Adjuncts & Affiliates

Blacksher
John B. Francis Chair in Bioethics
Center for Practical Bioethics; Research Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center
eblacksher@practicalbioethics.org
Brazg
Affiliate Instructor
Director of the Health Sciences Interprofessional Education program
University of Washington
tbrazg@uw.edu
Webster
Bioethics Program Director
Virginia Mason
Kon
Chair and Medical Director
Department of Women and Children’s Services
Community Medical Center and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Inpatient Pediatric Services at Community Children’s in Missoula
MT
Monsen
Dr. Maren Monsen
Affiliate Faculty
Affiliate Faculty
206-616-1817
mmonsen@uw.edu

Dr. Maren Monsen is a physician, filmmaker, and clinical ethicist who uses film to share patient stories and shine light on challenging issues in public health and medicine.

Montgomery
Michelle Montgomery
Associate Professor
Director of Undergraduate Studies
206-221-6548
montgm2@uw.edu

Dr.

Wightman
Associate Professor
Department of Pediatrics
Aaron.Wightman@seattlechildrens.org
Research interests: medical decision-making for children with complex, chronic medical conditions.  He is the founder and chair of the ethics committee for the American Society of Pediatric Nephr
Robey
Clinical Faculty
Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
thomas.robey@wsu.edu

Research interests: emergency medicine; bioethics consultation; medical ethics education; and radiation exposure from diagnostic imaging.

Milam
Attorney at Law and Consultant
University of Washington School of Law (End-of-Life Seminar) 
smilam@u.washington.edu

Research interests: legal and ethical issues related to 1) end-of-life, termination of care, and, aid-in-dying; 2) transplant criteria and eligibility; 3) consent for health care and surrogate deci

King
Manager
Spiritual Health
Seattle Care Alliance
sking@seattlecca.org 

Research interests: religious and spiritual distress in cancer treatment.

Foglia
Health Care Ethicist Acting Chief Ethics Policy
National Center for Ethics in Health Care
marybeth.foglia@va.gov

Research interests: mixed method approaches to studying the intersection of clinical and organizational ethics especially the application of quality improvement methodology to improve ethical healt

Boyer
Professor
Oregon Health & Science University
boyerbe@ohsu.edu

Research interests: interaction between genetic and environmental risk and protective factors for obesity and diabetes in Yup'ik Eskimos.

Woiak
Lecturer
UW Disability Studies
jwoiak@uw.edu

Research interests: the social justice implications of knowledge about genetics, reproduction, and health in the modern era.

Lecturer, Disability Studies

Van Norman
Professor
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine 
gvn@u.washington.edu

Research interests: anesthesiology; clinical medical ethics and clinical ethics education; informed consent, and coercion.

Tonelli
Profesor
UW Division of Pulmonary
Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
tonelli@u.washington.edu

Research interests: the philosophical and epistemological underpinnings of clinical decision-making.

Sullivan
Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Research interests: addiction medicine, behavioral healthcare, pain management, psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine

Shriley
Principal Lecturer and Director of Nursing
UW Bothell Nursing
jamiegs@uw.edu

Research interests: health care ethics and policy. 

Opel
Associate Professor
Department of Pediatrics
douglas.opel@seattlechildrens.org

Research interests: provider-parent communication, health communication, public health ethics, and clinical ethics consultation.

Lewis-Newby
Associate Professor
School of Medicine
mithya@uw.edu

Research interests: bioethical issues that arise in the provision of pediatric critical care medicine

Kuszler
Professor
School of Law
kuszler@u.washington.edu

Research interests: bioethics, DNA evidence, global health, health law, medical malpractice

Korngiebel
Research Scholar
The Hastings Center

Research interests: shared-decision making, user-centered design, implementation science, ethically informed genomic medicine, clinical decision support, patient portals

Goering
Professor
Department of Philosophy
sgoering@uw.edu

Research interests: bioethics, feminism and feministy theory, philosophy for children, values

Gianola
Emeritus Lecturer & Assistant Professor (teaching)
Anchorage Campus
ggianola@uw.edu

Research interests: bioethics, veterans, physician assistants

 

Emeritus Lecturer, Family Medicine
Interim Director Anchorage Campus

Fourie
Assistant Professor and Benjamin Rabinowitz Chair in Medical Ethics
Department of Philosophy
fourie@uw.edu

Research interests: applied ethics, bioethics, health, medical ethics, political philosophy, race and ethnicity, public health ethics, population health ethics, theories of justice, background and

Hays
Professor
School of Medicine
rosshays@uw.edu

Resarch interests: pediatric rehabilitation, chronic pain and palliative care. His research interests include pediatric disability, medical ethics and palliative care.

Wilfond
Professor
Department of Pediatrics
bwilfond@u.washington.edu

Research Interests: ethical issues in clinical pediatrics and pediatrics research; clinical genetics and genetics research; with an emphasis on the ethical and policy issues related from the transi

Mastroianni
Professor of Law
School of Law
amastroi@u.washington.edu

Research interests: law, ethics and policy issues related to genetics, reproduction, and human subjects research.

Diekema
Professor
Department of Pediatrics
douglas.diekema@seattlechildrens.org

Research interests: bioethical issues, especially those pertaining to children and adolescents.

Curtis
Professor of Medicine
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
jrc@u.washington.edu

Research interests: the ethical dimensions of end-of-life care and palliative care in the intensive care unit and for patients with chronic life-limiting diseases.

Edwards
Professor
edwards@u.washington.edu

General interest in ethics education and bioethics. Special interests include physician-patient relationships, communication, informed decision-making, ethics of medical education, physician career satisfaction, research integrity issues, ethical issues with new technologies, and feminist ethics.

Clark
Associate Professor
Department of Pediatrics
Division of Bioethics and Palliative Care
jonnac@uw.edu

Research interests: futility, end-of-life decision making, and palliative care in the critical care environment.