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Appendix II: Staff

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Audrey R. Chapman, M.Div., Ph.D., who serves as director of two AAAS programs, the Dialogue on Science, Religion, and Ethics and Science and Human Rights, is trained both as a social scientist and religious ethicist. She is the author or editor of 14 books, including the just published Unprecedented Choices: Religious Ethics at the Frontiers of Genetic Science. She is one of the authors of the AAAS/ICS Stem Cell report.

Mark S. Frankel, Ph.D., is director of the AAAS Scientific Freedom, Responsibility and Law Program, where he develops and manages the Association's science, ethics and law activities. He is editor of Professional Ethics Report, a AAAS Fellow, and has published extensively on the ethical and legal implications of advances in biomedicine. He is one of the authors of the AAAS/ICS Stem Cell report.

Michele S. Garfinkel, Ph.D., is a Program Assistant in the AAAS Scientific Freedom, Responsibility and Law Program. Prior to joining AAAS, she was a post-doctoral Fellow at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. She is one of the authors of the AAAS/ICS Stem Cell Report.

Institute for Civil Society

Gail Pressberg, a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Civil Society, has been a social change activist for 25 years. Prior to her assignment at ICS, she was Director of the Center for Israeli Peace and Security of Americans for Peace Now; Executive Director of the Foundation for Middle East Peace; and a Staff Director at the American Friends Service Committee.

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