Elliott Mark Weiss, MD, MSME
Elliott M. Weiss, MD, MSME, is an associate professor in the Division of Neonatology at the University of Washington and faculty at the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics and Palliative Care at Seattle Children’s Hospital. He is an attending physician in the neonatal intensive care unit and on the ethics consult service. He completed fellowships in Neonatology and Advanced Biomedical Ethics at the University of Pennsylvania, where he also received a Master of Science in Medical Ethics. His two major areas of scholarship are: 1) recruitment for clinical research, including improving recruitment processes, learning from the experience of research staff, and decreasing disparities in clinical trial participation; and 2) clinical decision-making, including models of shared decision-making, decision-making in times of uncertainty, communication, and considering the chronically critically ill.
Devin Duenas, MA
Clinical Research Coordinator III
Devin Duenas is a research associate at the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics at Seattle Children’s Research Institute. He currently serves as the managing editor for the Challenging Cases in Research Ethics series in the American Journal of Bioethics. His research interests include the attitudes, perceptions and decision-making processes of research participants and the ethical issues related to data and privacy.
Andrea Kelsh, BA
Clinical Research Coordinator I
Andrea Kelsh is a clinical research coordinator I at the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics at Seattle Children’s Research Institute. She currently serves as the coordinator for the Clinical Research Ethics Consultation Collaborative (CRECC).
Clinical Research Coordinator II
Ellie Oslin has been a clinical research coordinator II at the Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics and Palliative Care since April 2022. She supports multiple research projects and investigators, particularly those focused on developing new, innovative interventions or educational modules to improve equity and visibility within the healthcare system for racial/ethnic minorities and families who have children with SNI.