MEMBERS


Debbie Arbique, DNP, FNP-C, RN, CEN, CFN
DeLila Bergan, MA, JD

Jason K. Brogden, ThM, MA
Matthew J. Brown, PhD
Miriam Byrd, PhD
Gerald W. Casenave, PhD
Pat Driscoll, MS, JD
John Engelhard, MDiv, BC
Shari Esquenazi, BA

Patricia Evans, MD
Robert L. Fine, MD, FACP
Robert Frodeman, PhD
Michael C. Gottlieb, PhD
Maria Gove, MD
Fred Grinnell, PhD
George T. Harris, MA, MLS, JD
Gerard (Gerry) F. Heeley, STD
Stephen Inrig, PhD
Carie S. Lambert, MA, PhD
Simon J. Carddock Lee, PhD, MPH
Sue Gena Lurie, PhD
Kris Lykens, PhD
Roy S. Martin, D Min

Thomas Wm. Mayo, JD
Robert N. McClelland, MD
Charles E. McConnel, PhD
Gerald "Jerry" Middents, PhD
Barbara Moses, MBA, BSN, RN
Andrea Nassen, RN, MSN
Patricia Newcomb, PhD, RN, CPNP
Juan M. Pascual, MD, PhD
John Pastrano, CPCS, CPMSM
Michael A Rubin, MD, MA
John Z. Sadler, MD
Martha Jean Schecter, JD, LLM
Angela Scheuerle, MD
Richard K. Scotch, PhD
Kristen Senetar, MA
Stacy Smith, BSN, RN
Carolyn Smith-Morris, Ph.D., M.S., LPC
Heather Stieglitz, PhD
GiulianoTesta, MD, FACS, MBA
Richard L. Voet, MD
Richard L. Wasserman, MD, PhD
Jennifer Markusic Wimberly, MD
Rabbi Howard Wolk
Heather Zeiger, MS, MA

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Debbie Arbique, DNP FNP-C RN CEN CFN
Associate Clinical Provider, Cardiology Division: Hypertension Section
UT Southwestern Medical School
debbie.arbique@utsouthwestern.edu
Interests: clinical ethics, human research ethics, death & dying, professional/organizational ethics, and healthcare policy issues.


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DeLila Bergan, MA, JD
Ethicist
Flower Mound, TX
dtbergan@verizon.net
Interests: elder law, special care issues of the elderly, the incapacitated and the mentally ill
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Jason K. Brogden, ThM, MA
Resident Medical Chaplain, Methodist Hospital Dallas
Doctoral Candidate, University of Texas Dallas
jasonbrogden@mhd.com
Interests: History & philosophy of science, science & religion, theology, science & literature, medical humanities

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Matthew J. Brown, PhD
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, School of Arts and Humanities
The University of Texas at Dallas
mattbrown@utdallas.edu; Brown webiste
Interests: philosophy of science, science and technology studies, role of science in policy, role of values and politics in science, classical American philosophy


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Miriam Byrd, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy and Humanities
University of Texas at Arlington
mbyrd@exchange.uta.edu
Interests: bioethics, end of life issues, human research ethics, health care policy

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Gerald W. Casenave, PhD
Clinical Associate Professor, UT Southwestern School of Allied Health,
gcasen@mednet.swmed.edu
Interests: health psychology, depression, ethics, loss of earning capacity, philosophy of mind, human spirituality

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Pat Driscoll, MS, JD
Associate Professor, Health Care Administration and School of Management, Texas Woman's University
PDriscoll@TWU.edu
Interests: healthcare and clinical ethics; business and employment
ethics

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John Engelhard, MDiv, BC
Sr. Chaplain, Presbyterian Healthcare System
Texas Health Resources
JohnEngelhard@texashealth.org
Interests: bio-medical ethics, end of life care/palliative care,
theology and pastoral care, reproductive ethics

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Shari Esquenazi, BA
Masters of Science in Bioethics Candidate Albany Medical College
EsquenS@mail.amc.edu
Interests: Public health, clinical ethics, health care access, cross-cultural ethics, physician-patient relationship, end of life ethics, organ transplantation ethics, pediatric ethics, genetic/reproductive ethics.


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Patricia Evans, MD
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Chairperson, Section on Ethics for the Am Acad Neurology
Patricia.evans@utsouthwestern.edu
Interests: biomedical ethics, autism, distribution of healthcare, cognitive development

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Robert L. Fine, MD, FACP, FAAHPM
Clinical Director, Office of Clinical Ethics and Palliative Care, Baylor Health Care System
robertf@baylorhealth.edu
Interests: clinical ethics including end of life decisions, advance directives, medical futility, pain management and palliative care, macro and microallocation of resources, professional ethics

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Robert Frodeman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chair
Dept of Philosophy and Religion Studies
University of North Texas
frodeman@unt.edu
Interests: environmental philosophy and public policy, bioethics

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Michael C. Gottlieb, PhD
Independent Practice; Clinical Professor, UT Health Sciences Center; Honorary Clinical Professor, Texas Woman's University
mcgottlieb@juno.com
Interests: ethical issues in mental health treatment, ethical decision
making, professional boundaries, risk management, and treatment of multiple patients.

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Maria Gove, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine
UT Southwestern Medical School
Staff Physician, VA Medical Center North Texas
Ethics Committee Member and Team Leader
Maria.Gove@va.gov
Interests: medical ethics, preventative medicine, conscience protection,
ethics of vaccine refusal l


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Frederick Grinnell, PhD
Robert McLemore Professor of Medical Science; Dept Cell Biology, UT Southwestern Medical School
frederick.grinnell@utsouthwestern.edu; Grinnell website
Interests: science policy, science education, philosophy of science, human research ethics, genetic medicine, research integrity

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Jessica Smartt Gullion, PhD
Chief Epidemiologist
Denton County Health Department
jessica.gullion@dentoncounty.com
Interests: public health ethics, immunization mandates, ethical issues of population-based disease control, human research ethics

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George T. Harris, MA, MLS, JD
Adjunct Faculty, Health Care Administration and Management Dept.
Tarleton State University
GHarris@Tarleton.edu
Interests: organization ethics in healthcare and business, clinical
ethics and patient consent / rights and constitutional right to
healthcare

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Gerard (Gerry) F. Heeley, S.T.D.
Senior Vice President, Mission and Ethics
CHRISTUS Health
gerry.heeley@christushealth.org
Interests: organizational ethics, leadership development, social justice issues, clinical ethics, environmental ethics

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Stephen Inrig, PhD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences/History of Medicine, Division of Ethics and Health Policy
UT Southwestern Medical School
stephen.inrig@utsouthwestern.edu
Interests: History of HIV/AIDS, Clinical Trials and Research Ethics,
History and Ethics of Global Health, Pediatric Medicine, Religion and Health, History of Medicine, Racial Health Disparities.

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Carie S. Lambert, MA, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Communicationl; Arts & Humanities
The University of Texas at Dallas
carie.lambert@utdallas.edu
Interests: technical communication, professional communication, medical rhetoric, patient-to-patient discourse and agency, medical ethics, communication ethics, privacy law, online security and patients' self-disclosure.


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Simon J. Craddock Lee, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences (Medical Anthropology)
Department of Clinical Sciences Division of Ethics & Health Policy
UT Southwestern Medical Center
SimonCraddock.Lee@utsouthwestern.edu
Interests: Institutional culture, organizational ethics, cancer
disparities, ethics & social values of Catholic healthcare,
social theory in medical humanities

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Sue Gena Lurie, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Public Health
UNT Health Science Center at Fort Worth
slurie@hsc.unt.edu Interests: public health ethics, social justice, health policy, professional ethics, human research ethics

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Kristine Lykens, PhD
Assistant Professor of Health Policy
Department of Health Management and Policy
UNT Health Science Center, School of Public Health
klykens@hsc.unt.edu
Interests: ethical issues for public health professionals, ethics of ealth policy, ethics of health administration, ethics of health research

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Roy S. Martin, DMin
Retired Pediatric Chaplain
Assistant Professor of Clinical Ethics

UNT Health Science Ctr
rmartin@hsc.unt.edu
Interests: ethics of pain management, pediatric ethics, health care ystems and policy; ethics in graduate medical education; professional ethics (behavioral emphasis)

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Thomas Wm. Mayo, JD
Associate Professor of Law, SMU/Dedman School of Law
Adjunct Assoc Prof, Internal Med, UT Southwestern Med Sch
tmayo@smu.edu; http://tom.mayo.googlepages.com/
Interests: death and dying, human research ethics, reproductive rights, organ transplantation, professional ethics, organizational ethics, pharmaceuticals, stem cells

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Robert N. McClelland, MD
Professor Emeritus
Department of Surgery
UT Southwestern Medical Center
surgprof@aol.com
Interests: Medical Ethics, Bioethics, and Philosophy of Medicine

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Charles E. McConnel, PhD
Professor of Health Care Sciences, and Family
Practice and Community Medicine
U. T. Southwestern Medical Center
charles.mcconnel@utsouthwestern.edu
Interests: public health economics, economics of epidemiology,epidemiology of aging, economics of chronic disease and trauma

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Gerald "Jerry" Middents, PhD
Professor Emeritus of Psychology
Austin College
Retired Minister, Presbyterian Church, USA
gmiddents@yahoo.co.in
Interests: health care policy; ethical issues in psychology;
domestic violence; global conflict, peace and justice

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Barbara Moses, MBA, BSN, RN
President, Dallas Chapter of Hadassah
bzb96@earthlink.net
Interests: biomedical ethics, human? research ethics, reproductive ethics, racial health disparities

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Andrea Nassen, RN, MSN
Research Subject Advocate, UT Southwestern Medical Center
Andrea.Nassen@UTSouthwestern.edu
Interests: research ethics and research integrity, human subject
protection, bioethics, organizational ethics

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Patricia Newcomb, PhD, RN CPNP
Assistant Professor of Nursing, University of Texas at Arlington
Director, UTA Genomics Translational Research Lab
pnewcomb@uta.edu
Interests: research ethics, gene-environment interaction in asthma and other airway disorders, lay and research subject understanding of genetics and genetic testing

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Juan M. Pascual, MD, PhD
Once Upon a Time Foundation Professorship in Pediatric Neurologic Diseases Rare, Brain Disorders Program, UT Southwestern Medical Center
Juan.Pascual@UTSouthwestern.edu
Interests: sentience, autonomy and causation

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John Pastrano, CPCS, CPMSM
Director, Medical Staff Services
RHD Memorial Medical Center
John.Pastrano@rhdmemorial.com
Interests: clinical ethics, professional ethics


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Michael A Rubin, MD, MA
Assistant Professor of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics, Neurological Surgery; Division of Neurocritical Care
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Michael.Rubin@UTSouthwestern.edu
Interests: Neuroethics, End of life decision making, racial disparity


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John Z. Sadler, MD
Daniel W. Foster, M.D. Professor of Medical Ethics, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Department of Psychiatry, UT Southwestern
John.Sadler@UTSouthwestern.edu
Interests: philosophy and ethics of psychiatry and mental health,
bioethics consultation/hospital ethics committees, human subjects
research ethics, philosophical value theory, mental health-related
public policy

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Martha Jean Schecter, JD., LLM
Lecturer, School of Public Health
University of Texas at Houston Heath Science Center
Dallas Regional Campus
Mjschecter@aol.com
Interests: public health law and ethics, health care access,
legal and ethical issues affecting the health of older wome
n

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Angela Scheuerle, MD
Director, Tesserae Genetics
Affiliate Clinical Faculty, UT Southwestern Medical School
ascheuerle@swbell.net
Interests: Ethical issues in genetics

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Richard K. Scotch, PhD
Professor of Sociology, Public Affairs, and Political Economy
Director of Programs in Sociology and Public Affairs
School of Social Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas
richard.scotch@utdallas.edu
Interests: bioethics and disability; health disparities; cultural issues in access to health care; health and community; local health systems; health policy


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Kristen Senetar, MA
Regulatory Assistant, Institutional Review Board, UT Southwestern
kristen.senetar@utsouthwestern.edu
Interests: bioethics, human research ethics, healthcare policy, pediatric ethics, clinical ethics, genetic testing, informed consent, rights of the unborn, confidentiality


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Stacy Smith, BSN, RN
Palliative Care, Children's Medical Center of Dallas
stacy.smith@childrens.com
Interests: bioethics, research ethics, end of life care


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Carolyn Smith-Morris, Ph.D., M.S., LPC
Associate Professor of Medical Anthropology, SMU
smithmor@smu.edu
Interests: cross-cultural ethics, transplant ethics, chronic disease, medical anthropology, immigrant health

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Heather Stieglitz, PhD
Research Associate, Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation
Heather.Stieglitz@phhs.org

Interests: Health disparities among the underserved, End of life care, Clinical ethics, Medical genetics

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Giuliano Testa, MD, FACS, MBA
Surgical Director, Living Donor Liver Transplantation, Baylor University Medical Center, Annette C. and Harold C. Simmons Transplant Institute. Fellow of the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics.
Giuliano.Testa@baylorhealth.edu
Interests: Ethics in surgery, ethics in transplantation medicine, informed consent


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Richard L. Voet, MD
Chairman, Bioethics Committee
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
dr.richardvoet@texashealth.org
Interests: clinical ethics, professional ethics, medicine and
theology

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Richard L. Wasserman, MD, PhD
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
richw3@swbell.net
Interests: biomedical ethics, research integrity, science ethics, human research ethics

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Jennifer Markusic Wimberly, MD
Assistant Professor, Department of Urology
UT Southwestern Medical School
jennifer.wimberly@utsouthwestern.edu
Interests: informed consent, surgeon training, disclosure, transparency, physician-patient relationship

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Rabbi Howard Wolk
Community Chaplain, Jewish Family Service
Judaic Studies Instructor, Yavneh High School
RabbiWolk@JFSdallas.org
Interests: science and religion; Biblical ethics and modern medical/scientific issues; cloning; end of life situations; organ transplants


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Heather Zeiger, MS, MA
Research Analyst for the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity; Freelance Science Writer; Instructor with Revolution Preparatory
hzkoder@gmail.com
Interests: advances in biological technology and its impact on society; the intersection of faith, culture, and science; philosophy and theology of technology and medicine; how bioethics is portrayed in the media
 




 

 

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