Jacquelyn L. Goldberg, JD is the head of the National Cancer Institute's Central IRB Initiative. In addition to her expertise in the ethical and regulatory aspects of biomedical research, she has extensive program and policy experience in women’s health, hospital risk management, and community health planning. Prior to joining the federal government, she worked at the University of Missouri-Columbia as the Compliance Officer of the Health Sciences IRB. While working in human subjects protection at the University, she co-taught an undergraduate course on women's global health and was also involved in post-conflict health and development issues in Bosnia through the University's International Center for Psychosocial Trauma. She is a graduate of Brandeis University and Antioch School of Law.
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