Kathleen M. MacQueen is a Senior Social Scientist and Coordinator ofInterdisciplinary Research Ethics at Family Health International in Durham, NC.She is also adjunct faculty with the Universityof North Carolina at Chapel Hill inthe Department of Social Medicine, Schoolof Medicine and in the Health Behaviorand Health Education Program, School of Public Health. She hasa Ph.D. in anthropology from BinghamtonUniversity and MPH from the RollinsSchool of Public Health at Emory University.nbsp; Dr. MacQueen has been working in the area ofapplied research ethics and HIV prevention for over 15 years, with a strongemphasis on qualitative research methods. Both domestically and internationallyshe has provided leadership on the social, behavioral, and ethical dimensions oftrials of HIV vaccines, microbicides, and the prophylactic use ofantiretrovirals to prevent acquisition of HIV.nbsp;Before coming to FHI in 2001, she worked ten years at the Centers forDisease Control and Prevention as a research anthropologist and sciencedirector in the National Center for HIV, STD, andTB Prevention. Her scientific publications have appeared in journals as diverseas Medical Anthropology Quarterly, AnnualReview of Anthropology, American Journal of Public Health, American Journal ofPreventive Medicine, and AIDS Care Journal.
Emily E. Namey oversees qualitative research projects at Duke University in the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the Trent Center for Bioethics. Over the past 5 years, she has implemented qualitative research on subjects ranging from improving maternity care to vaccine trial participation during pregnancy to ethical approaches to genotype-driven research recruitment and the use and understanding of Certificates of Confidentiality. Prior to her work at Duke, Namey spent several years coordinating international, multisite socio-behavioral studies of HIV prevention at Family Health International. She has experience in the private sector as well, having completed projects at Intel Corporation and Nike, Inc. She also currently serves as a qualitative research consultant for Social Research Solutions, conducting trainings on qualitative research methods, analysis, and software. Her publications include contributions to the Handbook for Team-Based Qualitative Research (AltaMira, 2008) and Applied Thematic Analysis (Sage, 2012) as well as articles in Social Science & Medicine, Fertility and Sterility, AIDS Care Journal, IRB, and the Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics. Namey received her M.A. in applied anthropology from Northern Arizona University.