees Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (New York, NY), on termination of treatment Kaiser Permanente Intensive Seminar in Bioethics (Costa Mesa, CA), on end-of-life care New York Public Library, Celeste Bartos Forum (New York, NY), on ethics in medicine III. SelectedMedia Appearances Face the Nation, CBS Nightline, ABC McNeil/Lehrer Newshour, PBS This Week With David Brinkley, ABC Today, NBC Nightwatch, CBS National Public Radio (NPR) Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) MEMBERSHIPS Institute of Medicine (IOM), National Academies (elected Member, 2009) American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) (elected Fellow, 2008)
  18. 18. 18 American Society for Bioethics & Humanities (ASBH) (elected to Board of Directors, 2001-04) American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics (ASLME) Association of Bioethics Program Directors American Bar Association (ABA)

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