Maria W. Merritt, PhD

Position(s)

Core Faculty, Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics

School(s)

International Health, Bloomberg School of Public Health

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Current Courses Link

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.

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Projects

Building an Enabling Environment for Vaccines in India...

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Mpilonhle

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Nutrition Innovation Lab

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Identification and Enumeration of Pathogens in Drinking...

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