Matthew McCoy, PhD

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Assistant Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Medical Ethics and Health Policy

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1404 Blockley Hall
423 Guardian Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19104
B.A. (English and Politics)
University of San Francisco, 2003.
M.Sc. (Political Theory)
London School of Economics and Political Science, 2008.
Ph.D. (Political Theory)
Princeton University, 2015.
M.B.E. (Bioethics)
University of Pennsylvania, 2017.
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Selected Publications

Matthew S.McCoy, PhD, Olivia Pagán, Gabrielle Donohoe, Genevieve P. Kanter, PhD, Ronald S. Litman, DO: Conflicts of Interest of Public Speakers at Meetings of the Anesthetic and Analgesic Drug Products Advisory Committee. JAMA Internal Medicine 178(7): 996-997, July 2018

McCoy MS, Emanuel EJ: Public Engagement in Health Policy Making: Mapping Aims and Approaches. Routledge Ethics and Public Policy Handbook. Lever A, Poem A (eds.). Routledge, November 2018.

McCoy MS, Jongsma KR, Friesen P, Dunn M, Neuhaus CP, Rand L, Sheehan M: The National Standards for Public Involvement in Research: Missing the Forest for the Trees. Journal of Medical Ethics 44: 801-804, October 2018.

Berns JS, Glickman A, McCoy MS: Dialysis-Facility Joint-Venture Ownership — Hidden Conflicts of Interest. New England Journal of Medicine Page: 1295-1297, October 2018.

McCoy MS, Kanter GP: Campaign contributions from political action committees to members of Congressional committees responding to the opioid crisis JAMA 320(14): 1489–1491, October 2018.

Largent EA, Lynch HF, McCoy MS : Patient-Engaged Research: Choosing the “Right” Patients to Avoid Pitfalls. Hasting Center Report 48(5), September 2018.

McCoy MS: Industry Support of Patient Advocacy Organizations: The Case for Sunshine. American Journal of Public Health 108(8): 1026-1030, August 2018.

McCoy MS, Kanter GP: The real Chris Collins scandal: lax conflict-of-interest rules in Congress. STAT News August 2018 Notes:

Bekelman JE, Joffe S: Three Steps Toward a More Sustainable Path for Targeted Cancer Drugs. JAMA April 2018.

Sisti DA: Nonvoluntary Psychiatric Treatment Is Distinct From Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment. JAMA 318(11), September 2017.

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