Some selected examples of my wonkier items over the years.
Schmidt-Mai K. and Moreno J.D. “A Wartime Medical Experiment as Propaganda: The Malaria Case,” M. Connelly, J. Fox, S. Goebel and U. Schmidt, eds. Propaganda and Conflict: War, Media and Shaping theTwentieth Century (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019).
Evans N.G., Sisti D.A.,Moreno J.D., “Ethical considerations on the complicity of psychologists and scientists in torture,” Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, published online 20 February 2019.
Lucas G.F., Fernandes M.S., Moreno J.D., Goldin J.R., “Mapping Bioethics in Latin America: History, Theoretical Models, and Scientific Output,” Bioethical Inquiry, published online18 February 2019.
Moreno J.D. and Schulkin J., “Epineuromics,” New Ideas in Psychology, 2018.
Moreno J.D., Schmidt U., Joffe S. “The Nuremberg Code 70 Years Later,” JAMA, August 19, 2017.
Moreno J.D. et al., “Managing Cell and Human Identity,” Science 356(6334):2017.
Moreno J.D., “Human Gene Editing: Where Does the 2017 National Academy of Sciences Report Bring Us?” Annals of Internal Medicine 10(166):2017.
Moreno J.D., “The Emerging Life Sciences and the National Security State,” Strategic Studies Quarterly 10(3):2016.
Moreno J.D., “Acid Brothers: Henry Beecher, Timothy Leary, and the Psychedelic of the Century,” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 59(1):2016.
Moreno J.D. and Sisti D. “Biomedical Research Ethics: Landmark Cases, Scandals, and Conceptual Shifts” in The Routledge Companion to Bioethics, John Arras, Rebecca Kukla, Elizabeth Fenton, eds. New York: Routledge, 2015).
Evans N. and Moreno J.D., “Yesterday’s war; tomorrow’s technology: peer commentary on ‘Ethical, legal, social and policy issues in the use of genomic technologies by the US military,” Journal of Law and the Biosciences 3(1): 2014.
Moreno J.D., “Mind Wars: Brain Science and the Military,” Monash Bioethics Review 31(2), September 2013, pp. 83-99.
Tennison M. and Moreno J.D., “Neuroscience, Ethics and National Security: The State of the Art,” PLoS Biology, March 2012.
Moreno J.D. , “Society and the Reception of Imaging Technology: The American Experience,” Cortex (2011), doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2011.04.024.
Tereskerz P., Guterbock T.M., Kermer D., and MorenoJ.D., “An Opinion and Practice Survey on the Structure and Management of Data and Safety Monitoring Boards,” Accountability in Research 18(1):1-30, 2011.
Berger S. and Moreno J.D., “Public Trust, Public Health, and Public Safety: A Progressive Response to Bioterrorism,” Harvard Law & Policy Review 4(2):295-317, 2010.
Tereskerz, P.M., Hamric A., Guterbock, T., and Moreno J.D., “Prevalence of Industry Support and Its Relationship to Research Integrity,” Accountability in Research 16:78-105, 2009.
Cooper J.D., Clayman R.V., Krummel T.M. et al., “Inside the Operating Room—Balancing the Risks and Benefits of New Surgical Procedures: A Collection of Perspectives and Panel Discussion,” Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 75(Suppl 6):S37-S54; doi:10.3949/ccjm.75.Suppl_6.S37, 2008.
Jennings B. and Moreno J.D., “Bioethics in the United States: Contested Terrain for Competing Visions of American Liberalism,” in C. Myser (ed.), Bioethics Around the Globe.New York:OxfordUniversity Press, 2011.
Moreno J.D., “Brain Trust: Neuroscience and National Security in the 21st Century,” in J. Illes (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Neuroethics. New York:OxfordUniversity Press, 2011.
Moreno J.D. “Bioethics and the NationalSecurityState,” In: Michael Freeman (ed.) The Ethics of Public Health, Volume II. The International Library of Law, Medicine and Ethics. London: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010. (Reprinted from Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 2004.)
Childress J., Faden R., Gaare R., Gostin L., Kahn J., Bonnie R., Kass N., Mastroianni A., MorenoJD., and Nieburg P. “Public Health Ethics: Mapping the Terrain,” In: Public Health Ethics: Mapping the Terrain Michael Freeman (ed.) The Ethics of Public Health, Volume I. The International Library of Law, Medicine and Ethics. London: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010. (Reprinted from Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 2002.)
Moreno J.D. and Kravitt, A., “The Ethics of Pediatric Research.” In: G. Miller (ed.), Pediatric Bioethics. New York:Cambridge, 2010.
Moreno J.D. and Peroski M. “Bioethics and National Security.” In: V. Ravitsky, A. Fiester, A.C. Caplan (eds.) The Penn Center Guide to Bioethics. New York: Springer Publishing Company, 2009.
Moreno J.D. “Bioethics and Bioweapons.” In: R.B. Baker and L.B. McCullough (eds.) The Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics. Cambridge:CambridgeUniversity Press, 2008.
Feinstein E., Caplan A. and MorenoJ.D. “The Ethics of Off-Label Uses of FDA-Approved Products.” In : M.C. Levy (ed.) Off-Label Communications: A Guide to Sales & Marketing Compliance (Washington,D.C.: FDLI, 2008); Second Edition 2009.
Blacksher E. and MorenoJ.D. “The History of Informed Consent in Research.” In: Emanuel E.J., Grady C., Crouch R.A., et a.l. (eds.) The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics.New York:OxfordUniversity Press, 2008.
Hurt V. and Moreno J.D. “Captive Populations: Prisoners, Students and Soldiers.” In: Emanuel E.J., Grady C., Crouch R.A., et al.. (eds.) The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Research Ethics.New York:OxfordUniversity Press, 2008