My main research areas are in gender studies and bioethics, especially reproductive ethics.  My publication record includes three edited books, over 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals of various disciplines, and over a dozen book chapters. I work on both normative and empirical bioethics projects, many of which are multidisciplinary collaborations.

 

Edited Books

  1. Campo-Engelstein, L. and P. Burcher, eds. Reproductive Ethics: New Ideas and Innovations. Springer Press (2018).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L. and P. Burcher, eds. Reproductive Ethics: New Challenges and Conversations. Springer Press (2017).
  3. Woodruff, T.K., L. Zoloth, L. Campo-Engelstein, and Sarah Rodriguez, eds. Oncofertility: Ethical, Legal, Social, and Medical Perspectives. Springer Press (2010).

 

Journal Articles and Book Chapters (by topic, some are listed in two categories) 

Contraception

  1. Campo-Engelstein, L., Kaufman, S., and Parker, W.M. “‘Where Is the Pill for the “Reproductive Man’? A Content Analysis of Contemporary US Newspaper Articles.” Men and Masculinities (2019).
  2. Dorman, E., B. Perry, C.B. Polis, L. Campo-Engelstein, D. Shattuck, A. Hamlin, A. Aiken, J. Trussell, and D. Sokal. “Modeling the Impact of Novel Male Contraceptive Methods on Reductions in Unintended Pregnancies in Nigeria, South Africa, and the United States.” Contraception 97.1 (2018).
  3. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Make Room for Male Methods: Why We Should Expand the ACA Contraceptive Policy to Include Men.” Fertility & Sterility (April 11, 2017).
  4. Campo-Engelstein, L. Paternal-Fetal Harm and Men’s Moral Duty to Use Contraception: Applying the Principles of Nonmaleficence and Beneficence to Men’s Reproductive Responsibility.” Medicine Studies (May 2014).    
  5. Campo-Engelstein, L. Gender Norms and Contraceptive Trust.” The Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology (2013).
  6. Campo-Engelstein, L. Raging Hormones, Domestic Incompetence, and Contraceptive Indifference: Narratives Contributing to the Perception that Women Do Not Trust Men to Use Contraception.” Culture, Health and Sexuality (2013).
  7. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Competing Social Norms: Why Women Are Responsible for, But Ultimately Not Trusted with Contraception.” International Journal of Applied Philosophy (2012).
  8. Campo-Engelstein, L. Contraceptive Justice: Why We Need a Male Pill.” Virtual Mentor: American Medical Association Journal of Ethics (February 2012).
  9. Campo-Engelstein, L. No More Larking Around! Why We Need Long-Acting, Reversible Male Contraceptives.” Hasting Center Report (September/October 2011).

 

Fertility Preservation

Oncofertility

  1. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Common Ethical Issues in Oncofertility” in Textbook of Oncofertility Research and Practice, ed T.K. Woodruff (2019).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L. and N. Elster. “Developing a Sperm Banking Consent Process” in The Complete Guide to Male Fertility Preservation, eds. A. Majzoub and A. Agarwal (2018).
  3. Campo-Engelstein, L. and D. Chen. “Ethical Issues in Pediatric and Adolescent Fertility Preservation” in Pediatric and Adolescent Oncofertility, eds. T.K. Woodruff and Y.C. Gosiengfiao (2017).
  4. Petropanagos, A., and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Tough Talk: Discussing Fertility Preservation with Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer.” Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology 4.3 (September 2015).
  5. Rodriguez, S., L. Campo-Engelstein, and L. Emanuel. “Fertile Future? Potential Social Implications of Oncofertility.” Journal of Clinical Oncology 31.6 (Feb. 20, 2013).
  6. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Offering Testicular Tissue Cryopreservation to Boys: The Increasing Importance of Biological Fatherhood.” American Journal of Bioethics (March 2013).
  7. Rodriguez, S., L. Campo-Engelstein, M. Clayman, C. Knapp, G. Quinn, L. Zoloth, and L. Emanuel. “Pathways Toward the Future: Points to Consider for Oncofertility Oversight.” Journal of Cancer Survivorship 7.1 (2013).
  8. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Addressing the Three Most Frequently Asked Questions of a Bioethicist in an Oncofertility Setting” in Oncofertility Medical Practice, eds. T.K. Woodruff and C. Gracia (2012).
  9. Campo-Engelstein, L., S. Rodriguez, and S. Gardino. “Saving More than Lives: A Gendered Analysis of the Importance of Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients” in Public Health – Epidemiology, Environmental and System Issues, ed. Jay Maddock (2012).
  10. Quinn, G.P., D.N. Stearsman, L. Campo-Engelstein, and D. Murphy. “Preserving the Right to Future Children: An Ethical Case Analysis.” American Journal of Bioethics 12.6 (June 2012).
  11. Campo-Engelstein, L. Insurance Coverage for Cancer Treatment-Induced Conditions: Comparing Fertility Preservation Technology and Breast Reconstructive Surgery.” DePaul Law Review (Spring 2012).
  12. Gardino, S., S. Rodriguez, and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Infertility, Cancer, and Changing Gender Norms.” Journal of Cancer Survivorship 5.1 (March 2011).
  13. Basco, D., S. Rodriguez, and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Insuring Against Infertility: Expanding State Infertility Mandates to Include Fertility Preservation Technology for Cancer Patients.” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 38.4 (Winter 2010).
  14. Campo-Engelstein, L. “For the Sake of Consistency and Fairness: Why Insurance Companies Should Cover Iatrogenic Infertility” in Oncofertility: Ethical, Legal, Social, and Medical Perspectives (2010).
  15. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Consistency in Insurance Coverage for Iatrogenic Conditions Resulting from Cancer Treatment Including Fertility Preservation.” Journal of Clinical Oncology (March 10, 2010).

Fertility Preservation for Transgender and Intersex Individuals

  1. Quinn, G.P., Sampson, A., L. Campo-Engelstein, and L. Nehata. “In Response to ‘Words Matter in the Lives of Transgender Youth.’” Journal of Clinical Ethics 30.3 (2019).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L., D. Chen, A. Baratz, E. Johnson, and C. Finlayson. “Fertility Preservation for a Teenager with Differences (Disorders) of Sex Development: An Ethics Case Study Journal of Clinical Ethics (2019).
  3. Quinn, G.P., Sampson, A., and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Familial Discordance Regarding Fertility Preservation for a Transgender Teen: An Ethical Case Study.” Journal of Clinical Ethics 29.4 (2018).
  4. Campo-Engelstein, L. Fertility Preservation for a Transgender Teen.” Pediatrics (August 2018).
  5. Campo-Engelstein, L., D. Chen, A. Baratz, E. Johnson, and C. Finlayson. “The Ethics of Fertility Preservation for Pediatric Patients with Differences (Disorders) of Sex Development.” Journal of the Endocrine Society (2017).
  6. Finlayson, E.M. Johnson, D. Chen, E. Dabrowski, Y. Gosiengfiao, L. Campo-Engelstein, I. Rosoklija, J. Jacobson, M. Shnorhavorian, M.E. Pavone, M. Moravek, H.J. Bonifacio, L. Simons, J. Hudson, P. Fechner, V. Gomez-Lobo, R. Kadakia, A. Shurba, E. Rowell, T. K. Woodruff. “Proceedings of the Working Group Session on Fertility Preservation for Individuals with Gender and Sex Diversity.” Transgender Health 1.1 (2016).

Fertility Preservation for Age-Related Infertility

  1. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Scientific and Social Underpinnings of Oocyte Cryopreservation.” The Future in the Freezer: The Ethical, Social, Medical and Legal Implications of Human Egg Freezing, ed. D. Davis (forthcoming 2020).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Reproductive Technologies Are Not the Cure for Social Problems.” Journal of Medical Ethics (2020).
  3. Campo-Engelstein, L., R. Aziz, S. Darivelmula, J. Raffaele, R. Bhatia, and W.M. Parker. “Freezing Fertility or Freezing False Hope? A Content Analysis of the Portrayal of Social Egg Freezing in the US Print Media.” American Journal of Bioethics Empirical Bioethics (2018).
  4. Bhatia, R., and L. Campo-Engelstein. “The Biomedicalization of Social Egg Freezing: A Comparative Analysis of European and American Professional Ethics Opinions and U.S. News and Popular Media.” Science, Technology, & Human Values 43.5 (2018).
  5. Campo-Engelstein, L., L.B. Santacrose, Z. Master, and W.M. Parker. “Bad Moms, Blameless Dads: The Portrayal of Maternal and Paternal Age and Preconception Harm in U.S. Newspapers.” American Journal of Bioethics Empirical Bioethics 7.1 (2016).

 

Other Reproductive Ethics Topics

  1. 1. Horner, C. and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Dueling Definitions of Abortifacient: How Cultural, Political, and Religious Values Affect Language in the Contraception Debate.” Hastings Center Report (May/June 2020).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L. “The Ethics of Posthumous Assisted Reproduction” in Textbook of Oncofertility Research and Practice, ed T.K. Woodruff (2019).
  3. Campo-Engelstein, L., L.E. Howland, W.M. Parker, and P. Burcher. “Scheduling the Stork: Media Portrayals of Women’s and Physicians’ Reasons for Elective Cesarean Delivery.” Birth (June 2015).
  4. Campo-Engelstein, L. and N. Johnson. Revisiting “The Fertilization Fairytale:” An Analysis of Gendered Language Used to Describe Fertilization in Science Textbooks from Middle School to Medical SchoolCultural Studies of Science Education 1 (March 2014).
  5. Burcher, P., Gabriel, J., L. Campo-Engelstein, and K. Kiley. “The Case Against Cesarean Delivery on Maternal Request in Labor.” Obstetrics & Gynecology (September 2013).
  6. Rodriguez, S. and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Conceiving Wholeness: Women, Motherhood, and Ovarian Transplantation, 1901 and 2004.” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 54.3 (Summer 2011).
  7. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Gametes or Organs? How Should We Legally Classify Ovaries Used for Transplantation in the U.S.?” Journal of Medical Ethics (March 2011).
  8. Sreenivas, K. and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Domestic and International Surrogacy: Implications for Cancer Survivors” in Oncofertility: Ethical, Legal, Social, and Medical Perspectives (2010).
  9. Fleetwood, A. and L. Campo-Engelstein. “The Impact of Infertility: Why ARTs Should Be a Higher Priority for Women in the Global South” in Oncofertility: Ethical, Legal, Social, and Medical Perspectives (2010).

 

Embryo and Parthenote Research

  1. Tauer, C., Z. Master, and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Embryo Research.” Bioethics, 4th Edition. Edited by Bruce Jennings. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA (2014).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L., S. Rodriguez, C. Tingen, and T.K. Woodruff. “Conceiving Ethical Gamete and Embryo Research in a Post-Dickey Wicker United States.” Science and Public Policy (February 2012).
  3. Campo-Engelstein, L., S. Rodriguez, C. Tingen, and T.K. Woodruff. “Practical Parthenote Policy and the Practice of Science.” American Journal of Bioethics (March 2011).
  4. Rodriguez, S., L. Campo-Engelstein, C. Tingen, and T.K. Woodruff. “An Obscure Rider Obstructing Science: The Conflation of Parthenotes with Embryos in the Dickey-Wicker Amendment.” American Journal of Bioethics 11.3 (March 2011).
  5. Tingen, C., S. Rodriguez, L. Campo-Engelstein, and T.K. Woodruff. “Politics and Parthenotes.” Science (October 22, 2010).

 

LGBTQI Bioethics

  1. Malik, S., Z. Master, W.M. Parker, B. DeCoster, and L. Campo-Engelstein, L. “In Our Own Words: A Qualitative Exploration of Complex Patient-Provider Interactions in an LGBTQ Population. ” Canadian Journal of Bioethics 2.2 (2019).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L. “A Two-Pronged Approach to Minimizing Harms for Transgender Youth: Medical Interventions and Social Interventions.” American Journal of Bioethics (2019).
  3. Quinn, G.P., Sampson, A., L. Campo-Engelstein, and L. Nehata. In Response to ‘Words Matter in the Lives of Transgender Youth.’” Journal of Clinical Ethics 30.3 (2019).
  4. Campo-Engelstein, L., D. Chen, A. Baratz, E. Johnson, and C. Finlayson. “Fertility Preservation for a Teenager with Differences (Disorders) of Sex Development: An Ethics Case Study Journal of Clinical Ethics (2019).
  5. Lo, W., and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Expanding the Clinical Definition of Infertility to Include Socially Infertile Individuals and Couples” in Reproductive Ethics: New Ideas and Innovations (2018).
  6. Quinn, G.P., Sampson, A., and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Familial Discordance Regarding Fertility Preservation for a Transgender Teen: An Ethical Case Study.” Journal of Clinical Ethics 29.4 (2018).
  7. Campo-Engelstein, L. Fertility Preservation for a Transgender Teen.” Pediatrics (August 2018).
  8. Campo-Engelstein, L., D. Chen, A. Baratz, E. Johnson, and C. Finlayson. “The Ethics of Fertility Preservation for Pediatric Patients with Differences (Disorders) of Sex Development.” Journal of the Endocrine Society (2017).
  9. Finlayson, E.M. Johnson, D. Chen, E. Dabrowski, Y. Gosiengfiao, L. Campo-Engelstein, I. Rosoklija, J. Jacobson, M. Shnorhavorian, M.E. Pavone, M. Moravek, H.J. Bonifacio, L. Simons, J. Hudson, P. Fechner, V. Gomez-Lobo, R. Kadakia, A. Shurba, E. Rowell, T. K. Woodruff. “Proceedings of the Working Group Session on Fertility Preservation for Individuals with Gender and Sex Diversity.” Transgender Health 1.1 (2016).

 

International Bioethics

  1. Bhatia, R., and L. Campo-Engelstein. “The Biomedicalization of Social Egg Freezing: A Comparative Analysis of European and American Professional Ethics Opinions and U.S. News and Popular Media.” Science, Technology, & Human Values 43.5 (2018).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L. and K.M. Meagher. “Costa Rica’s ‘White Legend’: How Racial Narratives Undermine the Values of the Health Care System.” Developing World Bioethics (August 2011).
  3. Sreenivas, K. and L. Campo-Engelstein. “Domestic and International Surrogacy: Implications for Cancer Survivors” in Oncofertility: Ethical, Legal, Social, and Medical Perspectives (2010).
  4. Fleetwood, A. and L. Campo-Engelstein. “The Impact of Infertility: Why ARTs Should Be a Higher Priority for Women in the Global South” in Oncofertility: Ethical, Legal, Social, and Medical Perspectives (2010). 

 

Other Bioethics Topics

  1. Hennig, K., B. DeCoster, R. Chu, W.M. Parker, L. Campo-Engelstein, and A.M. Burton-Chase. “Patients Educating Health Care Providers on Lynch Syndrome.” Patient Experience Journal 5.3 (2018).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L. “BRCA Previvors: Medical and Social Factors that Differentiate Them from Previvors with Other Hereditary Cancers.” BioéthiqueOnline (2017).
  3. DeCoster, B. and L. Campo-Engelstein. “The Ethics of Expedited Partner Therapy.” AMA Journal of Ethics 18.3 (March 2016).
  4. Campo-Engelstein, L., J. Jankowski, and M. Mullen. “Should Health Care Providers Uphold the DNR of a Terminally Ill Patient Who Attempts Suicide?” HealthCare Ethics Committee Forum (2016).
  5. Master, Z., L. Campo-Engelstein, and T. Caulfield. “Scientists’ Perspectives on Consent in the Context of Biobanking Research.” European Journal of Human Genetics 23.5 (May 2015).
  6. Campo-Engelstein, L. and Tiffany Chan. “How Gene Patents May Inhibit Scientific Research.” BioéthiqueOnline (Feb. 10, 2015).
  7. Campo-Engelstein, L., T. Chan, and S. Bradley. “Genetic Ethics.” Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences. Edited by M. Caplan. Oxford: Academic Press (December 2014).
  8. Jankowski, J. and L. Campo-Engelstein. “A Better Half: The Ethics of Hemicorporectomy.” Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 11.3 (September 2014).
  9. Jankowksi, J. and L.  Campo-Engelstein, L. Suicide in the Context of Terminal Illness.” American Journal of Bioethics (March 2013).
  10. Campo-Engelstein, L. and S. Rodriguez. “Two Chicks in a Lab with Eggs: A Model for Future Medical Humanities and Bioethics Postdoctoral Fellowship.” Hasting Center Report (May/June 2011).

 

Rape

  1. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Rape as a Hate Crime: An Analysis of New York Law.” Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy (2016).
  2. Campo-Engelstein, L. “Cultural Memory, Empathy, and Rape.” Philosophy in the Contemporary World 1 (Spring 2009).