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Bioethics grants in the year 2007

Columbia University   (New York, NY)
Research support: Getting Away with Murder? A Historical Analysis of Drunk Driving and Measures to Control It; PI: Barron Lerner, MD, PhD; Multi-year (2 years)

Awarded May 2007

$50,000
Johns Hopkins University   (Baltimore, MD)
Project support: Ethical and Policy Challenges of Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Gametes: A Hinxton Group Project; PI: Ruth Faden, PhD, MPH; Multi-year (2 years)

Awarded May 2007

$50,000
Stanford University   (Palo Alto, CA)
Project support: Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight Committees (ESCROs); PI: Henry Greely, JD

Awarded May 2007

$25,000
Stanford University   (Palo Alto, CA)
Research support: Ethics, Neuroimaging, and Limited States of Consciousness; PI: Judy Illes, PhD

Awarded May 2007

$25,000
Stanford University   (Palo Alto, CA)
Project support: Citizen Scientists: The Patient Advocacy Revolution; PI: Maren Monsen, MD; Multi-year (2 years)

Awarded May 2007

$50,000
Mayo Clinic   (Rochester, MN)
Research support: DNA as Unique Identifier: Privacy, Trust and the Future of Personalized Medicine; PI: Barbara Koenig, PhD; Multi-year (2 years)

Awarded May 2007

$117,234
Institute of Medicine / National Academy of Sciences   (Washington, DC)
Project support: Conflicts of Interest in Medical Research, Education, Patient Care, and Institutional Management; PI: Andrew Pope, PhD; Multi-year (2 years)

Awarded May 2007

$100,000
St. Louis University   (St. Louis, MO)
Research support: Lay and Professional Attitudes toward Uncontrolled Donation after Circulatory Determination of Death: A Pilot Study; PI: James DuBois, PhD, DSc

Awarded May 2007

$51,516
University of Pennsylvania Medical Center   (Philadelphia, PA)
Project support: Reassessing National Bioethics Commissions in the United States; PI: Jonathan Moreno, PhD

Awarded May 2007

$13,000
University of Wisconsin   (Madison, WI)
Project support: State Trends in Medical Professionalism: 'Conscientious Refusals' to Provide Health Care Services; PI: Alta Charo, JD

Awarded May 2007

$25,000
American Association for the Advancement of Science   (Washington, DC)
Project support: Genetic Enhancement in Sports; PI:Mark Frankel, PhD

Awarded November 2007

$25,000
Children’s Hospital Foundation   (Seattle, Wa)
Research support: Ethical and Policy Implications of Attenuating Growth in Children with Profound Developmental Disabilities; PI: Benjamin Wilfond, MD

Awarded November 2007

$40,000
Community-Campus Partnerships in Health   (Seattle, WA)
Research support: Understanding Community-Based Mechanisms for Research Ethics Review PI: Sarena Seifer, MD

Awarded November 2007

$133,466
Hastings Center   (Garrison NY)
Project support: From Assisted Reproduction to Stem Cell Technology: The Hastings Center Bioethics Briefing Book for Campaigns, Policymakers, and Journalists PI: Mary Crowley

Awarded November 2007

$50,000
Oregon Health & Science University  
Research support: Building a Model Electronic POLST Registry - Honoring Patients' Preferences in End-of-Life Care PI: Susan Tolle, MD

Awarded November 2007

$95,000
University of Minnesota   (Minneapolis, MN)
Project support: Emerging Problems in Neurogenomics: Ethical, Legal and Policy Issues at the Intersection of Genomics and Neuroscience; PI: Susan Wolf, JD

Awarded November 2007

$25,000
University of Washington School of Medicine   (Seattle, WA)
Research support: Testing Justice II: Using Responsive Justice to Shape Policy on Genetic Medicine and the Underserved; PI: Kelly Fryer-Edwards, PhD; Multi-year (2 years)

Awarded November 2007

$49,770
Washington University in St. Louis   (St. Louis, MO)
Project support: Bioethics and Cancer: When the Professional Becomes Personal, PI: Rebecca Dresser, JD

Awarded November 2007

$79,983
Total Awarded in 2007 $1,004,969