Thesis: Substance-Exposed Newborns in Arizona: An Analysis of Medically, Ethically, and Legally Appropriate Federal and State Responses

Thesis: Substance-Exposed Newborns in Arizona: An Analysis of Medically, Ethically, and Legally Appropriate Federal and State Responses Editor's note: Chanapa Tantibanchachai defended her thesis titled “Substance-Exposed Newborns in Arizona: An Analysis of Medically, Ethically, and Legally Appropriate Federal and State Responses” in April 2015 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Karin Ellison, and Cristi Coursen earning her a Master of Science degree. https://repository.asu.edu/items/29965 Abstract:

Multiplex Automated Genome Engineering (MAGE)

Multiplex Automated Genome Engineering (MAGE)

Thesis: The ‘History and Nature of Science’ in the Era of Standards-Based Reform

Thesis: The ‘History and Nature of Science’ in the Era of Standards-Based Reform Editor's note: Cera Lawrence defended her thesis titled “The ‘History and Nature of Science’ in the Era of Standards-Based Reform” in April 2011 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Julie Luft, and Paul LePore, earning her a Master of Science degree. https://repository.asu.edu/items/9102 Abstract:

Oral Glucose Tolerance Test for Gestational Diabetes

Oral Glucose Tolerance Test for Gestational Diabetes

Thesis: Abortion: An objective lens at the formation of the polarization and stigma

Thesis: Abortion: An objective lens at the formation of the polarization and stigma Editor's note: Sepehr Abdi-Moradi defended her thesis titled “Abortion: An objective lens at the formation of the polarization and stigma” in April 2015 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Erica O’Neil, and Alexis Abboud earning her a Bachelors degree from Barrett, the Honors College. https://repository.asu.edu/items/29338 Abstract:

“The Social and Psychological Impact of Endometriosis on Women’s Lives: A Critical Narrative Review” (2013), by Lorraine Culley, Caroline Law, Nicky Hudson, Elaine Denny, Helene Mitchell, Miriam Baumgarten, and Nicholas Raine-Fenning

“The Social and Psychological Impact of Endometriosis on Women’s Lives: A Critical Narrative Review” (2013), by Lorraine Culley, Caroline Law, Nicky Hudson, Elaine Denny, Helene Mitchell, Miriam Baumgarten, and Nicholas Raine-Fenning

Thesis: Visualizing the Embryo: Establishing Procedures for Digital Image Production with the Embryo Project

Thesis: Visualizing the Embryo: Establishing Procedures for Digital Image Production with the Embryo Project Editor's note: Neekta Hamidi defended her thesis titled “Visualizing the Embryo: Establishing Procedures for Digital Image Production with the Embryo Project” in April 2013 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Nathan Crowe, and Erica O’Neil, earning her a Bachelor's degree from Barrett, the Honors College. https://repository.asu.edu/items/17113 Abstract:

The Doula Project (2007– )

The Doula Project (2007– )

Thesis: The Hwang Woo-Suk Scandal and the Development of Bioethics in South Korea

Thesis: The Hwang Woo-Suk Scandal and the Development of Bioethics in South Korea Editor's note: Anne Clay defended her thesis titled “The Hwang Woo-Suk Scandal and the Development of Bioethics in South Korea” in 2012 in front of committee members James Hurlbut, Jane Maienschein, and Gary Marchant, earning her a Bachelor's degree from Barrett, the Honors College. https://repository.asu.edu/items/15764 Abstract:

Thesis: The Human Genome Project and ELSI: The Imperative of Technology and Reduction of the Public Ethics Debate

Thesis: The Human Genome Project and ELSI: The Imperative of Technology and Reduction of the Public Ethics Debate Editor's note: Tito Brige Carvalho defended his thesis titled “The Human Genome Project and ELSI: The Imperative of Technology and Reduction of the Public Ethics Debate” in April 2012 in front of committee members Jason Robert, James Hurlbut, and Karin Ellison, earning him a Master of Science degree. https://repository.asu.edu/items/14974 Abstract: