Bonnie Stabile is a Research Assistant Professor in the School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs at George Mason University, where she also serves as Assistant Director of the Center for the Study of International Medical Policies and Practices (CSIMPP). She is a core faculty member of the Health and Medical Policy Program, teaching courses in Policy Analysis, Policy and Program Evaluation, and Ethics.
Professor Stabile serves as Deputy Editor of World Medical & Health Policy, a peer reviewed academic journal published by Wiley-Blackwell, and has served as a manuscript reviewer for other journals including the Review of Policy Research and the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law.
Professor Stabile’s research interests include the ethical and policy dilemmas posed by the use of advanced technologies at the beginning and end of life; and the potential of policy analysis and program evaluation to improve policy outcomes.
Professor Stabile’s federal government work experience includes acting as Installation Coordinator of a U.S. Army post in Amberg, Germany, and as a Program Analyst for the Federal Home Loan Bank Board. From 1989-1993 she was Program Coordinator of the Senior Managers in Government Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
||Stabile, Bonnie. 2014. “Cloning” in Science and Politics: An A to Z Guide to Issues and Controversies, Brent S. Steel, Editor, CQ Press/Sage Books. |
||Stabile, Bonnie. Editor. 2013. Conflicts in Health Policy: Regulation, Rhetoric, Theory and Practice. Washington, DC: Westphalia Press. |
||Edited volume with Foreword by Randy S. Clemons and Mark K. McBeth|
|| Stabile, Bonnie. 2013. “The Ethics of Regulating Reproductive Technologies: Women as Child Bearers, Rights Bearers and Objects of Paternalism.” Public Integrity, Symposium on Gender and Ethics. |
||Stabile, Bonnie. 2009. "What's the Matter with Kansas? Legislative Debates Over Stem Cell Research in Kansas and Massachusetts." Politics and the Life Sciences 28 (1): 26-39.|
||Stabile, Bonnie. 2010. "Stem Cells, Cloning, and Political Liberalism." World Medical & Health Policy 2 (1): Article 17.|
||Stabile, Bonnie, and S. J. Tolchin. 2008. "Winning Over an Increasingly Cynical Public: Debate Over Stem Cell Research and Other Biotechnologies." In Routledge Handbook on Political Management, ed. Dennis Johnson. New York: Routledge. p. 564 - 577.|
Health Policy PRIMARY
Social Policy SECONDARY
Policy Process Theory SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY