Jill Manning, MPH, is an associate chair for the Partners Healthcare Human Research Committees, the institutional review board (IRB) for several network hospitals, including Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She received her BA from McGill University and her MPH from Boston University. She is interested in the bioethical considerations of human subjects research. Jill is the recipient of the 2015 Health Law, Bioethics, & Human Rights Capstone Prize from Boston University.
Jonathan Marron, MD, MPH, is an instructor in pediatrics at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and an attending physician in pediatric hematology/oncology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). He also serves as a clinical ethicist at BCH. Jonathan received a BA in human biology at Stanford University, an MPH from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and an MD from the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles.
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.
Guy Maytal, MD is the Associate Director of Ambulatory Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Director of the MGH Psychiatry Urgent Care and Primary Care Psychiatry Clinics, and Psychiatric Liaison to the Palliative Care Team at MGH. He is a senior member of the MGH Optimum Care Committee (Ethics Committee). He is also an Instructor at Harvard Medical School.
Research Fellow in Global Health and Social Medicine (EXT)
Mary McDonough, JD, PHD a former Legal Services health care attorney and state legislator, has a law degree; a MA in Catholic theology, with a specialization in moral theology; and, a PhD in ethics and social theory with a specialization in bioethics. She has taught ethics and has been a visiting scholar at The Hastings Center. She writes extensively on health care policy focusing on issues of social justice and is the author of “Can a Health Care Market Be Moral?
WENDY MCHUGH, RN, MS is a Clinical Nurse Ethicist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center where she provides ethics consultations to patients and staff members, facilitates monthly Ethics Rounds on 18 units, co-coordinates a monthly Ethics Case Conference and Ethics Liaison Group, helps to plan an annual nursing workshop on ethics, and is a member of the Ethics Advisory Committee. She has given a variety of lectures on clinical ethics at BIDMC and other medical centers and is a member of the Harvard Ethics Leadership Group.
Deirdre McHugh Butts, MS CCC-SLP CBIS is a Speech Language Pathologist at Spaulding North End. She received a BA in business administration and a Masters in Communication Science and Disorders from Emerson College. She is interested in patients’ quality of life/end of life decisions and how these decisions may conflict with the family’s (or surrogate’s) wishes. Deirdre is an advanced clinician and a Certified Brain Injury Specialist.
Writing Support Specialist, Master of Bioethics program
Paul McLean a former newspaper journalist in Los Angeles and Boston, is vice president of the nonprofit Community Voices in Medical Ethics and blogger and social network coordinator for the affiliate Community Ethics Committee (CEC). Through the Harvard Ethics Leadership, the CEC's research and reports inform specific policies and practices within the Harvard teaching hospitals with a unique perspective reflective of the diverse communities they serve.