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Appendix E: Committee Biographies
Pages 195-200

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... Kenan professor and chair of the Department of Genetics, and director of the Cancer Genetics Program of the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill.
From page 196...
... Department of State to study the ethical, legal, and cultural dynamics of human research cloning in South Korea. In 2006 he chaired the Subcommittee on Human Biological Materials Procurement for the International Embryonic Stem Cell Guidelines Task Force, a multinational, multidisciplinary working group for the
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... in chemical engineering from Princeton University, his M.D. magna cum laude from Harvard Medical School, and his Ph.D.
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... in Canada. Hosted by the University of Toronto, CCRM brings together leading regenerative medicine experts from the University of Toronto and McMaster University with researchers from the Hospital for Sick Children, the University Health Network, the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, and Mount Sinai Hospital to accelerate research and development in regenerative medicine and create a commercialization pipeline that rapidly brings regenerative medicine technologies to market.
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... In that capacity, he served as vice chair of the NIH Stem Cell Task Force and testified on numerous occasions in Congress at hearings related to NIH support for stem cell research. Currently, he serves on the medical advisory board of the NY Stem Cell Foundation and on the Empire State Stem Cell Funding Board.
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... In 2005, she received an honorary doctorate from Iona College for her work in community engagement and haplotype mapping. She was elected an Ashoka Fellow in 2009 and received the Clinical Research Forum and Foundation's Annual Award for Leadership in Public Advocacy in 2011.

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