Glenn McGee works with students, colleagues and organizations who are interested in bioethics.
Glenn McGee's Bio:
Glenn McGee's Experience:
John B. Francis Endowed Chair in Bioethics & Director of Ethics in Life Sciences at Center for Practical BioethicsDecember 2009 - November 2011
Served as director for life science and research ethics and in the John B. Francis Family Foundation funded $3 million John B. Francis endowed chair in bioethics. Engaged in research, publishing, editing, public and scholarly activities internationally, nationally and in the Kansas City domain.
Editor-in-Chief at The American Journal of Bioethics1999 - November 2011
Founder and head (editor in chief) of the editorial team for bioethics', philosophy's, public health's, health economics', and 24 other categories' highest impact journal (Thomson/Reuters/ISI 2006/2007/2008/2009/2010/2011), which includes AJOB, bioethics.net (28 million viewers/year), blog.bioethics.net, bioethics.org, and 130,000 online pages. The Journal began as an experiment led by McGee at Penn, published by MIT Press from 1999 on a quarterly basis. It was purchased in 2003 and sold to Taylor & Francis LLC, after which it went bi-monthly in 2006, and monthly in 2007. In 2010, Taylor & Francis introduced the AJOB Family of Journals, lead by McGee, including two new peer-reviewed, free-standing journals immediately (AJOB Primary Research, and AJOB Neuroethics) and more in subsequent years. McGee resigned in November of 2011 prior to assuming a position in the private sector.
John A. Balint Endowed Chair, Founding Director, Professor (Tenured) at Alden March Bioethics Institute2005 - 2008
John A. Balint Endowed Chair in Medical Ethics, tenured full Professor of Medicine, and founding Director of the Alden March Bioethics Institute, and created nationally prominent online masters program in bioethics.
Monthly Columnist at The Scientist2005 - 2008
First author of monthly column on ethics and the practice of research for the most prominent magazine for scientists and their institutions, The Scientist. Also editorial board: 2005-2009.
Associate Director for Education & Assistant Professor at University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics1995 - 2005
Associate director for education. Also assistant professor of medical ethics, cellular and molecular engineering, philosophy, nursing, history and sociology of science. Several awards and honors from the institution for teaching; co-founded penn masters programs in bioethics.
Founding Director & Assistant Professor at University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Ctr for Applied and Professional Ethics (CAPE)June 1994 - June 1995
Tenure-track assistant professor of philosophy, founding director of bioethics program, and Fellow of UMassD Center for Policy Analysis. Elected member of faculty senate.
Adjunct Professor at Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences, Department of BioethicsJune 2011
Professor at University of New HavenAugust 2014 - Present
Teaches in the public management graduate program
Glenn McGee's Education:
National Institutes of Health1994 – 1994Postdoc
Vanderbilt University1991 – 1994PhD, MAConcentration: Philosophy
Baylor University1985 – 1990BAConcentration: Philosophy & Environmental Studies
Glenn McGee's Interests & Activities:
Philosophy, Bioethics, Public Health, Education, Bioethics Reproductive Technology, Bio-Medical Engineering, Scholarly Editing, Human Rights, Nanotechnology, Ethics, John Dewey, Teaching and Learning, Public Policy, Publisher, Translation, German Studies, Stem cell and Regenerative medicine, William James, Gene Therapy, History of Science, Management Information Systems, Internet & Society, Public Management, Healthcare Management, Environmental Studies, Society, Genetics