|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.|
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.
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