About Lauren B Solberg
Professor Solberg is the Director of the Program in Bioethics, Law and Medical Professionalism. She teaches medical students, graduate and undergraduate students, and other learners about issues in clinical and research ethics. Each year, she directs a course for graduate students called the Law and Ethics of Aging, and she directs the Clinical Ethics, Law, and Professionalism thread in the MD curriculum. Professor Solberg conducts much of her research on bioethics education, and she has received funding from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation to develop, implement, and evaluate these education programs. She has also written and presented extensively about the ethical and regulatory considerations when using social media to conduct research.