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Michael Anderson Adrienne Asch Barbara Bowles Biesecker R. Alta Charo Francis Collins Nancy Fisher Kevin FitzGerald Rick Lazio Kathleen McAuliffe Paul Miller Zev Rosenwaks Lee Silver Meredith Vieira Faye Wattleton Nancy Wexler
Michael Anderson Adrienne Asch Barbara Bowles Biesecker R. Alta Charo Francis Collins Nancy Fisher Kevin FitzGerald Rick Lazio Kathleen McAuliffe Paul Miller Zev Rosenwaks Lee Silver Meredith Vieira Faye Wattleton Nancy Wexler
John Hockenberry John Hockenberry
Robert Krulwich Eric Lander
Robert Krulwich Eric Lander

Adrienne Asch , the Henry R. Luce Professor in Biology, Ethics and the Politics of Human Reproduction at Wellesley College, has written extensively on the ethical, psychological, social, and political implications of scientific advances and human reproduction. She has authored numerous articles and book chapters, including After Baby M: The Legal, Ethical and Social Dimensions of Surrogacy with A.R. Schiff; she also edited Prenatal Testing and Disability Rights with Erik Parens. Asch has served on several state and national policy advisory committees including the Bioethics Working Group of the Clinton Task Force on Health Care Reform and the National Commission on Childhood Disability. She currently serves on the National Human Genome Research Instituteās Policy Planning Group on Ethical, Legal and Social Implications. Professor Asch holds an M.S. in Social Work and a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Columbia University.


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