Student Fellow Alumna
Emily Largent was the 2014-2015 Peter Barton Hutt Student Fellow. At the conclusion of her fellowship year, she was in her third year at Harvard Law School and was a PhD candidate in the Harvard Program in Health Policy. She holds a BSFS from the Georgetown School of Foreign Service and a BSN from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Emily has published articles on topics including emergency research without informed consent, IRB members’ attitudes toward payment of research participants, access to orphan drugs, and research-care integration. She is a co-author of Clinical Research Ethics Consultation: A Casebook, a collection of case studies in research ethics. Her current research interests include payment of research participants, as well as offers of payment in other medical contexts. During her fellowship, she wrote about the National Organ Transplant Act (NOTA) in a paper entitled “NOTA: Not a Good Fit for Tissues."