Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania and Foundation Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law, Chair Gene Technology Ethics and Community Consultation Committee, Deputy Chair Embryo Research Licensing Committee and past Chair of the Australian Health Ethics Committee (from 1994 to 2000). Acknowledgements to the National Health and Medical Research Council (Program Grant 490037) for support.
Viewpoint: Are the research ethics committees working in the best interests of participants in an increasingly globalized research environment?
Article first published online: 15 MAR 2011
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Chalmers, D. (2011), Viewpoint: Are the research ethics committees working in the best interests of participants in an increasingly globalized research environment?. Journal of Internal Medicine, 269: 392–395. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2796.2011.02351_1.x
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