Alumni of the Bioethics & Healthcare Leadership Graduate Programs
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):  DeLila Bergan, JD, MA; Sabrina Derrington, MD, MA; Mary Donnelly, JD, RN, DBE; Elizabeth Held Dobos, PA-C, DFAAPA, DBE (c); Amy Hertweck-Warner, DO, MA, DBE (c); Laura Madigan-McCown, MTS, MSW, DBE (c); Rebecca McNeil, BSN, RN, CCRN, MA; Jennifer Ramseyer, RN, BSN, PHN, CHPN, MA; Ruth Sanborn, MA, DBE; Laura Vearrier, MD, DBE

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Angel Lampkin-Kwabena, DNP, MA, APRN, NNP has accepted the position of Nurse Practitioner in the NICU at Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago.  She completed the Master's in Bioethics (2014) at Loyola.
Francine Lynch, JD, DBE, has been accepted to the Ethics Fellowship Program at the MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics, University of Chicago. She completed her Doctorate in Bioethics (2018) from Loyola.
Mary Beth Bulte, MSW, MBA, has accepted the position of Vice President, Mission Integration at Mercy Hospital South in St. Louis, MO.  She is currently a student in the Master's of Healthcare Mission Leadership program at Loyola. 
Michelle R. Armstrong, MAEd, MA, C-TAGME, has accepted the position of Associate Executive Director, Review Committees for Plastic Surgery, Surgery and Thoracic Surgery Specialites at the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Eductation (ACGME).  She completed the Master's in Bioethics (2019) at Loyola.

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Recent Alumni Publications

Fisher K, Robichaux C, Jeanie Sauerland, Felicia Stokes. A Nurses Ethical Commitment to People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Nursing Ethics 2020;

Blair Henry. End of Life Feeding: Ethical and Legal Considerations. Physiology and Behavior 2020, Jan. doi:10.1016/j.physbeh.2020.112800

Jillian J Boerstler. Repeat Valve Replacements in Substance-Addicted Patients. National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 2019; 18(4): 619-26.

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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
Jennifer Kuchemba-Hunter
Jeanette Martin
Gianna McMillan
Pamela Payne
Gina Santori
James Smith

Master of Arts in Bioethics       

Michelle Armstrong
Ramesh Batra
Katy Bayless
Patricia Cline
Jennifer Discher
Laura Doyen
Lauren Draper
Deborah Eng
Donna Ewy
Jennifer Keil
Mary Kelly
Christian Lowe
Ann McDonald
Rebecca McNeil
Teresa Morris
Harry Peled
Olufemi Popoola
Jennifer Ramseyer
Michael Rezak
Wendy Smith
Leandra Steele
Kenneth Robert Smoot
Daniela Vargas









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