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Osagie Obasogie, JD, PhD

Title(s)Associate Adjunct Professor, Social Behavioral Sciences
SchoolSchool of Nursing
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    1. Andorno R, Baylis F, Darnovsky M, Dickenson D, Haker H, Hasson K, Lowthorp L, Annas GJ, Bourgain C, Drabiak K, Graumann S, Grüber K, Kaiser M, King D, Kollek R, MacKellar C, Nie JB, Obasogie OK, Tyebally Fang M, Werner-Felmayer G, Zuscinova J. Geneva Statement on Heritable Human Genome Editing: The Need for Course Correction. Trends Biotechnol. 2020 Apr; 38(4):351-354. PMID: 32014274.
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    2. Obasogie OK, Newman Z. Police Violence, Use of Force Policies, and Public Health. Am J Law Med. 2017 May; 43(2-3):279-295. PMID: 29254463.
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    3. Bridges KM, Keel T, Obasogie OK. Introduction: Critical Race Theory and the Health Sciences. Am J Law Med. 2017 May; 43(2-3):179-182. PMID: 29254469.
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    4. Obasogie OK, Duster T. All that glitters isn't gold. Hastings Cent Rep. 2011 Sep-Oct; 41(5):15-8. PMID: 21980894.
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    5. Obasogie OK, Reiter KA. Human subjects research with prisoners: putting the ethical question in context. Bioethics. 2011 Jan; 25(1):55-6. PMID: 21158873.
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    6. Obasogie OK. Do blind people see race? Social, legal, and theoretical considerations. Law Soc Rev. 2010; 44(3-4):585-616. PMID: 21132954.
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    7. Winickoff DE, Obasogie OK. Race-specific drugs: regulatory trends and public policy. Trends Pharmacol Sci. 2008 Jun; 29(6):277-9. PMID: 18453000.
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    8. Obasogie OK. Beyond best practices: strict scrutiny as a regulatory model for race-specific medicines. J Law Med Ethics. 2008; 36(3):491-7. PMID: 18840241.
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