Maria W. Merritt, PhD
Core Faculty, Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics
International Health, Bloomberg School of Public Health
Bioethics, Global Health, International Research Ethics, Public Health Ethics, Moral Philosophy, Moral Psychology
Most recent peer-reviewed publications:
Merritt MW, Katz J, Mojtabai R, West KP, Jr. (2015). Referral of research participants for ancillary care in community-based public health intervention research: a guiding framework. Public Health Ethics (in press).
Krubiner CB, Syed RH, Merritt MW (2015). Guidance on health researchers’ ancillary-care responsibilities in low-resource settings: the current institutional landscape. IRB: Ethics and Human Research 37(2):12-19.
Bailey TC, Merritt MW, Tediosi F (2015). Investing in justice: ethics, evidence, and the eradication investment cases for lymphatic filariasis and onchocerciasis. American Journal of Public Health 105(4):629-636.
King KF, Kolopack P, Merritt MW, Lavery JV (2014). Community engagement and the human infrastructure of global health research. BMC Medical Ethics 15 (1):84.
Holzer, J. K., Ellis, L., Merritt, M. W. (2014). Why we need community engagement in medical research. Journal of Investigative Medicine 62(6):851-855.