Fingerprint The Fingerprint is defined by mining the titles and abstracts of research outputs and projects/funding awards associated with people in the research unit. The process creates an index of weighted terms from discipline-specific thesauri.

Social Sciences

Law
justice
offense
human rights
penalty
international law
lawyer
Supreme Court
economics
juvenile court
reform
liability
offender
insurance
regulation
jurisprudence
correctional institution
climate change
statute
doctrine
intellectual property
responsibility
history
politics
federalism
jurisdiction
market
regime
moral philosophy
common law
firm
UNO
imprisonment
evidence
school law
right of ownership
trend
incentive
costs
rent
Military
remedies
treaty
crime rate
discrimination
school
neurosciences
gender
bioethics
minority
violence
penal code
taxes
pragmatism
criminal law
energy
governance
community
marriage
family law
punitive damages
civil rights
Values
interpretation
probation
decision making
citizen
transaction costs
criminology
election
police
terrorism
damages
death
euthanasia
act
drug
human being
criminal justice policy
fairness
equality
court decision
legitimacy
constitution
coverage
obligation
employee
national security
ideology
cause
affirmative action
twenty-first century
lack
medical ethics
International Criminal Court
desert
trademark
legal profession
paradigm
sanction

Medicine & Life Sciences

Incidental Findings
Research
Bioethics
Genomics
Ethics
Medical Ethics
Genetic Research
Passive Euthanasia
Assisted Suicide
Jurisprudence
Right to Die
Bioethical Issues
Patient Advocacy
Biomedical Research
Decision Making
Euthanasia
Public Policy
Treatment Refusal
Disclosure
Physicians
Exome
Civil Rights
Life Support Care
Terminal Care
Guidelines
Managed Care Programs
Genetic Privacy
Social Justice
Violence
Politics
Research Personnel
Ethics Committees
Informed Consent
Crime
Surrogate Mothers
Clinical Ethics Committees
Supreme Court Decisions
Government Regulation
Privacy
Nanomedicine
Physician Incentive Plans
Social Change
Preimplantation Diagnosis
Medicine
State Government
Physician-Patient Relations
Delivery of Health Care
Medical Genetics
Physician's Role
Punishment
Lawyers
20th Century History