August 29 2019
Nicholas (Nick) Colgrove, PhD, is joining as a Post Doc Fellow the Graduate Program in Bioethics and the Department of Philosophy.He recently completed his PhD in philosophy at Baylor University, where he spent the last four years teaching courses in bioethics. As a teacher, he is especially invested in crafting courses and seminars that serve the needs and interests of his students and better equip them to pursue the particular goals they have set for themselves. At Baylor, he received the Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award in Spring 2019. Over the last few months, he has had a handful of articles accepted for publication in Journal of Medical Ethics and Journal of Medicine & Philosophy (among others). Lately, his work has been devoted to beginning of life issues as well as the role of religious perspectives in clinical practice. Looking ahead, he plans to investigate the impact of emerging reproductive technologies on the concepts of birth and personhood, as well as various points of intersection between medical practice and virtue theory.
February 7 2019
Mark Hall, a professor with the Wake Forest School of Law and Wake Forest School Medicine, has been named the lead reporter of the medical liability sections of the Restatement Third of Torts, by the American Law Institute. He will lead the effort to develop official text that informs all U.S. courts on the legal principles governing medical liability. Hall is a faculty researcher at Wake Forest School of Medicine and is the director of the Health Law & Policy Program at Wake Forest School of Law. He is also a professor with the University’s MBA program and Graduate Program in Bioethics
January 22 2019
This summer the Bioethics Graduate Program will offer new ONLINE course options for Graduate CERTIFICATE students unable to attend on campus. Click here for application details.