Daniel Daunis Jr., MD, is a psychiatry resident at Massachusetts General Hospital. He received both his BA, with a concentration in microbiology, and his MD from Louisiana State University. He is interested in bioethical problems and challenges faced by patients and physicians in the general hospital setting.
Kristen Elwell, JD, is the associate director of research policy and compliance in Harvard’s Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology. She received her BA from American University and her JD from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in health and biomedical law. She is particularly interested in areas of bioethics relating to stem cell and regenerative biology, as well as how policies are shaped by bioethics. Kristen was a member of the Suffolk University Law School’s Journal of Health & Biomedical Law.
Rebecca S. Feinberg, JD, MBe, MS, is a teaching assistant professor at DePaul University. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Yeshiva University, a JD and MBE from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MS in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University. She is interested in bioethical issues related to women’s health in the developing world and assisted reproductive technologies. Rebecca was the James Wilson Merit Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania where she was a member of the Inn of Court Honor Society and received the Henry Meacham Public Service Award.
Camila Gabriel, MSc, MS, is a genetic counselor and research fellow at Dana Faber Cancer Institute. She received her BSc and MSc in Fetal Medicine and Prenatal Genetics at University College London and her MS in Genetic Counseling at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. She recently moved from her position at Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, London, to Boston for a research fellowship in population genetics. She is interested in the bioethics of genetic discrimination and of women’s health.
Angela Marsiglio, MBBS, BMedSci, MBioethics, FANZCA, is an attending anesthesiologist at Boston Children's Hospital. She completed a master of bioethics at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and recently completed a pediatric anesthesia fellowship at Boston Children’s. Angela’s main interest is the health and well-being of medical trainees. She is currently conducting a systematic review in this area.
John Mayer, MD, received his MD from Yale Medical School, and trained in general and cardiothoracic surgery at the University of Minnesota. He is a professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School and the first Tommy Kaplan Chair in Cardiovascular Studies at Boston Children’s Hospital. He is interested health policy and has served as a Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) representative to the AMA Relative Value Update Committee and the STS Health Policy Workforce.
Junaid Nabi, MD, MPH, is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Surgery and Public Health (CSPH) and CNOC, at Brigham and Women's Hospital. He received his medical doctorate from Dhaka University as a SAARC Scholar and his MPH from Harvard University. He is interested in exploring the bioethical issues that arise in global health care delivery in the setting of international armed conflicts. Junaid is a recipient of the Rajiv Gandhi Creative Writing Award, Red Crescent Volunteer Medal, and Bangladesh Workers Party Public Service Medal.
Stacey Springs, PhD, is a research faculty member in the Center for Evidence Synthesis in Health at Brown University. She received her PhD in pharmaceutical economics and health policy from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Stacey is interested in the bioethical dimensions of shared decision-making and decisions made by proxies on behalf of critically ill newborns. She is an AHRQ K12 Scholar in Comparative Effectiveness/Patient-Centered Outcomes Research.
Anita Katharina Wagner, PharmD, MPH, DrPH, is an associate professor in the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. She received a PharmD from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, an MPH in international health, and a DrPH in epidemiology from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She is interested in the bioethical problems that arise in organizations and health systems around the provision of new, highly priced cancer medicines. Anita is a recipient of the inaugural Robert H. Ebert Career Development Award.
Richard Whyte, MD, MBA, is the vice chair of surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and a professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School. Richard received his BS in chemistry, his MD from the University of Pittsburgh, and MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He is interested in bioethical issues pertaining to the field of surgery—particularly cardiothoracic surgery. Richard is on the ethics committees of two national surgical organizations, the Society of Thoracic Surgeons (chair) and the American College of Surgeons.