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William Ridgeway Harrison (Lliam Harrison)

William R. ("Lliam") Harrison trained as a medical anthropologist at Arizona State University and the University of Arizona and studied law at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.  He has published results of his research on cross-cultural issues in medicine, bio-political aspects of disease, paleomycology (the study of fungal diseases in ancient human populations) and paleoimmunology.  These last two lines of research were reviewed in the journal Science.  Lliam has experience in conducting research involving human subjects, animal models and biohazardous materials.  

Lliam has been involved in research compliance and research integrity matters since 2000, when he was invited to serve on the Arizona State University human subject protections board (the IRB).  After moving to Maine in 2005, Lliam served as the Director of Research Compliance at the University of Southern Maine from 2006-2010.  Among other accomplishments during his tenure at USM, he spearheaded the development of the Maine IRB Symposium.  In addition to his role at UNE he has served as a community member and prisoner representative for the IRB at St. Joseph's College of Maine.  Lliam is an active mediator and court-appointed counsel for indigent criminal defendants.

Education

JD

Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University

1998

MA, Medical Anthropology

University of Arizona

1991

BA, Honors, Anthropology

Arizona State University

1989

Board Certifications and Licenses

United States Supreme Court

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth and First Circuits

United States District Court, Arizona & Maine

State Bars of Arizona, Massachusetts & Maine

Expertise

Paleopathology

Professional regulation

Research regulation and the ethical conduct of research

Informed consent

Research

Research Interests

Alternative Dispute Resolution, Ethical Decision Making

Selected Publications

Harrison, W. R. (1996) Dangerous Dirt:  Paleopathology of Valley Fever and the Biopolitics of Race. In M. Inhorn and P. Brown (Eds.), The Anthropology of Infectious Diseases:  An International Perspective (pp. 71-95).  New York: Gordon and Breach Scientific Publishers.

Harrison, W. R. (1992) Cross Cultural Medicine.  In R.M. Berkow, (Ed.) The Merck Manual 16th Edition (pp. 2593-2596). Rahway, New Jersey:  Merck Sharpe & Dhome.  2593-2596.

Harrison, W. R., Merbs, C. F., & Leathers, C. R. (1991) Coccidioidomycosis in an ancient Arizona Indian.  Journal of Infectious Diseases, 164(2):436-437.

Lliam Harrison

William Ridgeway Harrison (Lliam Harrison)

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JD MA

Director of Research Integrity

Biddeford Campus

Pickus Center
106

wharrison@une.edu

(207) 602-2244

On Campus
Teaching Online