Christine Grady

Head, Section on Human Subjects Research at National Institutes of Health Clinical Center

Christine Grady

Christine Grady

Head, Section on Human Subjects Research at National Institutes of Health Clinical Center

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Co-Founder at The Hastings Center

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Co-Founder at The Hastings Center

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President at The Hastings Center

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Former Professional at The World Medical Association

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Vice Provost for Faculty at University of Pennsylvania

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Director at The Hastings Center

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Executive Director at Public Responsibility In Medicine & Research

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Director at The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

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Former President at Emory University

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Executive Vice Chancellor at University of Kansas

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Christine Grady
Head, Section on Human Subjects Research at National Institutes of Health Clinical Center
Education
M.S.N., Community Health Nursing

Boston College is one of the nation's best and most selective universities, with U.S. News & World Report ranking Boston College 31st among national universities, and Forbes ranking it 26th in its 2012 America's Best Colleges listing. Boston College confers more than 4,000 degrees annually in more than 50 fields of study through eight schools and colleges. Faculty members are committed to both teaching and research having earned nearly $60 million in research grants in the last year alone. The University has made a major commitment to academic excellence. As part of its Strategic Plan, Boston College is in the process of adding 100 new faculty positions, expanding faculty and graduate research, increasing student financial aid to more than $128 million annually, and widening opportunities in key undergraduate programs, such as international study, internships and student formation. Boston College has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, including a 75 percent increase in undergraduate applications over the past decade, to more than 34,000 for the 2,250 seats in its freshman class. During the same period, an increase in voluntary giving from alumni has helped to move the University's endowment to approximately $1.9 billion. Boston College students have also earned more than 200 prestigious academic scholarships over the past decade, including 2 Rhodes Scholarships, 4 Marshalls, 9 Goldwaters and 162 Fulbright grants.

B.S., Nursing & Biology, Sigma Theta Tau

Georgetown University is a private research university in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1789, it is the oldest Jesuit and Catholic university in the United States. Georgetown's main campus, located in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood, is noted for Healy Hall, a National Historic Landmark in the Romanesque revival style. Georgetown operates a law center on Capitol Hill and auxiliary campuses in Italy, Turkey, and Qatar.

Ph.D. in Philosophy

Georgetown College, the oldest Catholic College in the United States, was founded in 1789 by John Carroll, Archbishop of Baltimore. A progressive citizen of his time, he firmly believed in the principles of the United States Constitution. He made it clear that the new college was to be open to students of every religious persuasion. On March 1, 1815, President James Madison signed the act of Congress which chartered the College of Georgetown. In 1844, it was incorporated by another congressional act. During the years of the Civil War, Georgetown students fought for the North and South. Later the colors blue and gray were adopted by the College to signify the reunited nation and the sons of Georgetown who had served on both sides in its civil war. From its founding to the present day, the graduates of Georgetown College have taken their places in the forefront of almost every human endeavor. They serve as educators, public servants, and statesmen; they work in business, law, medicine, and research. Today, proud of its tradition and heritage, Georgetown, through all its graduates, seeks to serve the communities and the world in which it lives. The College exists to provide a liberal education for young men and women who will be called to intellectual, moral, and professional leadership, and to foster in them a lifelong commitment to the quest for truth. As a Jesuit college, it draws upon a dynamic tradition of education, characterized by an optimistic Christian humanism and committed to the assumption of responsibility and action. Accordingly, the College seeks to encourage the development of critical powers, respect for tradition and human reason, and an appreciation of life and all its endeavors. It promotes not only the intellectual disciplines but also the search for personal values and convictions that will enable its graduates, throughout their lives, to continue redefining and maturing their thought, and also to continue pursuing the integration of their activities, values, and relations with others. In light of these aims, the College has developed a diversified academic program in which fundamental issues and ultimate values play an integral role. A high priority is placed on quality teaching and on developing a community of learning among its faculty, students, and administrators.

Memberships
Fellow
2002 - Prior

With a small staff of senior researchers at the Center and drawing upon an internationally renowned group of more than 100 elected Fellows, The Hastings Center pursues interdisciplinary research and education that includes both theory and practice. Founded in 1969 by philosopher Daniel Callahan and psychoanalyst Willard Gaylin, The Hastings Center is the oldest independent, nonpartisan interdisciplinary research institute of its kind in the world. From its earliest days, the Center has understood that the moral problems arising from rapid advances in medicine and biology are set within a broad intellectual and social context. The Center's collaborations with policymakers, in the private as well as the public sphere, assist them in analyzing the ethical dimensions of their work.

Fellow
Prior

The Academy serves the public and the nursing profession by advancing health policy and practice through the generation, synthesis, and dissemination of nursing knowledge. Every day across America, the Academy and its members create and execute knowledge-driving and policy-related initiates to drive reform of America's healthcare system. Academy's more than 2,100 members—known as fellows—are nursing's most accomplished leaders in education management, practice and research. Fellows include association executives; university presidents, chancellors, and deans; state and federal political appointees; hospital chief executives and vice presidents for nursing; nurse consultants; researchers; and entrepreneurs. The sole corporate member of the American Academy of Nursing is the American Nurses Association (ANA). First approved by the 1964–66 ANA House of Delegates, the American Nurses Association by-laws were amended to call for an Academy of Nursing for the advancement of knowledge, education, and nursing practice. On April 24, 1973, thirty-six charter fellows held their first meeting. Then, fellows were elected to the governing council, and Rheba de Tornyay was elected as the inaugural president. Operating objectives included Advance new concepts in nursing and health care; Identify and explore issues in health, in the professions, and in society as they affect and are affected by nurses and nursing; Examine the dynamics within nursing, the interrelationships among the segments within nursing, and examine the interaction among nurses as all these affect the development of the nursing profession; and Identify and propose resolutions to issues and problems confronting nursing and health, including alternative plans for implementation. Articles of incorporation were approved by the District of Columbia in December 1999 constituting the Academy as a nonprofit corporation qualifying the Academy as a section 501(c)3 corporation. In 2006, the Academy established a Washington, DC, office in keeping with its strategic goals and recognizing the pivotal role of public policy in reforming American health care. Academy staff identifies key policy issues in which the Academy can mobilize its fellows, along with allied individuals and organizations, to support the Academy's policy agenda and affect change. In addition, the staff oversees outreach to lawmakers, the White House and relevant federal agencies, and to the media and other key audiences as the Academy strive to assure that nurses and their frontline knowledge are integrated into the quest for a system that delivers high-quality, affordable health care to all Americans. Reflecting its growth and focus, the Academy in 2007, consolidated the operational office and policy office into a single headquarters in Washington, DC.

Career History
Head, Section on Human Subjects Research
Current
Assistant Director, Clinical Science
Prior
Boards & Committees
Vice Chair, Board of Directors
Prior - 2019

PUBLIC RESPONSIBILITY IN MEDICINE AND RESEARCH (PRIM&R) ADVANCES THE HIGHEST ETHICAL STANDARDS IN THE CONDUCT OF BIOMEDICAL, BEHAVIORAL, AND SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH. WE ACCOMPLISH THIS MISSION THROUGH EDUCATION, MEMBERSHIP SERVICES, PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION, PUBLIC POLICY INITIATIVES, AND COMMUNITY BUILDING.

Board Director
Tenure Unconfirmed

With a small staff of senior researchers at the Center and drawing upon an internationally renowned group of more than 100 elected Fellows, The Hastings Center pursues interdisciplinary research and education that includes both theory and practice. Founded in 1969 by philosopher Daniel Callahan and psychoanalyst Willard Gaylin, The Hastings Center is the oldest independent, nonpartisan interdisciplinary research institute of its kind in the world. From its earliest days, the Center has understood that the moral problems arising from rapid advances in medicine and biology are set within a broad intellectual and social context. The Center's collaborations with policymakers, in the private as well as the public sphere, assist them in analyzing the ethical dimensions of their work.

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