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Lisa S. Parker, Ph.D. Page


August 2016

Name: Lisa S. Parker

Office address: University of Pittsburgh

519 Barco Law Building

3900 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Telephone: 412/648-7007

Telefacsimile: 412/648-2649

email: lisap@pitt.edu
Home address: 951 Wellesley Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Telephone: 412/361-5704

EDUCATION AND TRAINING
1980-1984 Hillsdale College, B.A., 1984

Hillsdale, Michigan Philosophy


1984-1990 University of Pittsburgh, M.A., 1986

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ph.D., 1990

Philosophy (Kurt Baier, dissertation director)
1991 Short Course in Medical and Experimental Mammalian Genetics. The Jackson Laboratory and The Johns Hopkins University. Bar Harbor, Maine.

APPOINTMENTS AND POSITIONS
1990 Division of General Internal Medicine Visiting Assistant Professor

University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1990-1991 Department of Philosophy Assistant Professor

University of Tennessee

Knoxville, Tennessee
1991-Present Department of Human Genetics Professor

University of Pittsburgh (as of 2016)

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Center for Bioethics and Health Law Director of Graduate Education

University of Pittsburgh


Interdisciplinary Master of Arts in Co-director (1991-1999)

Bioethics, Center for Bioethics and Program Director (2000-present)

Health Law and the Kenneth P.

Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences,

University of Pittsburgh
Department of Behavioral and Secondary Appointment

Community Health Sciences (1996-2004)

University of Pittsburgh
Gender, Sexuality, & Women’s Studies (2001-present)

Program Steering Committee,

University of Pittsburgh
Center for Philosophy of Science Fellow
1999-2013 Program in Healthcare Ethics Adjunct Faculty

Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA


2000-Present Area of Concentration in Humanities, Director

Ethics, & Palliative Care (formerly

Bioethics and Medical Humanities),

School of Medicine, University of

Pittsburgh

MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES
1984-Present American Philosophical Association

1992-1997 American Association of Bioethics, Founding Member

1997-Present American Society of Bioethics and Humanities (formerly SHHV)

2016- Association of Bioethics Program Directors

1992-Present Association for Practical and Professional Ethics

Executive Board member (2007-2015)

1995-2000 International Association of Bioethics

1995-Present International Network for Feminist Approaches to Bioethics

2000-Present National Society of Genetic Counselors (member to 2005, thereafter the external bioethics consultant to the Ethics Advisory Group)
1995 Sigma Xi (elected 1995)

1988-1997 Society for Values in Higher Education

1989-1997 Society for Health and Human Values (SHHV)

HONORS
1984 Summa Cum Laude, Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan
1984-1986 Andrew Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities, Woodrow Wilson Foundation
1984-1989 Claude R. Lambe Fellowship, Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia
1989-1990 Andrew Mellon Dissertation Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson Foundation
1990 Nellie Westerman Prize in Ethics, American Federation for Clinical Research

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Teaching
Courses taught (full responsibility, except as noted):
University of Tennessee (1990-1991)
Medical Ethics (advanced undergraduate seminar)

The Human Condition: Reality and Values (introductory undergraduate course)


Philosophy of Law (graduate seminar)
University of Pittsburgh (1991-present)
Bioethics, HuGen 2041/BIOETH 2664; 3 credit graduate seminar; 100% responsibility; Fall 1992-2015
Clinical Practicum, BIOETH 2604; 3 credit clinical practicum for students in the Bioethics Program; Summer 1992-2010
Special Topics in Bioethics, HuGen 2043/BIOETH 2698; 3 credit graduate seminar; 100% responsibility
Spring 2015: Gender, Ethics, and the Body (cross-listed: GSWS 2262)

Spring 2010: Gender, Ethics, and the Body

Spring 2008: Gender, Ethics, and the Body

Spring 2006: Feminist Approaches & Ethical Issues in Medical Genetics

Spring 2005: Gender, Ethics, and the Body

Spring 2005: Ethical and Philosophical Issues in Genetics

Spring 2004: Gender, Ethics, and the Body

Narrative Ethics and Medicine, 2 cr.

Spring 2003: Women, Health, and Bioethics

Ethical and Philosophical Issues in Genetics

Spring 2001: Ethical and Philosophical Issues in Genetics

Spring 2000: Feminist Approaches in Bioethics

Spring 1999: Ethical and Philosophical Issues in Genetics

Spring 1998: Ethical and Philosophical Issues in Genetics

Feminist Approaches in Bioethics

Spring 1997: Feminist Approaches in Bioethics

Spring 1996: HIV Screening of Pregnant Women

Spring 1993: Issues in Organ Transplantation


Human Genetics Seminar: Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues, HuGen 2044; 1-3 credit graduate seminar; 50% responsibility; Spring 1994 & 2000
Directed Reading, BIOETH 2902; 1-3 credit graduate tutorial; 100% responsibility
Summer 2016: Palliative Care Ethics

Spring 2016: Ethical Issues in Pediatric End of Life Care, 3 cr.

Fall 2012: Ethical Issues in Transplantation, 3 cr.

Spring 2012: Ethical Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry, 1 cr.

Spring 2009: Ethical Status of Non-human Animals and Implications for the Status in Medical Research, 1 cr.

Summer 2006: Informed Consent and Prenatal Genetic Testing, 3 cr.

Fall 2005: Ethical and Regulatory Issues in Clinical Research, 3 cr.

Summer 2005: Clinical Ethics, 3 cr.

Summer 2005: Prenatal Genetics, Preimplantation Diagnosis, and Enhancement, 3 cr.

Summer 2005: Ethical Issues in Research, 3 cr.

Spring 2005: Ethics and Genetic Research, 3 cr.

Spring 2005: Ethical Issues in Medical Genetics, 3 cr.

Spring 2003: Ethics of Newborn Screening, 3 cr.

Summer 2001: Feminist Approaches in Bioethics, 3 cr.

Spring 1998: Genetics, Ethics, and Preventionism, 3 cr.
MA Thesis Research, BIOETH 2904; 3 cr. graduate seminar for students in Bioethics Program; except as noted, 100% responsibility; Fall 1998-2013
Ethical Issues in Clinical Genetics; non-credit required graduate seminar for students in the MS in Genetic Counseling Program; 50% responsibility; Fall or Spring 1999-2016
Research Ethics, HSAdm 3012/BIOETH 2665; 1 credit graduate seminar; 50% responsibility; Spring 1999-2001
Ethics and Regulation of Clinical Research; 1 credit graduate seminar, 50% responsibility; Spring 2002
Independent Study, BIOETH 2990; 1-3 credit graduate tutorial; 100% responsibility
Spring 2008: Ethics of Mental Health Research, post-doctoral training

Spring 2002: IVF and the Public/Private, 2 cr.

Conceptions of Autonomy, 2 cr.

Spring 2000: Feminist Approaches in Bioethics, 3 cr.


Special Topics in Women’s Studies; WOMST 2240; 3 credit graduate seminar; 100% responsibility; Spring 2002, 2006, 2008, & 2010
Feminist Theory: Knowledge, Norms, and Praxis; WOMST 2242; 3 credit graduate seminar; 100% responsibility; Spring 2014
Conceptual Foundations and Ethics of Public Health; PUBHLT #### 3 credit graduate seminar; Developed and approved by the Education Policies and Curriculum Committee of the GSPH Spring 1998
Research Ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research; PUBHLT 2030; 1 credit graduate seminar; 50% responsibility; taught Fall 2013-2015
Ethical Issues in Genomic Medicine & Research; HONORS 1610; 3 credit Honors College undergraduate seminar; 100% responsibility; Summer 2014 & Summer 2015
Clinical Research Ethics; CLRES/MEDEDU 2050; 1 credit graduate seminar for students in the MS in Clinical Research program; Spring 2015
Research Ethics and the Responsible Conduct of Research in China, the United States, and the International Community; non-credit, six month course for Fellows in the Fogarty International Center (NIH) Training Program: Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China; January-June 2015 & Fall 2016
Ethics & Aging; GERON 2001/BIOETH 2664 3 credit graduate seminar; 100% responsibility; Fall 2015

Student and Trainee Supervision:
Trainee supervision (post-doctoral fellowships, training grants)
2002-2007 India-U.S. Research Training Program in Genetics, training program faculty, Fogarty International Center (NIH); 10% effort
2004-2007 Training Program for Psychiatric Genetics in India, training program faculty, Fogarty International Center (NIH); 10% effort
2004-2006 Ariel Gildengers, MD, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry, Bi-polar Disorder in the Elderly, NIMH K01, consultant on career development award
2004-2006 Francis Lotrich MD, PhD, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry, Pharmacogenomics of Medication-Induced Depression, NIMH K23 Mentored Patient-oriented Research Career Development Award, consultant and research ethics faculty mentor
2004-2006 Jennifer Hagerty Lingler, PhD, MA, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow – Department of Psychiatry, consultant and research ethics faculty mentor
2004-2007 N. N. Mishra, PhD, Bioethics Post-Doctoral Fellow, Training Program for Psychiatric Genetics in India, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
2006-2007 Mario Cruz, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, “Evaluation of Depression in Primary Care Patients,” co-investigator and research ethics faculty mentor
2008 Brian Hanson Shirts, MD, PhD; ethics mentor
2008-2011 N. N. Mishra, PhD, Bioethics Post-Doctoral Fellow, Training Program for Psychiatric Genetics in India, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
2013-present Zélia Mota Quintas Ferreira, PhD, Department of Computational and Systems Biology, School of Medicine, Post-Doctoral Career Development, team mentor
2015- Xiaoyun Chen, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
Lin Lu, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
Oi Lu, Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine, Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
Jie Qiao, China Academy of Chinese Medical Science, Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
Yanqiao Wang, Teaching Hospital of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
Yang Yang, Dilian Medical University, Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
Liyan Zhao, Peking University Health Science Center, Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member
Yuqin Zhu, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Building International Research Ethics Capacity in China, Fogarty International Center (NIH), training program faculty member

Thesis/dissertation supervision (as director)
1994-1995 Bethany Sgroi, MS Program in Genetic Counseling, “Values and Consult and Satisfaction: A Study of Nondirectiveness in Genetic Counseling.”
1994-1995 Rachel Ankeny Majeske, MA Program in Medical Ethics, “Ethical Issues in Candidate Selection.”

Associate Professor, University of Adelaide, Australia, as of 2006; portions of thesis published as “Transforming objectively to promote equity in transplant candidate selection” in Theoretical Medicine, 1996, 17:45-59.


1994-1996 Elizabeth Chaitin, MSW, MA Program in Medical Ethics, “The Nature of Care in Nursing.”

Currently the Director of Hospital Based Palliative Care for the Palliative and Supportive Institute of UPMC and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in the Division of General Medicine in the Section of Palliative Care and Medical Ethics.


1994-1997 Athena Beldecos, MD, MA Program in Medical Ethics, “On the Distinction between Standard and Experimental Therapy.”
1995 Maria Silviera, MD, MA Program in Medical Ethics, “Terminal Illness and Criteria for Physician-Assisted Death.”

Currently Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Health System.


1995-1996 Donald Ainslie, PhD, MA Program in Medical Ethics, “AIDS and the Need for a Critical Bioethics.”

Currently Professor of Philosophy, University of Toronto; portions of thesis won the Student Paper Prize of the Society for Health and Human Values, and were subsequently published as:

“Questioning bioethics: AIDS, sexual ethics, and the duty to warn,” Hastings Center Report, 1999, 29(5):26-35.

“Bioethics and the problem of pluralism,” Social Philosophy and Policy, 2002, 19(2)1-28.

“AIDS and Sex: Is Warning a Moral Obligation?” Health Care Analysis, 2002, 10(1):49-66.
1995-1996 Daniel Crane-Hirsch, MA Program in Medical Ethics, “Responsibility and Mental Illness.”

Graduate of Harvard University School of Law, currently in the Office of Consumer Litigation at the U.S. Justice Department.


1996-1999 Paul Han, MD, MA Program in Medical Ethics, “Conceptual Premises and Ethical Problems of Preventive Interventionism.”

Currently Director of Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation and board certified general internist and palliative care physician at Maine Medical Center.


1997-1998 Laura Marie Odwazny, JD, MA Program in Medical Ethics, “Conflicting Interests and Contested Committees: The Hospital Attorney Serving on the Hospital Ethics Committee.”

Currently Senior Attorney, Office of the General Counsel, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Human Research Protections.


1999-2000 Jennifer B. Beck, JD, MA Program in Bioethics, “Bioethics’ Focus on Autonomy: Distracting from Difference.”

Currently practicing law in Akron, OH.


2000-2001 Nathan Kottkamp, JD, MA Program in Bioethics, “A Practical and Communitarian Critique of the Patients’ Bill of Rights.”

Currently practicing law in Virginia; most recent publication: “Building Bridges Over Straddled Fences: The questionable Duty to Warn Third Parties about Genetic Risks and How to Discharge It,” Journal of Medical Ethics, 2001.


2000-2001 Jennifer Packing, MA Program in Bioethics, “The Obligation to Improve Medical Practice in the Health Care of Women: An Ethical Argument in Favor of the Women’s Health Specialty and a Feminist Practice of Medicine.”

Currently practicing medicine in Winter Park, FL.


2001-2003 Jennifer Hagerty Lingler, MA Program in Bioethics, “Conceptualizing Dementia as a Relationship-Transforming Illness”

Currently Assistant Professor of Health & Community Systems, School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh; her paper based on third thesis chapter was presented at the 2002 national meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Baltimore, MD.


2002-2003 Kamran Samakar, MA Program in Bioethics, “A Child’s Right to an Open Future: An Account of the Open Future from the Perspective of Well-being.”

Currently a practicing surgeon in Loma Linda, CA.


2002-2003 Amy Payne, MA Program in Bioethics, “Clinical Trials in Developing Nations: Meeting Urgent Health Care Needs of Participating Communities.”

Currently a faculty member at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.


2002-2004 Shanthi Trettin, MD, MA Program in Bioethics, “Dualism of Embodied Identity: From Fashion to Medicine.”

Currently practicing psychiatry in Doylestown, PA.


2003 B. Harrison Levine, MFA, MD, Multi-disciplinary Master of Public Health Program, “Interpreting the Evolution of the clinical Ethics Teaching Program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Since 1986.”

Currently practicing psychiatry in Denver, CO.


2006-2007 James Tabery, MA Program in Bioethics, “From a Genetic Predisposition to an Interactive Predisposition: Rethinking the Ethical Implications of Research on Gene-Environment Interactions.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/9465/

Currently Associate Professor of Philosophy and Adjunct Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, University of Utah.


2007 Colby Chamberlain, DO, MA Program in Bioethics, “Ethical Reasons to Involve Demented Patients in Their Care, and Why Physicians Fail to Do So.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/8768/

Currently practicing medicine in Pittsburgh, PA.


2007-2008 Angela Kornman, MA Program in Bioethics, “A Critique of the Theoretical Failings of an Abstinence-only Adolescent Sex Education.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/7155/
2006-2008 Valerie Satkoske, PhD, Health Care Ethics Program, Duquesne University, “Emergency Contraception, Catholic Hospitals, and Rape.”

http://digital.library.duq.edu/cdm-ethics/document.php?CISOROOT=/etd&CISOPTR=92785&REC=19

Currently Associate Director of the Center for Health Law and Ethics and Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at West Virginia University.


2008-2009 Autumn Boyer, MA Program in Bioethics, “‘Sorry’ Is as ‘Sorry’ Does: The Ethics of Institutional Apologies in Response to Medical Errors.”

http://etd.library.pitt.edu/ETD/available/etd-04202009-132523/
2009-2010 Tomas Bednar, MA Program in Bioethics, “The Ethical Permissibility of Infant Euthanasia.”

http://etd.library.pitt.edu/ETD/available/etd-12022010-173314/

Graduated from Temple University School of Law and is currently practicing law in Philadelphia, PA.


2009-2012 Mary Cooper, MD, MA Program in Bioethics, “‘We’re having this baby tonight!’ Medical Decision-Making Regarding Oxytocin Augmentation.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/11914/

Entered Family Medicine Residency, University of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA.


2009-2012 David Orenstein, MA Program in Bioethics, “Educating the Pediatric Ethics Committee: A Feminist Approach.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/

Serves as Chair of the Ethics Committee of Children’s Hospital of UPMC.


2009-2013 John Rief, MA Program in Bioethics, “Bioethics and Lifestyle Management: The Theory and Praxis of Personal Responsibility.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/18457/

Currently Assistant Professor of Communication & Rhetorical Studies, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA.


2010-2011 Jennifer Damelio, MA Program in Bioethics, “Practical and Ethical Problems with ‘Vulnerability’.”

http://etd.library.pitt.edu/ETD/available/etd-04222011-080749/

Currently practicing law in West Chester, PA; her publications include “Enhancing Autonomy in Paid Surrogacy.” Bioethics 22.5 (2008): 269-77, with co-author K. Sorensen.


2011-2012 Elijah Horowitz, MA Program in Bioethics, “Towards an Empirical Test for the Reasonable Person Standard in Bioethics.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/13681/
2012 Aviva Katz, MD, MA Program in Bioethics, “Resisting Resistance to Change: A Critical Analysis of the Structure of Surgical Residency Training Programs.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/17039/

Appointed in 2014, as Director of the Consortium Ethics Program, the program of the Center for Bioethics & Health Law that provides clinical ethics education and consultation to regional hospitals; also serves as an ethics consultant and ethics committee member at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, where she is a surgeon.


2013 Leah Dugan, JD, MA Program in Bioethics, “Reporting Requirements for Physicians in the Case of Gun Control and the Mentally Ill.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/20224/
2013-2014 Rosalie Ferrari, MS Program in Genetic Counseling, “University of Pittsburgh Student-Athlete Perceptions of the NCAA Sickle Cell Trait Screening Program: An Ethical Analysis.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/22345/

Ferrari R, Parker LS, Grubs RE. Sickle cell trait screening of collegiate athletes: ethical reasons for program reform. Journal of Genetic Counseling, published online June 5, 2015. doi: 10.1007/s10897-015-9849-1. Currently seeking employment as a genetic counselor.


2013-2014 Marta Koltoff, MD, MA Program in Bioethics , “A Cross-cultural Ethical Examination of the Prenatal and Postnatal Management of Trisomy 18.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/21582/

Currently Assistant Professor of Clinical Genetics at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC.


2013-2016 Michael Freeman, MD, MA Program in Bioethics, The Ethical Implications of Emerging Genetic Predictors of Poor Organ Transplant Outcomes.

Currently Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine.
2013-2015 Crystal Lim, MA Program in Bioethics, an ethical protocol for selection of living-related organ donors in Singapore.

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/25955/

Currently serving as senior principal medical social worker at Singapore General Hospital, in charge of psychosocial evaluation for organ donation.


2013-2015 Zachary Mace, MA Program in Bioethics, “The Permissibility of Suicide in Light of the Right to Refuse Treatment.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/24800/

Currently employed in the medical device industry and planning to apply to doctoral programs in psychology.


2015 Judith Navratil, MA Program in Bioethics, “Setting Appropriate Guidelines for IRB Approval of Adolescent Research.”

http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/25939/

Currently Research Review Coordinator for the University of Pittsburgh Institutional Review Board.


2015- Erin Johnson, MD, MA Program in Bioethics, “Pediatric Ethics Consultation: Discussions of Futility and Moral Distress When Caring for Children.”

Thesis/dissertation committee participation
1993-1998 Marie McConville Twal, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Health Services Administration, “Women’s Perceptions of the Value of Genetic Screening at Different Life Stages.”
1993 Susan YF Chen, MPH Program, “Lesbian Domestic Violence: A Framework Intervention in the Local Community.”
1997-2000 Ryan Sauder, MA Program in Medical Ethics, on justice in health care.
2000 Maggie Krum, MS Genetic Counseling, “Attitudes Toward Presymptomatic Testing for Huntington Disease: A Secondary Analysis.”
2000 Janice O’Connell, MS Genetic Counseling, “The Process of Childhood Genetic Testing: Parental Views and Intentions.”
2000-2002 Lisa Belicka Keranen, MA Program in Bioethics, “Taking Seriousness Seriously: An Analysis of Ethical Appeals Grounding Sanction Assignment for Research Misconduct.”

Assistant Professor of Communication and Rhetoric, University of Colorado, Boulder.

“Assessing the seriousness of research misconduct: considerations for sanction assignment.” Accountability in Research 2006, 13:179-205.
2003 Helen S. Nahouraii, DMD, Multi-disciplinary Master of Public Health Program, “The Development of a Survey of Oral Surgeons’ Drug Therapy Choices and Anesthesia Techniques.”

Public health dentistry doctoral program, University of North Carolina.


2003 Anna Skold, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences Master of Public Health, “Adolescent Knowledge and Risk Perception of Sexually Transmitted Infections in the Pittsburgh Area.”

Entered medical school at West Virginia University in Fall 2004.


2003-2008 Karen Frost-Arnold, PhD Candidate, Department of Philosophy, “Trust and Scientific Knowledge.”

http://etd.library.pitt.edu/ETD/available/etd-07302008-161151/

Appointed as Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Hobart & William Smith, Fall 2009.


2004-2006 Marcus Paroske, PhD Candidate, Department of Communication and Rhetoric, “The Rhetoric of AIDS Policy in South Africa.” http://etd.library.pitt.edu/ETD/available/etd-04182006-133611/

Appointed as Assistant Professor of Political Science, Temple University.


2005-2008 Christine Mahady, PhD Candidate, Department of English, “Corporeality in Turn-of-the Century American Literature, 1890-1920.”

http://etd.library.pitt.edu/ETD/available/etd-08012008-212801/
2008-2010 Autumn Boyer, PhD Candidate, Department of Communication, “Lifting ‘the Long Shadow’: Kategoria and Apologia in the Legacy of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study”

http://etd.library.pitt.edu/ETD/available/etd-12072010-221138/
2010-2011 Claire (Irving) Horner, MA Program in Bioethics, “A Frozen Debate: Finding an Ethical Solution for the Regulation of Embryo Donation.”

http://etd.library.pitt.edu/ETD/available/etd-04212011-213342/
2010-2011 Marriyam Moten, MPH, MBBS, MHA Program
2010-2013 Amy VanDyke, PhD Candidate, Healthcare Ethics Program, Duquesne University, “An Ethical Justification of Weight Loss Surgery.”

http://gradworks.umi.com/3558282.pdf

Appointed as clinical ethicist Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center, effective September 1, 2014.


2010-2011 Marriyam Moten, MD, MPH, MHA Program
2014 Michael Aaronson, MA, MHA Program, “Ethical Resource Allocation: A Proposed Framework.”
2014-2015 Eve Kalynchuk, MS Program in Genetic Counseling, “Understanding Parental Opinions on Whole Exome Sequencing in the Prenatal Setting.”

Manuscript based on thesis: Prenatal whole exome sequencing: parental attitudes. Prenatal Diagnosis, forthcoming (accepted June 10, 2015).


2014 Chloe Hansen, PhD candidate, Department of English, University of Pittsburgh, “Living With Death: Contemporary U.S. Discourses on Death and Dying.”
2016 Kathleen Elise Vitullo, MPH Essay, “Substance Use Disorders: Treatment with Genetic Potential?” Reader.
2016 Lauren Ross, MD, PhD, MA Program in Bioethics, Stem Cell Development and the Pathway Model: Scientific Puzzles and Bioethical Issues.

Currently in a one-year postdoctoral position in the Philosophy Department at the University of Calgary.  As of Fall 2017, Assistant Professor in the Logic and Philosophy of Science Department at the University of California, Irvine. 


Graduate student supervision
1991-1992 Athena Beldecos, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
1992-1993 Lisa Wettick, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
1992 John Jones, Clinical Practicum, MA Program in Medical Ethics, Department of History and Philosophy of Science.
1992 Rachel Majeske, Clinical Practicum, MA Program in Medical Ethics, Department of History and Philosophy of Science.
1993-1994 Molly Sear, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
1993-1996 Rachel Ankeny Majeske, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
1994 Kathleen Reilly, Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
1994 Daniel Crane-Hirsch, Clinical Practicum, MA Program in Medical Ethics, Department of History and Philosophy of Science.
1994-1995 Jennifer Bushee, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
1996-1997 Andrew S. Backe, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
1997 Paul Han, MD, Clinical Ethics Fellowship.
2000 Shanthi Trettin, School of Medicine Summer Research Program, “Competence Assessment in Adolescent and Geriatric Patients.”
2006 Joe Ali, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2007 Marianne Burda, MD, Doctoral Candidate in Health Care Ethics, Duquesne University, Oral Examination Committee.
2007 Valerie Satkoske, Graduate Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2004-2008 J. Rob Klune, Area of Concentration in Medical Humanities, School of Medicine.
2004-2008 Ruth Overlease, Area of Concentration in Medical Humanities, School of Medicine.
2006-2008 Ruth Overlease, School of Medicine, Scholarly Project: “An Examination of Job: Religious and Medical Responses to Suffering.”
2006-2009 Dahlia Balsamo, Area of Concentration in Medical Humanities, School of Medicine.
2005-2009 Anna Raphael, Area of Concentration in Medical Humanities, School of Medicine.
2007-2009 Anna Raphael, School of Medicine, Scholarly Project: “Effects of ‘Gallows’ and ‘Anti-Gallows’ Humor on Medical Student Empathy.”
2005-2009 Megha Shah, Area of Concentration in Medical Humanities, School of Medicine.
2007-2009 Megha Shah, School of Medicine, Scholarly Project: “Culture and Medical Practice: Discrepant Perception of Medical Problems between Patients and Health Care Providers.”
2006-2010 Laura Polanec, Area of Concentration in Medical Humanities, School of Medicine.
2007-2010 Kate Flom Kline, School of Medicine, Scholarly Project: “Racial and Ethnic Categories in Guidelines for Genetic Testing.”
2008-2012 Mary Cooper, Area of Concentration in Medical Humanities, School of Medicine.
2009-2013 Timothy Depp, Area of Concentration in Medical Humanities, School of Medicine.
2012 David Cohen, First Year Medical Student Summer Research Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, on the management of incidental findings of whole exome sequencing (WES).
2012 Ruchika Vij, First Year Medical Student Summer Research Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, on the management of incidental findings of whole exome sequencing (WES).
2014 Elizabeth Heffner, Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program Graduate Certificate, “Infant Mortality: Through the Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender.”
2014 Cynthia Swinehart, Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program Graduate Certificate, “Autonomy and Legitimacy: Problems of Multiculturalism.”

Undergraduate supervision
1992, 1993 Elizabeth Miller (Vassar College), Summer Intern, Center for Medical Ethics.
1993 Harold Brown, Walls Scholar and Summer Intern, University Challenge for Excellence Program.
1993 Rana Snipe, Public Health Careers Opportunity Program, “Detecting Phenylketonuria Through Newborn Genetic Screening: Its Ethical and Legal Implications.”
1994 Stephen Bouffard (Indiana University of Pennsylvania), 6 credit independent study on ethics, genetics, and concepts of disease.
1994-1995 Christopher Wood, QUEST Program, “Prenatal Genetic Screening: Lessons from NIH Trial 076, Prenatal Use of AZT” and “Phenylketonuria: The Morality of Mandatory Screening and treatment.”
1998 Lingaire Nije, R.K. Mellon Summer Intern, Center for Medical Ethics.
1998 Shannon Duff, Center for Medical Ethics Summer Intern.
1999 Hilary Leeds, Center for Bioethics and Health Law Summer Intern.
1999 Kandice Lewis, University Challenge for Excellence Program, Center for Bioethics and Health Law Intern.
1999 Terry Roberts, Mellon Summer Intern, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2000 Courtland Longest, Center for Bioethics and Health Law Summer Intern.
2001-2002 Briana Mezuk, Bachelor of Philosophy Thesis, Honors College, University of Pittsburgh. “The Ethos of Psychiatric Genetics and its Public Health Implications for Schizophrenia and Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder.”

Completed doctoral program in public health at Johns Hopkins University Spring 2007.


2002 Hilary K. Alvarez, Summer Intern, Center for Bioethics and Health Law, “The Legacy of Tuskegee” curriculum module development project.
2003 Caitlin Jones, Summer Intern, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2004 Katherine Matson, Spring Intern, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2004 Caitlin Jones, Summer Intern, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2005-2006 Kathleen Williams, BA, Intern and Research Assistant, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2007 Ryan Morhard, Research Intern, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2007 Kelly Jones, Summer Intern, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2010 Mikaela Rakos, Summer Intern, Center for Bioethics and Health Law.
2015 Ethan Alexander García Baker, Brackenridge Fellowship: Broadening Conceptions of Health: Lessons from Latin American Social Medicine.
2016 Faculty advisor for The Pitt Pulse , Volume IV, Issue IV (Summer 2016) Breaking Ground on a Broken Bedrock: Diversity and Disparities in Medicine.



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