Faculty & Affiliated Scholars
Our organizational model integrates current and future programs in humanism and ethics education and research by leveraging the academic partnership between the division and UofL-HSC as well as UofL-Belknap Campus.
David J. Doukas, MD, is the Director of the Division of Medical Humanism and Ethics, the William Ray Moore Endowed Chair of Family Medicine and Medical Humanism, and Professor of Family and Geriatric Medicine. View CV
Stephen Hanson, PhD, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Adjunct Assistant Professor in Family and Geriatric Medicine. View CV
Winsor Schmidt, JD, LLM, Endowed Chair in Urban Health Policy and Professor of Psychiatry and Family and Geriatric Medicine. View CV
Paul Simmons, PhD, Clinical Professor, Family and Geriatric Medicine and Adjunct Professor in Philosophy. View CV
The division also has an active Affiliated Scholar Faculty with nineteen faculty members from the Health Sciences Campus (in Family Medicne, Education, OB/GYN, and the School of Public Health & Information Science), and the Belknap Campus (Philosophy and Law). The Affiliated Scholar faculty from these areas assists in ethics teaching and small group discussion through the Division’s teaching venues.
Health Sciences Campus
School of Medicine
Ruth Greenberg, PhD
Edward C. Halperin, MD, MA
Serge Martinez, MD, JD
Sara Petruska, MD
Mark A. Rothstein, JD
James M. Shwayder, MD, JD
Stuart Urbach, MD
David Wiegman, PhD
School of Public Health and Information Science
Carlton Hornung, Ph.D, M.P.H.
William P. McKinney, MD
Robert Kimball, PhD
Nancy Potter, PhD
Osborne P. Wiggins, Jr., PhD
Timothy S. Hall, JD
Robert L. Stenger, JD
Contact UsOur central phone extension is 502.852.2513, with Darryl Colebank serves as Administrative Manager for the Division,and coordinates the Gheens and Stambaugh Lecture Series.
Our Program Coordinator for the Masters Program is Andrea Sinclair, available at 502.852.6501