Dissertation: A Fetus By Any Other Name: How Words Shaped the Fetal Personhood Movement in US Courts and Society (1884-1973)

Dissertation: A Fetus By Any Other Name: How Words Shaped the Fetal Personhood Movement in US Courts and Society (1884-1973) Editor's note: Carolina Abboud defended her dissertation titled “A Fetus By Any Other Name: How Words Shaped the Fetal Personhood Movement in US Courts and Society (1884-1973),” in April 2020 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, George Justice, Gary Marchant, and Stephen Pyne, earning her a Doctor of Philosophy degree. https://repository.asu.edu/items/57191 Abstract:

Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse in Women

Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse in Women

Thesis: Surviving Cervical Cancer: A History of Prevention, Early Detection, and Treatment

Thesis: Surviving Cervical Cancer: A History of Prevention, Early Detection, and Treatment Editor's note: Alexis Darby defended her thesis titled “Surviving Cervical Cancer: A History of Prevention, Early Detection, and Treatment,” in May 2019 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Carolina Abboud, and Karin Ellison, earning her a Bachelor’s degree from Barrett, the Honors College. https://repository.asu.edu/items/53339 Abstract:

Thesis: How Purported Scientific Failures Have Led to Advancements in IVF

Thesis: How Purported Scientific Failures Have Led to Advancements in IVF Editor's note: Whitney Alexandra Tuoti defended her thesis titled “How Purported Scientific Failures Have Led to Advancements in IVF,” in August 2020 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Susan Fitzpatrick, and Carolina Abboud, earning her a Bachelor’s degree from Barrett, the Honors College. https://repository.asu.edu/items/62248 Abstract:

Thesis: Socioeconomic and Cultural Ideas of Endometriosis in Low and Middle-Income Countries: A Narrative Literature Review

Thesis: Socioeconomic and Cultural Ideas of Endometriosis in Low and Middle-Income Countries: A Narrative Literature Review Editor's note: Emily Santora defended her thesis titled “Socioeconomic and Cultural Ideas of Endometriosis in Low and Middle-Income Countries: A Narrative Literature Review,” in May 2019 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Carolina Abboud, and Ashley Hagaman, earning her a Bachelor’s degree from Barrett, the Honors College. https://repository.asu.edu/items/52679 Abstract:

“Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus: Implications for Male Reproductive Function” (2007), by Ishola Agbaje, Deirdre Rogers, Carmel McVicar, Neil McClure, Albert Atkinson, Con Mallidis, and Sheena Lewis

“Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus: Implications for Male Reproductive Function” (2007), by Ishola Agbaje, Deirdre Rogers, Carmel McVicar, Neil McClure, Albert Atkinson, Con Mallidis, and Sheena Lewis

“Pelvic Organ Prolapse” (2007), by John E. Jelovsek, Christopher Maher, and Matthew D. Barber

“Pelvic Organ Prolapse” (2007), by John E. Jelovsek, Christopher Maher, and Matthew D. Barber

Thesis: Informed Consent Laws for Abortion: What Do Women Have a "Right to Know?

Thesis: Informed Consent Laws for Abortion: What Do Women Have a "Right to Know? Editor's note: Richa Venkatraman defended her thesis titled “Informed Consent Laws for Abortion: What Do Women Have a "Right to Know?",” in May 2020 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Jennifer Brian, and Carolina Abboud, earning her a Bachelor’s degree from Barrett, the Honors College. https://repository.asu.edu/items/56488 Abstract:

“The Standardization of Terminology of Female Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction” (1996), Richard C. Bump, Anders Mattiasson, Kari Bø, Linda P. Brubaker, John O.L. DeLancey, Peter Klarskov, Bob L. Shull, Anthony R.B. Smith

“The Standardization of Terminology of Female Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction” (1996), Richard C. Bump, Anders Mattiasson, Kari Bø, Linda P. Brubaker, John O.L. DeLancey, Peter Klarskov, Bob L. Shull, Anthony R.B. Smith

Thesis: Growing Human Organs in Animals: Interspecies Blastocyst Complementation as a Potential Solution for Organ Transplant Limitations

Thesis: Growing Human Organs in Animals: Interspecies Blastocyst Complementation as a Potential Solution for Organ Transplant Limitations Editor's note: Alexis Darby defended her thesis titled “Growing Human Organs in Animals: Interspecies Blastocyst Complementation as a Potential Solution for Organ Transplant Limitations,” in July 2020 in front of committee members Jane Maienschein, Jason Robert, and Karin Ellison, earning her a Master of Science degree. https://repository.asu.edu/items/62836 Abstract: