Past Harold T. Shapiro Postdoctoral Research Associates in Bioethics
Michael Rabenberg (2019-2021)
Michael Rabenberg is a philosopher specializing in ethics. He is especially interested in the badness of death, the morality of rescue, value incommensurability, and the ways in which these topics relate to one another. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Harvard University.
Professional website: michaelrabenberg.princeton.edu
Monique Wonderly (2015-2018)
University of California-Riverside, Department of Philosophy
Monique Wonderly is primarily interested in puzzles at the intersection of ethics and the nature of emotions. She has published in the areas of applied ethics, philosophy of emotion and history of philosophy. Her current research focuses on emotional attachment – and in particular, on questions concerning moral agency and ethical treatment that arise when considering certain attachment-related pathologies, including psychopathy and (some forms of) addiction. Wonderly holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from University of California-Riverside, an M.A. in philosophy from Western Michigan University, and a B.A. in philosophy and psychology from the University of Michigan. She is currently an assistant professor in philosophy at the University of California-San Diego.
Jason Schwartz (2012 – 2015)
University of Pennsylvania, Center for Bioethics
Jason L. Schwartz studies ethical, historical, and policy issues in medicine and public health. He has written widely on vaccines and vaccination programs, decision-making in public health policy, and the structure and function of scientific expert advice to government. His current research examines how policy-makers, regulators, physicians, and patients evaluate and respond to risks associated with pharmaceuticals and other medical technologies. Schwartz holds a Ph.D. in the history and sociology of science and a master’s degree in bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an A.B. in classics from Princeton. He is a former staff member for the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.
Kristi Olson (2010 – 2012)
Harvard University, Department of Philosophy
Kristi Olson's research interests lie in the intersection of philosophy and public policy. While at Princeton she explored arguments for and against the right to a basic income and their applicability to the right to publicly-funded health care. Kristi holds a Ph.D in philosophy from Harvard University, a J.D. from Duke Law School, and an A.M. in health policy from Harvard University. She has also worked as an attorney for the National Health Law Program.
Bennett Foddy (2007 – 2010)
Oxford University, Uehiro Center for Practical Ethics
Bennett Foddy was the Harold T. Shapiro Postdoctoral Research Associate in Bioethics at the Center for Human Values from 2007-2010. He is the author of numerous articles, including “Can Addicted People Consent to the Prescription of their Drug?” in Bioethics and “The Ethics of Genetic Testing in Sport” in International SportsMed Journal. He has written a chapter on “Performance Enhancement and the Spirit of Sport” for the forthcoming Gillon’s Principles of Healthcare Ethics. He received his D.Phil. in bioethics from the University of Melbourne in 2007.
Nir Eyal (2004 – 2006)
Harvard University, Program in Ethics and Health
Dr. Eyal was the Harold T. Shapiro Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioethics at the Center for Human Values from 2004-2006. He is currently instructor in Social Medicine (Division of Medical Ethics) at the Harvard Medical School, with a primary appointment at the university-wide Program in Ethics and Health. He received his D.Phil. in politics at Oxford University, his M.A. in philosophy from Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and his B.A. in philosophy and history from Tel-Aviv University. Prior to joining the Harvard faculty, he was Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Clinical Bioethics of the National Institutes of Health. His earlier background is in ethics and political philosophy.
S. Matthew Liao (2003 – 2004)
University of Oxford, The Program on Ethics and the New Biosciences
Dr. Liao was the Harold T. Shapiro Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioethics at the Center for Human Values in the academic year 2003-04. He is currently an associate professor in the Center for Bioethics at New York University with affiliation in the Department of Philosophy. He obtained his doctorate in philosophy from Oxford University and graduated magna cum laude with an A.B. from Princeton University. He is interested in a wide range of philosophical issues in ethics, bioethics, metaphysics, and moral psychology, and has published in journals such as The Monist, Journal of Value Inquiry, Journal of Political Philosophy, Journal of Moral Philosophy, Journal of Medical Ethics, American Journal of Bioethics, and Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics. Prior to joining the NYU faculty, he was a Greenwall Research Fellow at Johns Hopkins University and a Visiting Researcher at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University from 2004-2006, and the Deputy Director and James Martin Senior Research Fellow in the Program on the Ethics of the New Biosciences in the Faculty of Philosophy at Oxford University from 2006-2009.
Past Postdoctoral Research Associates in Values and Public Policy (jointly appointed with the School of Public and International Affairs)
Mark Alfano (2012 – 2013)
Chloé Bakalar (2015 – 2017)
Sharon Bassan (2017 – 2019)
Mark Budolfson (2014 – 2016)
Simon Cotton (2012 – 2014)
Francis Dennig (2013 – 2015)
Maddalena Ferranna (2016 – 2018)
Ashley Gorham (2019 - 2021)
August Gorman (2019 - 2021)
Minh Ly (2014 – 2016)
Kian Mintz-Woo (2019 - 2020)
Sally Nuamah (2016 – 2018)
Daniel Putnam (2016 – 2018)
Andreas Schmidt (2014 – 2016)
Stephen Wertheim (2015 – 2016)
Annette Zimmerman (2019 - 2020)
Past Postdoctoral Research Associates in Ethics and Climate Change
Blake Francis (2017-2019)
Ewan Kingston (2019-2021)
Past Postdoctoral Research Associates in the Cognitive Science of Values
Sara Aronowitz (2019-2020)
Corey Cusimano (2019-2021)
Dylan Murray (2017-2019)
Past Postdoctoral Research Associate in Democracy and Human Values
Joseph Mazor (2009 – 2010)
Laura Valentini (2009 – 2010)