|Joseph Gal, PhD |
Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Pathology at the CU School of Medicine and former Director of the Toxicology Section of University of Colorado Hospital’s Clinical Laboratories. His scholarly activities focus on the history of science, with specific focus on Louis Pasteur’s work as a chemist and on the history of chemical warfare, including the moral and ethical aspects.
Lawrence Hergott, MD Professor, Division of Cardiology, University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Hergott's "scholarly" work has been the writing of philosophical essays and poems focused on how medical practitioners and their loved ones lead the medical life.
|Peter Hulac, MD|
Retired neonatologist, ethicist and expert in the realm of shared decision-making.
Daniel Johnson, MD, FAAHPM
Dr. Johnson is the National Physician Lead for Palliative Care at Kaiser Permanente’s Care Management Institute and is a practicing physician on the Palliative Care Consult Services at Exempla St. Joseph Hospital and Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center.
Peggy Kelley MD
Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Kelley practices pediatric otolaryngology at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Her scholarly work associated with ethics is around tracheostomy as well as surgical innovation.
|Stefan Mokrohisky, MD|
Retired pediatrician, ethics consultant and educator.
Thomas J. Noel, PhD
Tom "Dr. Colorado," Noel is a Professor of History and Director of Public History, Preservation & Colorado Studies at the University of Colorado Denver. He also is co-director of the Center for Colorado & The West at the Auraria Library. Tom is the author or co-author of 40 books, many articles and a Sunday history column for The Denver Post.
Jessica Pierce, PhD
|Roz Pierson, PhD|
Research Management, Consultant and Strategist.
William S. Silvers, MD
Clinical Professor at University of Colorado School of Medicine, attending physician in Allergy Clinical Immunology Division. Initiated Holocaust Contemporary Bioethics Program in 2008.