Jonathan Mullin, MD is a Pediatric Palliative Care Physician at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Boston Children’s Hospital. He received a BA in biology and anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis, and a MD from Case Western Reserve University. He is interested in bioethics of pediatric palliative and end-of-life care, and the care of children with complex medical conditions.
Research Fellow in Global Health and Social Medicine (EXT)
Peter Murray, MSM, MD, FAAP completed his Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship at Yale in June and he will start as an attending at with the Division of Newborn Medicine at Tufts Floating Hospital for Children in July. Peter’s medical training began in Philadelphia at Temple University School of Medicine where he received his medical degree and he completed Pediatric Residency at AI DuPont Hospital for Children in Delaware. While in fellowship, he worked under his research mentor Dr.
Lida Nabati, MD is a physician in the Adult Palliative Care Division at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital. She completed training in internal medicine and served as chief resident at Boston Medical center then came to DFCI/BWH to complete a palliative medicine fellowship where she then stayed on as faculty. Dr. Nabati serves on the Ethics Advisory Committee at DFCI as well as the Ethics Committee at BWH and is also a member of the Ethics Committee for the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
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.
Marylou Nesbitt, RN, MS, AOCN is an oncology clinical specialist at Dana Farber Cancer Institute where she co-chairs the Ethics Advisory Committee. She received a BSN at the University of Pittsburgh and a MS at Boston University as an Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist. She is interested in integrating bioethics into the care of people with cancer and supporting oncology nurses to address ethical concerns around practices. Marylou received the Ethics Career Development Award from the Oncology Nursing Society in 2003.
Stephen F. O’Neill, LICSW, BCD, JD is the Associate Director of the Ethics Support Service at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and is the Social Work Manager for Psychiatry, Primary Care, and Infectious Disease. He completed a Fellowship in Bioethics in the Division of Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical School, is an Associate Faculty in the Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Simmons College Graduate School of Social Work. Mr.
Stjepan Orešković, PhD is the Director of the World Health Organisation Collaborative Center for Strategic Information on HIV. He received a MSc in both Gerontology and Methodology of Scientific Research and a PhD in Behavioral Science. His interests include bioethical issues connected with HIV Surveillance as well as the design and implementation of measures to monitor and improve the health of populations. Stjepan is the recipient of the Presidential medal for outstanding contribution to the health of the nation and promotion of moral social values.
Randall Owen, MS, MPhil, PA-C currently serves as a staff physician assistant with PhysicianOne Urgent Care based in Glastonbury, Connecticut. He received PA training at George Washington University and completed his PA surgical residency at Norwalk Hospital/Yale School of Medicine. His interests include ethical challenges surrounding the delivery of medical care during long duration and exploration-class space missions. Randall was the first PA to complete the NASA Fellowship in Aerospace Medicine.
Al Ozonoff, PhD, CPPS is Director of Patient Safety and Quality Research at Boston Children’s Hospital. He received a PhD in Mathematics from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is interested in bioethical issues that arise in the healthcare setting, especially Quality Improvement and research involving children and adolescents. Al is a certified patient safety professional.
Dr. Peerzada is a member of the Division of General Pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital. She works as a pediatric hospitalist at South Shore Hospital. She has served as a member of the Ethics Advisory Committee at Boston Children’s since 2010. She earned her medical degree from Dartmouth Medical School and a master’s degree from the Harvard School of Public Health. She was trained in Pediatrics at the University of Virginia and then completed a fellowship in Pediatric Health Services Research at Harvard as well as a fellowship in Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health.