Alumni of the Bioethics Graduate Program
at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine

  Congratulations to the recent Loyola Bioethics students and alumni on achieving the American Society for Bioethics & Humanities (ASBH) Ethics Consultant certification (HEC-C):  Megan Bayrd, DO; Cynthia Coleman, MA, RN, DBE; Ryan Pferdehirt, MS, DBE (cand.); Caroline Lecoque, DBE; Ryan Pferdehirt, MS, DBE (cand.); Melinda Plumley, MA, DBE (cand.); Daniel Reirden, MD; Anne Margaret Shuham, DBE; Michael Sullivan, DBE, RN, FACHE

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Melinda Wilding, DBE, has started a new position as Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine (Institute of Bioethics and Social Justice) at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine. She completed the Doctorate in Bioethics (2017) at Loyola.
Chelsey Patten, DBE, has accepted the position of Clinical Associate Faculty at University of Illinois College of Medicine, providing ethics education to medical students and resident physicians.  She completed the Doctorate in Bioethics (2018) at Loyola.
Jeanie Sauerland, BSN, RN, MA, has accepted the position of Director, Ethics Services at University Health System (San Antonio, TX) beginning July 1, 2019.  She completed the Master's in Bioethics and Health Policy (2018) at Loyola.

Kenneth Campbell, DBe, MPH, MBA, MA, has received several fellowship opportunities. The first is from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Executive and Continuing Professional Education Program for "Leading Strategies for Evolving Health Care Executives." He accepted a second award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, allowing him to attend "Driving Business Performance: Culture of Health for Executive Leaders." He completed the Master's in Bioethics and Health Policy (2012) and the Doctorate in Bioethics (2016) at Loyola.  

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Recent Alumni Publications

Paul Babcock. Paralyzed by Prices: An Analysis of Price Theory within the Context of Heatlh Care. The Linacre Quarterly 2019; 86(1): 89-102.

Alyssa Burgart, Lozada J. Fentanyl Overdose Deaths: Why Was This Doctor Allowed to Study and Practice Medicine? USA Today 2019, June 12.

Sculli GL, Paul DE, David Sine. Building a High-Reliability Organization: A Toolkit for Success, 2nd Ed. HCPro, 2019.

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Congratulations to our 2019 GRADUATES!

The Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics proudly announces the graduates of 2019.

Doctorate Degree in Bioethics  

Jillian Boerstler
Mary Donnelly
Gianna McMillan
Pamela Payne
Gina Santori

Master of Arts in Bioethics       

Michelle Armstrong
Ramesh Batra
Jennifer Discher
Laura Doyen
Donna Ewy
Mary Kelly
Christian Lowe
Ann McDonald
Rebecca McNeil
Teresa Morris
Jennifer Ramseyer
Wendy Smith
Kenneth Robert Smoot










Previous Graduates:   Graduates 2014; Graduates 2015; Graduates 2016; Graduates 2017; Graduates 2018