Andrea Boggio

Andrea Boggio

After completing my undergraduate degree in law in Milan (Italy), I earned a doctoral degree in law from Stanford University and completed my post-doc training in bioethics at the University of Geneva. I am the Legal Studies Coordinator and teach courses offered in the College of Arts and Sciences (including the First Year Curriculum), College of Business, and School of Health Sciences.

JSD, Stanford Law School

JSM, Stanford Law School

LLD, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

Boggio, A., Would a gene-editing ban fit human-rights law?, Nature, 2019.

Boggio, A.,Knoppers, B. M.,Almqvist, J.,Romano, C. P., The Human Right to Science and the Regulation of Human Germline Engineering., The CRISPR journal, 2019.

Boggio, A., Compensating Asbestos Victims. Law and the Dark Side of Industrialization, Ashgate, 2013.

Gatti, A.,Boggio, A., Health and development: toward a matrix approach, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

Boggio, A.,Ohrt, C., How to Stop Losing the Fight Against Malaria, Project Syndicate, 2018.

Boggio, A.,Romano, C. P., Freedom of research and the right to science: from theory to advocacy, The freedom of scientific research (Simona Giordano, ed.), Manchester University Press: 162-175, 2018.

Boggio, A.,W. L. Ho, C., The Human Right to Science and Foundational Technologies, The American Journal of Bioethics, 2018.

Boggio, A., Population Biobanks’ Governance: A Case Study of Knowledge Commons, Cambridge University Press, 2017.

Boggio, A., The legalisation of gamete donation in Italy, European Journal of Health Law, 2017.

Ballabeni, A.,Hemenway, D.,Boggio, A., Basic Research and Knowledge Production Modes: A View from the Harvard Medical School, Science, Technology, & Human Values, 2015.

Xu, Q.,Ballabeni, A.,Boggio, A., Countries’ Biomedical Publications and Attraction Scores. A PubMed-based assessment [version 2; referees: 2 approved], F1000Research, 2015.

Ballabeni, A.,Hemenway, D.,Boggio, A., Policies to increase the social value of science and the scientist satisfaction. An exploratory survey among Harvard bioscientists., F1000Research, 2014.

Boggio, A., ¿A qué nos referimos cuando hablamos de “responsabilidad extracontractual”? Una aproximación sociojurídica al derecho de la responsabilidad, Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2013.

Boggio, A., Linking corporate power to corporate structures: An empirical analysis, Social & Legal Studies, 2012.

Boggio, A., Biobanks and the ‘well-being’of humanity: integrating consent to research with the capability approach, Critical Public Health, 2010.

Boggio, A., La procreazione medicalmente assistita tra diritto e clinica: il ruolo del medico, Pratica Medica & Aspetti Legali, 2010.

Boggio, A., Transnational Perspective on Human Genetics and Property Rights Mobilizations of Indigenous Peoples, Ashgate, 2010.

Corbellini, G.,Boggio, A., Regulating assisted reproduction in Italy: a 5-year assessment, Human Fertility, 2009.

Boggio, A., Various chapters in "Ethical issues in governing biobanks. Global perspectives", Routledge, 2008.

Boggio, A., Human rights and global health emergencies preparedness, Journal of global health, 2020.

Boggio, A.,Romano, C.,Almqvist, J., Human Germline Modification and the Right to Science: A Comparative Study of National Laws and Policies, Cambridge University Press, 2020.

Hemenway, D.,Ballabeni, A.,Boggio, A., Recognizing Basic Science Contributions. A “basic bibliography” for new drugs would provide scientists with soft incentives and acknowledge the value of basic biomedical research., The Scientist, 2014.

Capron, A. M.,Mauron, A.,Elger, B. S.,Boggio, A.,Ganguli-Mitra, A.,Biller-Andorno, N., Ethical norms and the international governance of genetic databases and biobanks: findings from an international study, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 2009.

Boggio, A., Informing participants about research results, Ashgate, 2008.

Zignol, M.,Jaramillo, E.,Nunn, P.,Pinet, G.,Raviglione, M.,Boggio, A., Limitations on human rights: Are they justifiable to reduce the burden of TB in the era of MDR-and XDR-TB?, Health and Human Rights, 2008.

Boggio, A., The Role of International Stakeholders in Genomics and Public Health, Brill, 2006.

Boggio, A., The global enforcement of human rights: the unintended consequences of transnational litigation, The International Journal of Human Rights, 2006.

Biller-Andorno, N.,Elger, B.,Mauron, A.,Capron, A. M.,Boggio, A., Comparing guidelines on biobanks: emerging consensus and unresolved controversies, , 2005.

Boggio, A., Charitable Trusts and Human Research Genetic Databases: The Way Forward?, Genomics, Society and Policy, 2005.

Boggio, A., Italy enacts new law on medically assisted reproduction, Human Reproduction, 2005.

Boggio, A., The Compensation of the Victims of the Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease in the United Kingdom, Medical Law International, 2005.

Boggio, A., From Protections to Protection: Rethinking Italian Cultural Heritage Policy, Columbia-VLA Journal of Law & Arts, 2000.

Santander Faculty Research Collaboration Award, 2017

Merit, 2015

Summer Stipend, 2015

Summer Stipend, 2014

Merit, 2013

Summer Stipend, 2013

Merit, 2011

Merit, 2009

International Law<br>Health Law<br>Business Law (US and International)<br>Health Care Ethics/Biomedical Ethics<br>Food Systems

My current research focuses on science policy issues. I am working on a book project on science and human rights, analyzing Article 27 of the 1948 Universal Declaration and Article 15 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. In 2019, I published a co-edited book on the regulation of gene editing focusing on germline modifications.

International Bioethics Association

American Bar Association

Law and Society Association

International Association for the Study of the Commons

Academy of Legal Studies in Business