Center for Bioethics, Health & Society

Selected Faculty Publications

  • Iltis, A.S., Mehta, M. & Sawinski, D. (2023) Ignorance is Not Bliss: The Case for Comprehensive Reproductive Counseling for Women with Chronic Kidney Disease.  HEC Forum 35, 223–236. link
  • Iltis, A. S., Koster, G., Reeves, E., & Matthews, K. R. (2023). Ethical, legal, regulatory, and policy issues concerning embryoids: a systematic review of the literature. Stem Cell Research & Therapy, 14(1), 1-15. link
  • Coughlin, C., & King, N. (2023). Dobbs, the Intrusive State, and the Future of Solidarity. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 1-13. link
  • Colgrove, NM. (2021) In Defense of Newborns: A Response to Kingma. Journal of Medical Ethics 48, 551-553. link
  • Blackshaw, B, Colgrove, NM, and Rodger, D. (2021) Inconsistency Arguments Still Do Not Matter. Journal of Medical Ethics 48(7). link
  • Colgrove, NM. (2021) Miscarriage is Not a Cause of Death: A Response to Berg’s ‘Abortion and Miscarriage.’ The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 46(4), 394-413. link
  • Iltis AS, Lowe S, Matthews K. (2021) Emerging Human Embryo Research Technologies, the 14-day Rule, and the Special Status of the Embryo. International Journal of Chinese & Comparative Philosophy of Medicine 19(2), 11-45. link
  • Iltis AS, Mehta M, Sawinski D.  Ignorance is not bliss: The case for comprehensive reproductive counseling for women with chronic kidney disease, HEC forum. link
  • Matthews K., Iltis A, Marquez NG, Wagner D., Robert J., de Melo-Martín I, Bigg M, Franklin S, Holm S, Metzler I, Molè M., Taupitz J, Testa G, and Sugarman J. (2021) Rethinking Human Embryo Research Policies. Hastings Center Report 51(1), 47– 51. link
  • Colgrove N, Blackshaw BP, Rodger D. (2020) Prolife hypocrisy: why inconsistency arguments do not matter.  Journal of Medical Ethics 47, 58. link
  • Rodger D, Colgrove N, Blackshaw BP.(2020) Gestaticide: killing the subject of the artificial womb. Journal of Medical Ethics 47(12). link
  • Caron, SM. (2019) ’We Won’t Go Back’: Abortion before Roe v. Wade” Journal of Law and Policy. link
  • Caron, SM, (2019) ’Women Helping Women’: Domestic-skills Training for Unwed Mothers. Gender and Women’s Studies. 2(2), 2. link
  • Caron, S M.  (2017) ‘Endeavoring to Carry on Their Work’: The National Debate over Midwives and its Impact in Rhode Island, 1890-1940. Journal of Nursing History Review 25(1), 26-53. link
  • Caron, S M. (2016).  Strange Bedfellows in the Political Discourse Surrounding Roe v. Wade. Reviews in American History.  44(4), 621-29.  link
  • Mukherjee, V., Maves, R.C. (2024). Critical care is a concept, not a location. Critical Care Medicine 52:145-147. link
  • Iverson, K., Derse, A., Moskop, J., Geiderman, J. (2023). Physicans’ Moral Duties During Pandemics. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. link
  • Iltis, A.S., Fortier, R., Ontjes, N. , McCal, W.V. (2023) Ethics considerations regarding laws restricting incapacitated patients’ access to ECT.  Journal of the American Academy Psychiatry and the Lawlink
  • Nestor, J. G., Li, A. J., King, K. L., Husain, S. A., McIntosh, T. J., Sawinski, D., Iltis, A. S., Goodman, M. S., Walsh, H. A., DuBois, J. M., & Mohan, S. (2022). Impact of education on APOL1 testing attitudes among prospective living kidney donors. Clinical transplantation36(1).  link
  • Nageswaran S, Banks Q Golden SR, Gower WA, and King NMP. (2022) The Role of Religion and Spirituality in Caregiver Decision-Making about Tracheostomy for Children with Medical Complexity.  J Health Care Chaplaincy 28:95-107. link
  • Iltis, AS. (2021).  ‘Strangers at the Altar,’ American Journal of Bioethics. 21 (6), 19-22. link
  • Hendley NW, Moskop J, Ashburn NP, Mahler SA, Stopyra JP.  (2021) The ethical dilemma of emergency department patients with low-risk chest pain.  Emergency Medicine Journal 38(11), 851-854.  link
  • Richman BD, Hall MA, Schulman K. (2021) The No Surprises Act and Informed Financial Consent. New Engl. J. Med. 385(15), 1348-1351. link
  • Oguro N, Hall MA, Kurita N. (2021) The Impact That Family Members’ Health Care Experiences Have on Patients’ Trust in Physicians. BMC Health Services Research 21(1), 1122 link
  • Iltis AS, Mehta M, Sawinski D. (2021) Ignorance is not bliss: The case for comprehensive reproductive counseling for women with chronic kidney disease, HEC forum. link
  • Gower WA, Golden SL, King NMP, and Nageswaran S (2020) Decision Making about Tracheostomy for Children with Medical Complexity: Caregiver and Healthcare Provider Perspectives. Academic Pediatrics 20(8), 1094-1100. link
  • Baker, E. Moskop, J, Vearrier, L, Derse, A, Marco, C, Simon, JR. (2020) The Role of Emergency Physicians in Triage and Resuscitation Decisions: The Case of COVID-19.  ACEPlink
  • King NMP, Bishop CE. (2019) Case & Commentary: How Should Physicians Help Patients Understand Unknowns of Nanoparticle-Based Medicines? AMA J. Ethics 21(4), E324-331. link
  • Derse AR, Moskop JC, McGrath NA, Vearrier LE, Clayborne EP, Goett RR, Limehouse WE. (2019) Physician-assisted death:  Ethical implications for emergency physicians.  Acad Emerg Med 26(2) 250-255. link
  • Moskop JC.  (2018) Moral conflicts and religious convictions:  What role for clinical ethics consultants?  HEC Forum 31(2), 141-150. link
  • Nageswaran S, Golden SL, Gower WA, King NMP.  (2018) Caregiver Perceptions about their Decision to Pursue Tracheostomy for Children with Medical Complexity, J. Pediatr. 203, 354-360. link
  • Moskop JCGeiderman JM, Marshall KD, McGreevy J, Derse AR, Bookman K, McGrath N, Iserson KV.  (2018) Another look at the persistent moral problem of emergency department crowding.  Ann Emerg Med 74(3), 357-364. link
  • Hall, M.A. & King, N.M.P. (2016). Conscience, Courage, and “Consent,” Hastings Center Rep. 46(2) 30-32. link
  • Baker, E.F., Moskop, J.C., Geiderman, J.M., Iserson, K.V., Marco. C.A., Derse, A.R. (2016) Law enforcement and emergency medicine: An ethical analysis.  Annals of Emergency Medicine 68, 599-607. link
  • Rothstein, M. & Coughlin, C. (2021).  Undocumented Immigrants and COVID-19 Vaccination, The Hastings Center. link
  • Hall, MA, & Studdert DM. (2021).  Vaccine “Passport” Certification: Policy and Ethical Considerations. New Engl. J. Med. 8(12). link
  • Hall, MA, Studdert DM. (2021).  U.S. Public Views about COVID-19 “Immunity Passports.” J. Law Biosciences.  8(1). link
  • Studdert DM, Hall MA, Mello M. (2020) Partitioning the Curve—Interstate Travel Restrictions During the COVID-19 Pandemic. New Eng. J. Med. 383, e83. link
  • Hall, MA, Mello M, Studdert DM. (2020) The Legal Authority for States’ Stay-at-Home Orders. New Engl. J. Med. 383, e29. link
  • Hall, MA, Studdert DM. (2020) Privileges and Immunity Certificates Under COVID-19. JAMA. 323(22), 2243–2244. link
  • Studdert DM, Hall MA. (2020) Disease Control, Civil Liberties, and Mass Testing: Calibrating Restrictions during the Covid-19 Pandemic. New Engl. J. Med. 383(2), 102-104. link
  • Harter, T, Iltis, AS, Clay, M. (2020) COVID-19 and Financial Vulnerability: What Health Care Organizations and Society Owe Each Other.  American Journal of Bioethics, 20(7), 139-141. link
  • Baker, E. Moskop, J, Vearrier, L, Derse, A, Marco, C, Simon, JR. (2020) The Role of Emergency Physicians in Triage and Resuscitation Decisions: The Case of COVID-19.  ACEP. link
  • Gengler, AM. (2023) ‘The Medicine is the Easy Part’: Pediatric Physicians’ Emotional Labor in End-of-life Care.  Social Science & Medicine – Qualitative Research in Health. link
  • Moskop JC.  (2021) Voluntarily stopping eating and drinking: Conceptual, personal, and policy questions. J Med Philos 46(6), 805-826.  link
  • Kadlac A. (2020) Fostering hope in the face of death. Clinical Ethics. 5(4), 167-174. link
  • Moskop JC.  (2020) Setting the stage:  Fifty years of U.S. end-of-life care debates.  Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy 11, 203-223. link
  • Iltis AS. (2019) Living Organ Donation Near and at the End of Life: Drawing and Re-Drawing the Boundaries Around Permissible Practices in Organ Donation. Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 47(1), 123-125. link
  • Derse AR, Moskop JC, McGrath NA, Vearrier LE, Clayborne EP, Goett RR, Limehouse WE. (2019) Physician-assisted death:  Ethical implications for emergency physicians.  Acad Emerg Med 26(2) 250-255. link
  • IItis, A.S., Lewis, A., Neely, S., Seaton, S.W., and Jeong, S.H. (2023) Applying Genetic and Genomic Tools to Psychiatric Disorders: A Scoping Review.  HEC Forum 35, 293–308. link
  • Iltis, A. S., Rolf, L., Yaeger, L., Goodman, M. S., & DuBois, J. M. (2023). Attitudes and beliefs regarding race-targeted genetic testing of Black people: A systematic review. Journal of genetic counseling. link
  • Nestor, J. G., Li, A. J., King, K. L., Husain, S. A., McIntosh, T. J., Sawinski, D., Iltis, A. S., Goodman, M. S., Walsh, H. A., DuBois, J. M., & Mohan, S. (2022). Impact of education on APOL1 testing attitudes among prospective living kidney donors. Clinical transplantation36(1).  link 
  • Iltis, A. S., Conell, A. D., Cooper, L. A., Gee, P. O., Sr, Jefferson, N. M., Johnson, H. A., Kingston, G. M., Roberts, G. V., Scott, N., Smith, A., Waddy, S. P., Woodard, L., & DuBois, J. M. (2022). Improving Kidney Disease Research in the Black Community: The Essential Role of Black Voices in the APOLLO Study. American journal of kidney diseases: the official journal of the National Kidney Foundation79(5), 750–753. link
  • Paquin RS, Lewis MA, King NMP et al. (2021) Outreach to New Mothers Through Direct Mail and Email: Recruitment in the Early Check Research Study. Clin Transl Sci 1-10. link
  • IItis, A.S., Lewis, A., Neely, S. et al. (2021) Applying Genetic and Genomic Tools to Psychiatric Disorders: A Scoping Review. HEC Forum link
  • Matthews KRW & Iltis, AS (2019) Are we ready to genetically modify a human embryo? Or is it too late to ask? Accountability in Research, 26(4), 265-270, link
  • Sumit M, Iltis A, Sawinski D, DuBois J. (2019) APOL1 Genetic Testing in Living Kidney Transplant Donors.  American Journal of Kidney Disease 74(4), 538–543. link
  • King NMP and Bishop CE (2018) New Treatments for Serious Conditions: Ethical Implications. Gene Ther. 24(9), 534-538. link
  • Lord PC, King NMP, and Lemley DE (2017) Editing the Genome: Prospects, Progress, Implications, and Cautions.  Curr. Genet. Med. Rep. 5(1), 35-43. link
  • Coughlin CN, King NMP. (2020) The Stories We Tell: Narrative, Policymaking, and the Right to Try. Wake Forest J Law & Policy 11(1), 17-52. link
  • Caron, SM. (2019) ’We Won’t Go Back’: Abortion before Roe v. Wade” Journal of Law and Policy. link
  • Caron, SM, (2019) ’Women Helping Women’: Domestic-skills Training for Unwed Mothers. Gender and Women’s Studies. 2(2), 2. link
  • Moskop JC. (2018) Doctor in, and for, the family?  Physicians reflect on care for loved ones.  Narrat Inq Bioeth 8(1), 41-46. link
  • Caron, S M.  (2017) ‘Endeavoring to Carry on Their Work’: The National Debate over Midwives and its Impact in Rhode Island, 1890-1940. Journal of Nursing History Review 25(1), 26-53. link
  • Robeson R & King NMP. (2017) Performable Case Studies in Ethics Education, Healthcare 5(3), 57.  link
  • Caron, S M. (2016).  Strange Bedfellows in the Political Discourse Surrounding Roe v. Wade. Reviews in American History.  44(4), 621-29.  link
  • Hall, MA (2023) “Rediscovering the Importance of Free and Charitable Clinics.” New England Journal of Medicinelink
  • King, N.M.P., Churchill, L.R. & Henderson. G.E.  (2023) Bioethics: A Path Forward. link
  • Mann-Jackson, L., Simán, F.M., Hall, MA, et al. (2022) “State Preemption of Municipal Laws and Policies that Protect Immigrant Communities: Impact on Latine Health and Well-Being in North Carolina”. Inquiry. 59: 1-11. link
  • Perdue, A. (2021). Exploring Discrimination. Carolina Academic Presslink
  • King NMP, Henderson GE, Churchill LR. (2021) Beyond the Medical Model: Retooling Bioethics for the Work Ahead. Am J Bioeth. 2, 53-55. link
  • Iltis, AS Vaughn McCall, Riyan Deria . (2020) Suicidality, Depression and the FDA: Health Inequities and the Ethical Conduct of Research.  Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 81(2). link
  • Churchill, LR, King, NMP, and Henderson, GE. (2020) The Future of Bioethics: It Shouldn’t Take a Pandemic.  Hastings Center Report 50(3), 54-56. link
  • King NMP. (2020) Justice and Domestic Health Research. Ethics & Human Research 42(3), 41-42. link
  • Hall, MA. (2017) The Role of Courts in Shaping Health Equity. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 42(5), 749-770. link
  • King, N.M.P., Churchill, L.R. & Henderson. G.E.  (2023) Bioethics: A Path Forward. link
  • Mann-Jackson, L., Simán, F.M., Hall, MA, et al. (2022) “State Preemption of Municipal Laws and Policies that Protect Immigrant Communities: Impact on Latine Health and Well-Being in North Carolina”. Inquiry. 59: 1-11. link
  • Perdue, A. (2021). Exploring Discrimination. Carolina Academic Presslink
  • King NMP, Henderson GE, Churchill LR. (2021) Beyond the Medical Model: Retooling Bioethics for the Work Ahead. Am J Bioeth. 2, 53-55. link
  • Iltis, AS Vaughn McCall, Riyan Deria . (2020) Suicidality, Depression and the FDA: Health Inequities and the Ethical Conduct of Research.  Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 81(2). link
  • Churchill, LR, King, NMP, and Henderson, GE. (2020) The Future of Bioethics: It Shouldn’t Take a Pandemic.  Hastings Center Report 50(3), 54-56. link
  • King NMP. (2020) Justice and Domestic Health Research. Ethics & Human Research 42(3), 41-42. link
  • Hall, MA. (2017) The Role of Courts in Shaping Health Equity. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 42(5), 749-770. link
  • McIntosh, T., Walsh, H., Iltis, A.S., et. al. (2024). Evaluating ApoL1 Genetic Testing Policy Options for Transplant Centers: A Delphi Consensus Panel Project with Stakeholders. Clinical journal of the American Society of Nephrology : CJASN. link
  • Frenkel, C.H., Iltis, A.S., Casinga, V., Atlas, J. (2023). Considering Innovative Clinical Care for Organ Transplant Patients with Advanced Cutaneous Head and Neck Malignancies. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Epub ahead of print. link
  • Iltis, A. S., Silverman, H. J., & Sade, R. M. (2023). Research ethics: Must subjects waive the right to withdraw from a xenotransplant clinical trial?  The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. link
  • McIntosh, T., Puerzer, P., Li, M. T., Malat, G., Sammons, C., Norris, M., Fallah, T., Trofe-Clark, J., DuBois, J. M., Iltis, A., Mohan, S., & Sawinski, D. (2023). A survey of solid organ transplant recipient attitudes and concerns regarding contraception and pregnancy. Clinical transplantation, e14948. Advance online publication. link
  • Nestor, J. G., Li, A. J., King, K. L., Husain, S. A., McIntosh, T. J., Sawinski, D., Iltis, A. S., Goodman, M. S., Walsh, H. A., DuBois, J. M., & Mohan, S. (2022). Impact of education on APOL1 testing attitudes among prospective living kidney donors. Clinical transplantation36(1).  link
  • Sumit M, Iltis A, Sawinski D, DuBois J. (2019) APOL1 Genetic Testing in Living Kidney Transplant Donors.  American Journal of Kidney Disease 74(4), 538–543. link
  • Iltis AS. (2019) Living Organ Donation Near and at the End of Life: Drawing and Re-Drawing the Boundaries Around Permissible Practices in Organ Donation. Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 47(1), 123-125. link
  • Horvat, M and Iltis, A. (2019) What are good guidelines for evaluating uterus transplantation.  AMA Journal of Ethics 21(11), E988-995. link
  • Iltis AS (2017) Living uterus donors: the role of future research in addressing ethical considerations. Transplantation 101(3), 466-467. link
  • Iltis, AS. (2017) Ethical issues in pediatric VCA. Current Transplantation Reports 4(1). link
  • Maves, R.C. (2024). The limits of our obligations.  Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics 2024 (in press).  link
  • Maves, R.C. (2023). Measuring Strain in the ICU. Critical Care Medicine 51(12): 1812-1814. link
  • Mukherjee, V., Maves, R.C. (2023). Disaster Medicine Training for Critical Care Medicine Fellows. Chest Journal 164(6). link
  • Terry, N.  & Coughlin, C. (2021).  A Virtuous Circle: How Health Solidarity Could Prompt Recalibration of Privacy and Improve Data and Research, 74 OKLA. L. REV. 51link
  • Colgrove, NM. (2020). The Devil in the Details. American Journal of Bioethics 20(12):18-20.  link
  • Colgrove, NM. (2020). The (In)compatibility of the Privation Theory of Evil and the Mere-Difference View of Disability. National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 20(2), 329-48. link
  • Coughlin, C. (2019). Modern Legal Scholarship: The Diverse World of Academic and Professional Writing, Carolina Academic Press.
  • Adam Kadlac (2018). The Challenge of Authenticity: Enhancement and Accurate Self-Presentation.  Journal of Applied Philosophy 35(4), 790-808. link
  • Wright R. & Hall M. (2018). Collaborate Construction of a New Legal Field. Duke Law J. Online, 68, 74-78. link
  • Kadlac, A. (2017). HOPE(S) AND HOPEFULNESS. American Philosophical Quarterly54(3), 209–221. link
  • Iltis, AS. (2017). The failure of peer review. American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience, 8(4), 214-216. link
  • Iltis, A. S., Fortier, R., Ontjes, N., & McCall, W. V. (2023). Ethics Considerations in Laws Restricting Incapacitated Patients’ Access to ECT. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. link
  • Iltis, A.S., Fortier, R., Ontjes, N. , McCal, W.V. (2023) Ethics considerations regarding laws restricting incapacitated patients’ access to ECT.  Journal of the American Academy Psychiatry and the Lawlink
  • IItis, A.S., Lewis, A., Neely, S. et al. (2021) Applying Genetic and Genomic Tools to Psychiatric Disorders: A Scoping Review. HEC Forum link
  • Iltis, AS Vaughn McCall, Riyan Deria . (2020) Suicidality, Depression and the FDA: Health Inequities and the Ethical Conduct of Research.  Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 81(2). link
  • Sprung, C.L., Maves, R.C. et al. (2023). For the Task Force for Mass Critical Care Writing Group. “Critical Care Staffing in Pandemics and Disasters: A Consensus Report from a Sub-committee of the Task Force for Mass Critical Care- Systems Strategies to Sustain the Healthcare Workforce.” CHEST 164:124-136. link
  • Maves, R.C., King, M.A., Mohr, L., Geiling, J. (2023). Planning for mass critical care.  Intensive Care Medicine (9th edition), R.S. Irwin, C.M. Lilly, P.H. Mayo, J.M. Rippe (Eds.). Wolters Kluwer.
  • Salter, E.K., Hester, D.M., Vinarcsik, L., Matheny Antommaria, A.H., Bester, J., Blustein, J., Clayton, E.W., Diekema, D.S., Iltis, A.S., Kopelman, L.M., Malone, J.R., Mercurio, M.R., Navin, M.C., Paquette, E.T., Pope, T.M., Rhodes, R., Ross, L.F. (2023) Pediatric Decision Making: Consensus Recommendations. Pediatrics. link
  • Coughlin, C. and Iltis, A. (2023). Declaring and Terminating Public Health Emergencies: Performative Utterances that Can Change the World. Maryland Law Review, link
  • Coughlin, CN.  (2022) “FDA’s Accelerative Approval, Emergency Use Authorization and Pre-Approval Access:  Considerations for Use in Public Health Emergencies and Beyond” University of North Carolina J. of L. and Tech., 741-787.  link
  • Mann-Jackson, L., Simán, F.M., Hall, MA, et al. (2022) “State Preemption of Municipal Laws and Policies that Protect Immigrant Communities: Impact on Latine Health and Well-Being in North Carolina”. Inquiry. 59: 1-11. link
  • Iltis, A. S., Conell, A. D., Cooper, L. A., Gee, P. O., Sr, Jefferson, N. M., Johnson, H. A., Kingston, G. M., Roberts, G. V., Scott, N., Smith, A., Waddy, S. P., Woodard, L., & DuBois, J. M. (2022). Improving Kidney Disease Research in the Black Community: The Essential Role of Black Voices in the APOLLO Study. American journal of kidney diseases: the official journal of the National Kidney Foundation79(5), 750–753. link
  • Iltis, A. S., & Shok, N. (2022). Co-editors of the special issue “East European post-communist legacy in medicine, health care, and bioethics”. Monash Bioethics Review, 1-5. link
  • Rothstein, M. & Coughlin, C. (2021).  Undocumented Immigrants and COVID-19 Vaccination, The Hastings Center. link
  • Hall, MA, & Studdert DM. (2021).  Vaccine “Passport” Certification: Policy and Ethical Considerations. New Engl. J. Med. 8(12). link
  • Hall, MA, Studdert DM. (2021).  U.S. Public Views about COVID-19 “Immunity Passports.” J. Law Biosciences.  8(1). link
  • Studdert DM, Hall MA, Mello M. (2020) Partitioning the Curve—Interstate Travel Restrictions During the COVID-19 Pandemic. New Eng. J. Med. 383, e83. link
  • Hall, MA, Mello M, Studdert DM. (2020) The Legal Authority for States’ Stay-at-Home Orders. New Engl. J. Med. 383, e29. link
  • Hall, MA, Studdert DM. (2020) Privileges and Immunity Certificates Under COVID-19. JAMA. 323(22), 2243–2244. link
  • Studdert DM, Hall MA. (2020) Disease Control, Civil Liberties, and Mass Testing: Calibrating Restrictions during the Covid-19 Pandemic. New Engl. J. Med. 383(2), 102-104. link
  • Coughlin, C. N., & Messenlehner, A. (2017). Isolationist Policies Threaten Public Health. American journal of public health107(6), 860–861. link
  • Coughlin C.  (2017) Public Health Policy:  Revising the Need for a Compensation System for Quarantine to Maximize Compliance. Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy link
  • Iltis AS, Matthews KRW. (2017) NTD policy priorities: Science, values, and agenda setting. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 11(5). link
  • Venkatesh, A., Iltis, A.S., Matthews, K.R.W. (2023).  Transparency in controversial research: A review of human embryo research publication ethical disclosure statements.  Stem Cell Reports.  link
  • King, N.M.P. (2023). An Uncommonly Good Foundation for Research Ethics. Ethics & Human Research, 45: 40-42.  link
  • Iltis, A. S., Conell, A. D., Cooper, L. A., Gee, P. O., Sr, Jefferson, N. M., Johnson, H. A., Kingston, G. M., Roberts, G. V., Scott, N., Smith, A., Waddy, S. P., Woodard, L., & DuBois, J. M. (2022). Improving Kidney Disease Research in the Black Community: The Essential Role of Black Voices in the APOLLO Study. American journal of kidney diseases: the official journal of the National Kidney Foundation79(5), 750–753. link
  • Paquin RS, Lewis MA, King NMP et al. (2021) Outreach to New Mothers Through Direct Mail and Email: Recruitment in the Early Check Research Study. Clin Transl Sci 1-10. link
  • King NMP. (2021) Paying to participate? Stem Cells Translational Medicine 10(6), 820-822. link
  • Iltis, AS Vaughn McCall, Riyan Deria . (2020) Suicidality, Depression and the FDA: Health Inequities and the Ethical Conduct of Research.  Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 81(2). link
  • King NMP. (2020) Justice and Domestic Health Research. Ethics & Human Research 42(3), 41-42. link
  • King NMP. (2019) Key Information in the New Common Rule: Can It Save Informed Consent? J. Law Med. Ethics 47(2), 203-212. link
  • King NMP. (2018) Research with Human Subjects: Humility and Deception. IRB: Ethics & Hum. Res. 40(2), 12-14. link
  • King NMP (2018) Who’s Winning the IRB Wars? The Struggle for the Soul of Human Research. Persp. Biol. Med. 61(3), 450-464. link
  • Andrews JE, . . . King NMP, et al. (2018) Ensuring Respect for Persons in COMPASS: A Cluster Randomized Pragmatic Trial. J. Med. Ethics 44(8), 560-566. link
  • King NMP. (2017) Speaking about Silence: The Need to Hear from Research Subjects, IRB: Ethics Hum. Res. 39(5), 19-20. link
  • Jung, K. “Religion and Artificial Intelligence.” In Religion and Politics in North America.  Ed. Terrence Johnson. London: Bloomsbury Academic.  (forthcoming)
  • Nageswaran S, Banks Q Golden SR, Gower WA, and King NMP. (2022) The Role of Religion and Spirituality in Caregiver Decision-Making about Tracheostomy for Children with Medical Complexity.  J Health Care Chaplaincy 28:95-107. link
  • Iltis, AS. (2021).  ‘Strangers at the Altar,’ American Journal of Bioethics. 21 (6), 19-22. link
  • Moskop JC.  (2018) Moral conflicts and religious convictions:  What role for clinical ethics consultants?  HEC Forum 31(2), 141-150. link

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P.O. Box 7332
Winston-Salem, NC 27109

(336) 758-4256

bioethics@wfu.edu