Saint Louis University

Stephanie Solomon, PhD

Selected Publications

 

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

  • S. Solomon et al. "Community-Engaged Research Ethics Review: Exploring Flexibility in Federal Regulations." IRB (coming in 2016)
  • S. Solomon. I don’t think that word means what you think it means: The mismatch between biobanking and current consent requirements. Resubmitted: Public Health Ethics (revise and resubmitted)
  • S. Solomon. "Too Many Rationales, Not Enough Reason: A call to examine the goals of including lay members on Institutional Review Boards." (accepted by Accountability in Research 8-2014).
  • S. Hartz, P Cavazos-Rehg, R Culverhouse, K Dineen, J DuBois, K Kaphingst, D Kauffman, E Olfson, A Plunk, S Ranmarine, N Saccone, S Solomon, L Bierut. "Return of genetic results in a high-risk sample: enthusiasm and positive behavioral change." (accepted to Genetics in Medicine)
  • S. Solomon and Ann Mongoven. "Extending the Surrogacy Analogy: Applying the Advance Directive Model to Biobanks." Public Health Genomics (accepted June 2014)
  • S. Solomon, B Eakin, R Kirk, P Piechowski, B Thomas. "Piloting a nationally disseminated, interactive human subjects protection program for community partners: Design, content and evaluation." Clinical and Translational Science April 2014; 7(2): 177-183.
  • S. Solomon et al. "Piloting a nationally disseminated, interactive human subjects protection program for community partners: Unexpected lessons learned from the field” Clinical and Translational Science April 2014; 7(2): 172-176.
  • S. Solomon. "Protecting and Respecting the Vulnerable: Existing Regulations or Further Protections?" Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics February 2013; 34(1): 17-28.
  • Anderson E, S Solomon, et al. "Research Ethics Education for Community Engaged Research: A Review and Research Agenda." JERHRE April 2012; 7(2): 3-19.
  • S. Solomon and Julia Abelson. "Why and When Should We Use Public Deliberation?" Hastings Center Report 2012; 42(2): pp. 17-20.
  • A. Mongoven & S. Solomon (co-authors). "Biobanking: Shifting the Analogy From Consent to Surrogacy." Genetics in Medicine February 2012; 14(2): pp. 183-188.
  • S. Solomon and PJ Piechowski. "Developing Community Partner Training: Regulations and Relationships." Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics June 2011; 6(2): pp.23-30.
  • S. Solomon. "Kuhn’s Alternative Path: Science and the social resistance to criticism." Perspectives on Science Vol. 18, N. 3, Fall 2010: 352-368.

Book Chapters

  • S. Solomon. Ch.24: Ethical Issues. Clinical Genomics: A Guide to Clinical Next Generation Sequencing. Elsevier (in press)
  • S. Solomon. "Using Debate to Foster Deeper Understanding of Controversial Policy Topics." ORI Casebook: Stories about Researchers Worth Discussing. Ed. J. Dubois. Rockville, MD: Office of Research Integrity.
  • S. Solomon. "Stakeholders or Experts? On the ambiguous implications of public participation in science." In The Social Sciences and Democracy: How philosophy of science informs us about their relation. Ed. Jeroen Van Bouwel. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. pp. 39-62.

Other Publications

  • Ethical Protections in Community Engaged Research Community Partner Training Program (2015)
  • Emily Anderson and S. Solomon. Community Engagement: Critical to Continued Public Trust in Research. American Journal of Bioethics 2013; 13(12): 44-46.
  • S. Solomon. "Public Health Emergencies: Research’s Friend or Foe?" American Journal of Bioethics (in press)
  • S. Goold and S. Solomon. "Where can we find justice?" The American Journal of Bioethics 2008; 8(10): 11-13.

Peer-Reviewed Publications (Submitted)

  • S. Solomon. "I don’t think that word means what you think it means: The mismatch between biobanking and current consent requirements." Resubmitted: Public Health Ethics 6-5-14 (revise and resubmit by April 2015)
  • K. Edwards, John Lynch, Stephanie M. Fullerton, John Hodges-Howell, Maureen elley, Ellen Kuwana, Stephanie Solomon Ben Wilfond. “Show Me the Money: Let’s talk about commercial involvement in Biobanks.” Nature Biotechnology (submitted)


SALUS CENTER,   3545 LAFAYETTE,   ST. LOUIS, MO 63104-1314   |   P: 314.977.1060   F: 314.977.5150
© 1818 - 2015  SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY   |   Disclaimer   |  Mobile Site
St. Louis   |   Madrid