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Committee members


Graciela Cabana

Graciela Cabana

Chair

Jennifer Wagner

Jennifer Wagner

Chair

Bert Covert

Bert Covert

Eric Delson

Eric Delson

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Ann M. Kakaliouras

Robin Nelson

Robin Nelson

Karen Rosenberg

Karen Rosenberg

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Christina Torres-Rouff

Trudy Turner

Trudy R. Turner

Jennifer Eyre

Jennifer Eyre

Ethics Fellow

Kristina Zarenko

Kristina Zarenko

Ethics Fellow

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