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Appendix A Committee Biographies
Pages 111-114

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... She is also a member of the Public Health Sciences Division, the associate program head of the Gynecologic Cancer Program at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and affiliate associate professor in the Department of 111
From page 112...
... Ms. Lappin serves as a consultant to industry, academic research institutions, nonprofit entities, and government on the structure and execution of collaborative cross-sector partnerships, on the development and implementation of public health initiatives, and on mechanisms for public engagement in science and enhancing public trust as an institutional asset.
From page 113...
... Previously, Professor Mastroianni was a practicing health care attorney, Associate Director of the White House Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments, and a study director for the IOM Committee to Study the Legal and Ethical Issues Relating to the Inclusion of Women in Clinical Studies. Her research and teaching focus on health law and bioethics, with specific interests in the legal, ethical, and policy issues related to the responsible conduct of research, human subjects research, public health, the use of genetic technologies, and women's health.
From page 114...
... She currently is involved in a longitudinal field experiment assessing the effects of participatory decision strategies for high-priority waste sites on social conflict and community response to risk. Her research interests include public understanding and use of scientific risk information, the interplay among cultural values/beliefs and emotional or cognitive response to risk, socioeconomic context of exposure and response to environmental risk, risk communication, risk perceptions of culturally diverse populations, and measurement and statistical issues that arise when studying psychosocial phenomena across diverse populations.

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