The Partnership Behind Human Subjects Research

The Partnership Behind Human Subjects Research

Tuesday, November 15, 2-3pm
Lookout Room (3rd floor, Student Union)

This year's Campus Read, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, raises questions about the ethics of past and future medical research.

Join a panel of expert compliance staff and talented faculty who lead the Boise State's biomedical and social and behavioral review boards. Learn about this valuable partnership that oversees research to improve the human condition.

Dr. Ron Pfeiffer, Biomedical Institutional Review Board Chair
Dr. Mary Pritchard, Social & Behavioral Institutional Review Board Chair
Ms. Judie Mayne, Office of Research Compliance Director
Ms. Amy Smith, Office of Research Compliance Coordinator

Co-sponsored by the Division of Research and Economic Development and the STEM Station

For more information contact BreAnne Hovley at 

Please visit the Campus Read Resources Guide (http://guides.boisestate.edu/henriettalacks), created by librarians at the Albertsons Library, if you would like to access additional resources that discuss the book, and also find how you can check out a copy of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.

Carrie Moor,


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