Adil E. Shamoo
Dr. Adil E. Shamoo "is the founder and Editor-in-Chief (since 1988) of the journal, Accountability in Research and a member of several editorial boards among them the Drug Information Journal (2005-present). He was a member of the National Human Research Protections Advisory Committee (NHRPAC, 2000-2002)... He also chaired in 2003 a Special Issue GlaxoSmithKline Pharamaceuticals’ Ethics Advisory Group. Dr. Shamoo was appointed to Armed Forces Epidemiological Board (AFEB) of DOD as the ethics consultant (2003-2004). Dr. Shamoo has been teaching since 1991 a graduate course on: “Responsible Conduct of Research.” He chaired nine international conferences on ethics in research and human research protections and testified on this issue before Congressional Committees and the National Bioethics Advisory Commission. He chairs (2004-2006) the Ethics and Regulatory Forum of the Association of Clinical Reseach Professionals (ACRP). Dr. Shamoo served on numerous local and national boards and councils...
"Dr. Shamoo co-authored a textbook in 2003 titled: Responsible Conduct of Research (with David Resnik, Ph.D.). He also co-authored in 2002 a monograph titled: Ethics of the Use of Human Subjects in Research (with Felix Gyi, Pharm. D.)." 
- 10/2003-8/2004, Appointed to Armed Forces Epidemiological Board (AFEB) of DOD as the ethics consultant.
- 3/2003 - 3/2004, Chair, the Special Issue GlaxoSmithKline Pharamaceuticals’ Ethics Advisory Group.
- 1/02-present, Consultant, Friends Research Institute (FRI) Baltimore, MD.
- 7/94-6/97, Member of the Board of Directors of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, (Elected Position).
- 3/95-present, Member, Advisory Board, Science for Professionals, Inc.
- 5/94-present, Member of the Board of Directors of "Friends Research Institute, Inc." Baltimore, MD, a national research and philanthropic organization.
- 88-1992, Consultant and Member of Board of Scientific Advisors, Bionix Corporation, Potomac, MD.
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- ↑ Adil E. Shamoo, University of Maryland, accessed March 16, 2008.