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Shawneequa CallierAssistant Professor of Clinical Research and Leadership
Office Phone: 202-994-4216
Department: Clinical Research and Leadership
- BA, Princeton University, 2000
- MS, Monash University, Australia, 2003
- JD, Georgetown University, 2006
Professor Shawneequa Callier has over ten years of experience analyzing the ethical, legal and social issues raised by genetic research. Her current research focuses on topics related to personalized genomic medicine, pharmacogenomics, and the use of personalized genomic testing as an educational tool. Professor Callier is also a Special Volunteer at the Center for Research on Genomics and Global Health, National Institutes of Health where she is contributing her legal expertise on issues related to pharmacogenomics.
Professor Callier has practiced health care law in Washington, D.C. and received research training as a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law, an interdisciplinary center for excellence in ethical, legal, and social implications research funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute and located in the Bioethics Department at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Professor Callier has also interned at the World Health Organization and the Nuffield Council on Bioethics where she first began analyzing the ethical, legal, and policy challenges raised by biomedical research.
- Clinical and Translational Research
- Clinical Management and Leadership
- Clinical Research Administration
- Core Curriculum in Health Sciences
- Emergency Medical Services
- Health Intervention and Disaster Response
- Pharmaceutical Sciences
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