Jean AbbottJean Abbott, MD, MH

Dr. Abbott is Professor Emerita of Emergency Medicine and a nationally recognized educator on ethics, professionalism and palliative care.  She is a member of the UC Health Ethics Committee and the Ethics Consult service.  Jean is co-founder of The Conversation Project in Boulder, which facilitates advance care planning. 

Christine BaughChristine Baugh, MPH, PhD

Dr. Baugh recently joined the CBH faculty and conducts interdisciplinary research at the intersection of health, policy, sport and ethics.  Much of her work has focused on the acute and chronic health implications of repetitive brain injury from sport, and the resultant individual, institutional, policy and ethical considerations.  

Matthew DeCampMatthew DeCamp, MD, PhD

A practicing internist, researcher and philosopher, Dr. DeCamp employs both empirical and conceptual methods to identify and solve cutting edge problems at the interface of health care, policy and bioethics. Special emphases of his research include engaging patients in health care organizational decision-making, ethical issues in the use of social media, “Big Data,” and global health.

Jackie GloverJacqueline J. Glover, PhD

Jackie Glover is a Professor in Pediatrics and at the Center for Bioethics and Humanities. She directs the Humanities, Ethics and Professionalism Thread in the School of Medicine Curriculum. Jackie serves on the ethics committees and helps direct the ethics consult services at the University of Colorado Hospital and Children’s Hospital Colorado. Her areas of scholarship include pediatric ethics, rural bioethics, ethics consultation, interprofessional education, and justice and the allocation of healthcare.

Daniel GoldbergDaniel S. Goldberg, JD, PhD

Dr. Goldberg is trained as an attorney, a historian of medicine, and a public health ethicist.  His current research agenda is law, policy, and bioethics focused the social determinants of health, public health policy and chronic illness health inequities and stigma.

June Homdayjanakul, MPHJune Homdayjanakul, MPH

June Homdayjanakul is a Doctor of Public Health student in the Community and Behavioral Health department at the Colorado School of Public Health.  She completed her Master of Public Health degree in Global Health and Health Disparities in Fort Collins and is currently working as a Research Associate for the Center for Global Health at the Anschutz Medical Campus. June's research areas of interest are in emerging infectious disease control and global health implementation science.

Glen MaysGlen Mays, MPH, PhD

Dr. Mays is the chair and a professor in the Department of Health Systems, Management and Policy in the Colorado School of Public Health at CU Anschutz. On a national level, Dr. Mays directs the National Program Office for the National Health Security Preparedness Index,created by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 

Don ParsonsDonald Parsons, MD

Don is a retired surgeon, with the last ten years as Kaiser Permanente Vice-President for Government Affairs in Washington, DC.  He founded the Infant Bioethics Committee at St. Joseph Hospital and served on the St. Anthony Medical Center ethics committee for 12 years. He is a member of the board of Colorado Health Ethics Forum. 

Matthew WyniaMatthew Wynia, MD, MPH

Dr. Wynia is an infectious disease specialist and Director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities. His research is focused on novel uses of survey data to inform and improve the practical management of ethical issues in health care and public policy.  He has led projects on a wide variety of topics related to ethics and professionalism, including understanding and measuring the ethical climate of health care organizations and systems; ethics and quality improvement; communication, team-based care and engaging patients as members of the team; defining physician professionalism; public health and disaster ethics.


Project Staff:

Meleah Himber, M.Ed.
Outreach Coordinator

David Weil, BA
Manager of Operations and Educational Technology