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 Graham Janice Graham 

Janice E. Graham is a Professor in Medical Anthropology and Infectious Diseases, and former Canada Research Chair in Bioethics (2002-2012), in the Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University. Janice draws upon anthropology, science studies, technology assessment and bioethics to approach cultural, technical and moral issues in health. Working in the area of emerging biotherapeutics and vaccines in Canada, Africa, Europe, and Asia, Janice studies safety, efficacy, and trust in the construction and legitimization of clinical research and regulatory practices. She has presented evidence to the Science Policy Directorate, Office of Legislative and Regulatory Modernization, Parliament of Canada, WHO, and UN on regulatory risks of industry capture of independent research, open data, and public health.  Most recently, she served on the Scientific Advisory Group for the WHO Guinea Ebola vaccine trials that produced the first effective Ebola vaccine.

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