Hutchinson is the chair of the Donor Alliance Ethics Committee and boasts extensive experience in medical ethics, including serving on the Governor's Ethics Advisory Board and the Governor's Commission on Life & the Law.
What does EAB stand for?
EAB stands for Ethics Advisory Board
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We have 106 other meanings of EAB in our Acronym Attic
- Environmental Advisory Board
- Environmental Appeals Board (EPA)
- Epic-Level Attack Bonus (Dungeons and Dragons game)
- Eppley Administration Building (University of Nebraska at Omaha)
- Equilibrio Acido Base (Italian: Acid-Base Balance)
- Équipe Acro Beloeil (French: model airplane club; Belgium)
- Escaliers et Art du Bois (French: Stairs and Wood Art)
- Esperanto Association of Britain (aka Esperanto-Asocio de Britio; UK)
- Esperanto-Asocio de Britio (Esperanto: Esperanto Association of Britain; UK)
- Estate Affairs Board
- Europe Arab Bank (various locations)
- European Advisory Board (various organizations)
- European Association for Bioindustries
- European-American Bank
- Examinations Appeals Board (UK education)
- Exchange-a-Blade (knives)
- Exclusion Area Boundary
- Executive Advisory Board
- Expeditionary Air Base
- Experience Account Balance (finance)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Texas Ethics Advisory Board, an activist group, filed the complaints against Straus - a Republican whom some conservatives view as too moderate - with the Texas Ethics Commission.
An Ethics Advisory Board would be established to create guidelines for the benefits package and for the resolution of difficult ethical issues.
2439, which replaces earlier legislation introduced by Specter, Feinstein and Kennedy, contains a new provision requiring all researchers using cloning to reproduce human embryos, to first get approval from a scientific and ethics advisory board.
serving as a member of an ongoing bioethics board such as the Geron Ethics Advisory Board or the DNA Sciences Ethics Advisory Board; (4)
It has created an Ethics Advisory Board to function as an independent group to consult and give advice to the corporation on the ethical aspects of the work it sponsors.
Thus, "These are not embryos," the chair of the ACT ethics advisory board, Dartmouth University religion professor Ronald Green, told the AP.
Federal regulations mandate that, in order to receive public funding, proposals on human IVF research must by reviewed by an HHS ethics advisory board.