Center for Bioethics

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Center Investigators

David Craig

David Craig

Professor of Religious Studies
David is a religious ethicist specializing in economic, environmental, and health care ethics, with his recent work focusing on the health care reform debate.
Margaret (Meg) Gaffney, MD

Margaret (Meg) Gaffney, MD

Associate Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine
Meg is a practicing dermatologist and a Clinical Associate Professor, Emerita, who heads the G504 course in research ethics and leads an elective in bioethics for fourth-year medical students.
Jane Hartsock, JD

Jane Hartsock, JD

Director of Clinical Ethics for the Academic Health Center, IU Health
Jane works with the Medical Humanities and Health Studies program as both an Assistant Professor and Director of the Graduate Program. She provides subject matter expertise on bioethics and law, specifically on issues of privacy and authorship.
Mary A. Ott, MD, MA

Mary A. Ott, MD, MA

Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Mary offers guidance on bioethical issues related pediatric health, precision medicine and research with vulnerable populations.
Peter H. Schwartz, MD, Ph.D.

Peter H. Schwartz, MD, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Medicine
Peter serves as the director of the IU Center for Bioethics. His research focuses on decision aids for colorectal cancer screening and public deliberation studies.
Ross D. Silverman , JD, MPH

Ross D. Silverman , JD, MPH

Ross is a professor of Health Policy and Management and offers guidance on legal, ethical and policy issues in public health and medicine.
Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds, MD,  MPH,  MS

Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds, MD, MPH, MS

Assistant Dean for Diversity Affairs
Brownsyne is a clinician and health services researcher at IU School of Medicine, providing subject matter expertise on health disparities and the justice of healthcare.