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Marcia Angell, MD
Corresponding Member of the Faculty of Global Health and Social Medicine

Marcia Angell, MD, is a corresponding member of the faculty of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School and faculty associate in the Center for Bioethics. She stepped down as editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine on June 30, 2000. A graduate of Boston University School of Medicine, she trained in both internal medicine and anatomic pathology. She joined the editorial staff of the New England Journal of Medicine in 1979, became executive editor in 1988, and editor-in-chief in 1999.

Fellow in Bioethics

Irina Anselm, MD, is an attending physician in neurology at Boston Children’s Hospital. She received her MD from St. Petersburg Pediatric Medical University in Russia. As more and more genetic testing options become available, the more ethical dilemmas arise in areas such as the dissemination of test results, health care coverage, and public health care policy; she is interested in these ethical aspects surrounding genetic testing. She received the Making a Change for Mito Award from the MitoAction: Mitochondrial Disease Action Committee.

Mark Barnes

Mark focuses his practice in the area of research, advising clients throughout higher education and the health care industry, including pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, hospitals, and universities. He has extensive experience in legal issues related to research with humans and animals, stem cell and genetic research, research grants and contracts, research misconduct, and international research. Mark also frequently advises clients on clinical trials compliance, Medicare reimbursement, False Claims Act issues, and medical privacy.

Program and Financial Administrator

As the program and finance administrator, Ms. Bastille, MSc., is responsible for the oversight of the Center's finances, and the day-to-day management of the the Center's programming and administrative team. A longstanding member of the Harvard University community, Ms.

Program and Financial Administrator

As the program and finance administrator, Ms. Bastille, MSc., is responsible for the oversight of the Center's finances, and the day-to-day management of the the Center's programming and administrative team. A longstanding member of the Harvard University community, Ms.

Postdoctoral Researcher

Kelsey Berry, PhD, is a postdoctoral research scholar at the Center for
Bioethics at Harvard Medical School. She received her PhD in health policy
and ethics from Harvard University and her BA in political philosophy
and neuroscience from Princeton University. Kelsey’s research examines
the application of theories of justice to resource allocation dilemmas
in domestic and global health systems, especially as it regards access
to health care for vulnerable populations and the role of nonmedical

Barbara Bierer
Professor of Medicine (Pediatrics)

Barbara Bierer is the program director of the Regulatory Foundations, Law and Ethics Program of the Harvard Catalyst, the Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Award. Dr.

Fellow in Bioethics

Elizabeth Boskey, PhD, MPH, LICSW, is a social worker and researcher in the Center for Gender Surgery at Boston Children’s Hospital. She received her PhD in biophysics and her MPH from Johns Hopkins University with a focus on women's reproductive biology and health, and her MSSW from the University of Louisville. She is interested in ethical questions at the intersection of reproductive rights, fertility regulation, and transgender medicine. Elizabeth is the author of several popular science books for children and adults.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry

Wes Boyd, MD, PhD is on the faculty at the Center for Bioethics and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is a staff psychiatrist at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) and is the co-founder of the Human Rights and Asylum Clinic at CHA. Wes graduated with a BA cum laude from Yale in philosophy. He then attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he received an MA in philosophy, a Ph.D. in religion and culture, and a medical degree.