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Craig Klugman

Craig Klugman teaches and conducts research in bioethics, public health ethics, and health humanities. His current projects examine pandemics, end-of-life, digital health, and ethics/humanities education. He is editor of Research Ethics in Health Humanities (Oxford 2019), Medical Ethics (Gale Cengage 2016), and Ethical Issues in Rural Health (Hopkins 2008, 2013). Dr. Klugman is a member of the Northwestern Memorial Hospital ethics committee and is a voting member of the National Biosecurity Science Board. He is co-director of the Bioethics & Society minor, co-faculty facilitator of The DePaul OpEd Project's Public Voices Fellowship and served on the DePaul COVID Response & Re-Opening Task Forces and was formerly chair of Health Sciences. Klugman is founding co-chair of the Health Humanities Consortium—an international assembly of scholars, educators, and artists. He is a graduate of Stanford University (BA-Human Biology), Case Western Reserve (MA-Bioethics; MA-Medical Anthropology), and the University of Texas Medical Branch (PhD-Medical Humanities).

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