Kristina Hallez helps coordinate research ethics training programs in conjunction with the Fogarty African Bioethics Consortium and manages a project on streamlined informed consent approaches in comparative effectiveness research. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Wesleyan University and her Masters in Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University with a Certificate in International Development from the Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). She has previously worked at Social Research Center at the American University in Cairo, Egypt as a communications officer for the Pathways of Women’s Empowerment research consortium and researcher on randomized conditional cash transfer welfare pilot for low-income families in rural Upper Egypt.
- Kass, N., Faden, R., Fabi, R.E., Morain, S., Hallez, K., Whicher, D., Tunis, S., Moloney, R., Messner, D. and Pitcavage, J., 2016. Alternative consent models for comparative effectiveness studies: Views of patients from two institutions. AJOB Empirical Bioethics, 7(2), pp.92-105.
- Kass, N.E., Ali, J., Hallez, K. and Hyder, A.A., 2016. Bioethics training programmes for Africa: evaluating professional and bioethics-related achievements of African trainees after a decade of Fogarty NIH investment. BMJ Open, 6(9), p.e012758.
- Hyder, A.A., Ali, J., Hallez, K., White, T., Sewankambo, N.K. and Kass, N.E., 2015. Exploring institutional research ethics systems: a case study from Uganda. AJOB Empirical Bioethics, 6(3), pp.1-14.
- Kass, N.E., Taylor, H.A., Ali, J., Hallez, K. and Chaisson, L., 2015. A pilot study of simple interventions to improve informed consent in clinical research: Feasibility, approach, and results. Clinical Trials, 12(1), pp.54-66.