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Paul D. Friedman, M.A., Ph.D., J.D.

In addition to a law degree, I have a master's degree in bioethics (medical and research ethics) and a doctorate of philosophy involving comparative medical, legal and business ethics. I am an Adjunct Professor at Midwestern University teaching graduate medical and research ethics.

I can answer questions dealing with general ethics principles, including medical ethics, research ethics and bioethics. Research ethics is predicated on the Nuremberg Code, Declaration of Helsinki and the Belmont Report.

I am not a moralist and do not interject subjective values such as what is morally right and wrong. Also, I do not give legal advice over the internet.

For more information, you can view my webiste at WWW.EXPERTETHICS.COM

Ravindra Ghooi

Research ethics is an important yet controversial subject. It is very dependent on culture and yet there is a basic research ethic that applies to one and all. I can answer most questions about ethical dilemma faced by scientists and subjects alike.

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