Stephanie Solomon Cargill

IRB Chair

Stephanie Solomon Cargill, Ph.D. MSPH is Associate Professor at the Albert Gnaegi Center for Healthcare Ethics at Saint Louis University with secondary appointments at the School for Public Health and Social Justice and at the Center for Clinical Research Ethics at Washington University’s Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences. Her scholarship engages participant attitudes towards research and works to incorporate them into research ethics practice and policy. She has published on issues of vulnerable populations, IRB policy, biobanking ethics, and community engaged research ethics. She has also worked on funded projects including a PCORI-funded project engaging communities to discuss research funding priorities and a CTSA-funded project to develop and evaluate a training for community members engaged in research.

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Mission Statement

The mission of Castle IRB is to protect the rights and welfare of human participants in gene and cell therapy clinical trials while providing efficient, compliant IRB review of research. Using our portfolio of expertise, we strive to be the leading IRB partner in advancing safe, ethical and compliant gene and cell therapy clinical trials to accelerate the next evolution in advanced therapies.