B.A., cum laude, Psychology, Amherst College, 2004
J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 2009
M.A., Bioethics, New York University, 2012
Areas of Research/Interest:
Health policy, organ donation, reproductive rights and technologies, end-of-life decisions and palliative care, neuroethics, legal and legislative treatment of medical and scientific processes.
Phoebe A. Stone is a graduate of Amherst College, Fordham Law School and a master’s degree candidate in bioethics at New York University. After graduating law school and prior to beginning her studies at NYU, Ms. Stone was an associate in the New York office of Schiff Hardin LLP. Ms. Stone focuses her research on topics dealing with the intersection of law, medicine and public policy.
2009 Hoffman Bioethics Award, American College of Legal Medicine
Bodies of Law: The Ethical Implications of Recognizing Property Rights in Human Body Tissue (18 Legal Med. Persp. 121 (2009)).
Legal and Ethical Considerations in the Disposition of Frozen Genetic Material: What Are the Rights of the Donor with Respect to His/Her Own Bodily Materials? International Bar Association, 2012 Annual Conference in Dublin (upcoming, October 2012).
Buying Bodies & The Need for Spare Parts – Organ Donation and the Case for Compensation. Presented at the International Bar Association, 2011 ANNUAL CONFERENCE in DUBAI, U.A.E. Nov. 2011.
Bodies of Law. Presented at the 2009 annual conference of the American College of Legal Medicine.
Organ Donation: International Approaches to Increasing the Supply of Transplantable Organs and the Legal Impediments to Applying Such Methods in the United States. Presented at the February, 2011 meeting of the New York City Bar Association’s Law and Science Committee.