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  • Dr. Lisa Campo-Engelstein coauthors paper

    April 3, 2023, 08:00 AM by User Not Found

    While all reproductive-aged individuals with cancer should be offered fertility preservation (FP) counseling, there is little guidance over offers to adolescent and young adults (AYA) with terminal diagnoses, especially when considering posthumous assisted reproduction (PAR).

  • Dr. Lisa Campo-Engelstein presents at Yale

    March 24, 2023, 08:07 AM by User Not Found

    A weekly forum for Yale Child Study Center (YCSC) faculty, staff, and affiliates, Grand Rounds meetings offer multidisciplinary opportunities to come together and learn about a variety of topics relevant to the mental health of children, adolescents, families, and communities.

  • Dr. Elise Smith and colleague publish in journal

    March 16, 2023, 08:00 AM by User Not Found

    Sometimes researchers explicitly or implicitly conceive of authorship in terms of moral or ethical rights to authorship when they are dealing with authorship issues. Because treating authorship as a right can encourage unethical behaviours, such as honorary and ghost authorship, buying and selling authorship, and unfair treatment of researchers, we recommend that researchers not conceive of authorship in this way but view it as a description about contributions to research. However, we acknowledge that the arguments we have given for this position are largely speculative and that more empirical research is needed to better ascertain the benefits and risks of treating authorship on scientific publications as a right.

  • Drs. Campo-Engelstein and Molldrem panelist at conference

    March 14, 2023, 08:00 AM by User Not Found

    Getting Radical in the South (GRITS) is a student-run, public interest law conference that focuses on the difficulties and constraints inherent to social justice work in the South, and the unique strategies that legal practitioners and other public interest workers have developed to meet those needs.

  • Dr. Lisa Campo-Engelstein and recent alumna Rebecca Permar coauthor book chapter

    March 6, 2023, 10:16 AM by User Not Found

    Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) have opened the door for many people to pursue genetic parenthood when it was previously not possible for them to do so, including cisgender heterosexual couples with infertility, single individuals, and those in the LGBTQ community. In this chapter, we focus specifically on transgender and non-binary (TGNB) reproduction, providing provide an overview of some of the ethical considerations at play.

  • Dr. Lisa Campo-Engelstein and medical student Adonai Paz coauthor paper

    February 21, 2023, 13:15 PM by User Not Found

    To our knowledge, there have been few discussions in the andrology literature regarding the ethics of disclosure to donor conceived children. Our goal in this paper is to summarize the main reasons in favor of disclosure to engender more conversations about the ethics of donor conception in andrology circles.

  • BHH grad student Hannah Carpenter was accepted to the Archer Fellowship

    January 3, 2023, 08:00 AM by User Not Found

    Founded in 2001, the Archer Center is where Texas meets the world. As the Washington, D.C., campus of The University of Texas System, the Center provides talented undergraduate and graduate students from across the UT System with the opportunity to live, learn, and intern in the nation's capital.

  • Dr. Bryanna Moore's article published in Hastings Center Report

    December 27, 2022, 08:00 AM by User Not Found

    In pediatric health care, parents and clinicians sometimes have competing ideas of what should be done for a child. In this article, we explore the idea that notions of what should be done for a child partly depend on one's perception of one's role in the child's life and care.