• Consultant on ethics training and educational program development for students (undergraduates and graduate students), faculty, research staff, employees
  • Research consultant on professional ethics, research and engineering ethics, etc.
  • Organize committees to plan conferences, symposia and workshops
  • Speaker for large and small groups (e.g., conference or symposium keynote speaker, discussion leader/moderator for small to medium size interactive seminar)
  • Expert witness and legal consultant of professional standards and ethical values of science and engineering research professionals

Areas of Expertise

  • Professional ethics and creating an ethical climate
  • Research ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) (e.g., authorship issues, publication practices, conflicts of interest, data sharing and collaboration, mentorship issues, etc.)
  • Engineering ethics
  • Neuroethics

Consultant, Advisor and/or Speaker for (partial client list):

  • Colleges and Universities – Case Western Reserve, Clemson, Duke, Florida State University, Gonzaga, Harvard, Illinois Institute of Technology, MIT, Union College, University of California, University of Texas, Yale
  • Professional Societies – American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Chemical Society, Assoc. for Practical and Professional Ethics, National Academy of Engineering, National Academy of Sciences, Society for Neuroscience, Student Pugwash
  • Government Agencies – Dept. of Health and Human Services, Office of Research Integrity, National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Science Foundation (NSF), European Commission
  • Corporations
  • Law Firms

Woman-owned Business

  • Duns # 198505948
  • Cage # 47CY4
  • NAICS Codes: 611310 and 611699

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