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Joseph P. DeMarco, Ph.D., is the lead developer of the Cleveland State University bioethics web courses. He has published numerous articles in ethics. Professor DeMarco's books include A Coherence Theory in Ethics and Moral Theory.
Martin Harvey, Ph.D., joined the faculty of the Philosophy Department in 2000. He received his doctorate from CUNY, and was a Bioethics Fellow at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. Professor Harvey has specialized in bioethics and the history of ethics. His current research focuses on reproductive autonomy.
Samuel A. Richmond, Ph.D., Coordinator of the Bioethics Program, has published many articles in ethics and social work practice. He has taught courses in applied and professional ethics, and regularly teaches Bioethics Policy Issues and Bioethics and Law.
Allyson L. Robichaud, Ph.D., joined the Philosophy Department in Fall Semester 1999. She received her doctorate from CUNY, and was a Bioethics Fellow at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. Professor Robichaud has taught Clinical Issues in Bioethics. Her current research interests include medical futility and ethics and the emotions.
Mary Ellen Waithe, Ph.D., has taught in all areas of bioethics theory, law, and policy as well as clinical issues facing dentistry, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and allied health professions. She has published articles on ethics in dentistry, nursing, medicine and pharmacy. She has participated in public discussions on Physician Assisted Suicide; Cocaine Addicted Pregnant Women; and Women's Rights and Ethics.