Lisa Farinelli, Ph.D., M.B.A., R.N.
Dr. Lisa Farinelli is a Staff Scientist and Deputy Chief of Management and Administration in the Translational Addiction Medicine Branch and is Acting Deputy Clinical Director. She facilitates the coordination of research among investigators in the branch and supervises the ethical, safe, and compliant conduct of clinical inpatient and outpatient human laboratory studies. She conducts research to advance our understanding of personalized medicine in addiction. Dr. Farinelli obtained a Ph.D. in nursing at the University of Arizona.
About This Talk
There are strict regulations governing the ethical conduct of human subjects research. Dr. Farinelli will discuss three foundational ethical principles: respect for persons, beneficence, and justice. She will present case studies to translate these concepts into practice, providing a systematic understanding of the fundamental principles that guide human research.
Audiences: high school, college, community
Elementary and Middle School
High School and College