Zubin Master


Dr. Zubin Master completed his undergraduate and doctoral training in cellular and molecular biology from York University and the University of Toronto respectively. He transitioned into bioethics and health policy research during his post-doctoral studies at Dalhousie University and the University of British Columbia. Presently, Zubin is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Science Policy Directorate of Health Canada and manages a project which aims to develop a framework on scientific integrity for Health Canada researchers and scientists. Previously, Zubin developed regulations on assisted reproduction and embryo research under the Assisted Human Reproduction Act at Health Canada. Zubin also continues with his academic interests through the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and performs theoretical/conceptual research in the area of bioethics. Zubin’s research interests focus on ethical issues in stem cell research and assisted reproductive and genetic technologies and more recently, the responsible conduct of research. He has published in numerous scientific and ethics journals and is involved in various committees.

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