Associate Editors

One mission of the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry is to foster interdisciplinary and international dialogue about pressing concerns related to both new and old bioethical issues. The Editors of the JBI specialize in a variety of areas and work with and within different populations. We encourage you to get to know all of our editors and engage with them in conversations that are fruitful to all.

Clinical Ethics

Malcolm Parker University of Queensland, Australia
Nikola Stepanov Centre for Health Ethics, Law & Education in the Tropics, Australia
Gail Van Norman University of Washington, USA

Cross-Cultural Bioethics

Kristina Orfali Columbia University, USA

Environmental and Non-Human Animal Ethics

Rob Irvine University of Sydney, Australia

Ethics and Faith

Ilana Maymind Chapman University, USA

Ethics and Reproduction

Silvia Camporesi King’s College London, UK

Globalization

Ted Schrecker Durham University, UK

Law

Bernadette Richards Adelaide University, Australia

Mental Health

Michael Robertson University of Sydney, Australia

Nursing Ethics

Liz Stokes District of Columbia Board of Nursing, USA

Public Bioethics

Lisa M. Lee Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, USA

Queer Theory and Disability Studies

Robert McRuer George Washington University, USA

Research Ethics

Jan Deckers University of Newcastle, UK
Wendy Lipworth University of Sydney, Australia
Sean M. Philpott Union Graduate College, USA

Reviews

Leigh E. Rich Armstrong State University, USA

Science and Genetics

Zubin Master Albany Medical College, USA
Robin Pierce Harvard Law School, USA

Women and Children Bioethics

Kristina Orfali Columbia University, USA