Professor

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.

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.

Sullivan
Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

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

Professor
School of Law
kuszler@u.washington.edu

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

Kirkpatrick
Professor
Department of Internal Medicine
kirkpatj@uw.edu

Research interests: echocardiography, ventricular assist and other cardiac assist devices; the use of echocardiography in developing world nations; education and the practice of cardiac palliative

Goering
Professor
Department of Philosophy
sgoering@uw.edu

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

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

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

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

Jecker
Professor
Director of Graduate Studies
nsjecker@uw.edu

General interest in biomedical ethics and moral philosophy. Special interests include justice theory, dignity and human capabilities, the allocation of scarce healthcare resources, ethics and global population aging, global perspectives in bioethics, and clinical ethical decisions to withhold or withdraw futile treatments.