IU Center for Bioethics faculty frequently contribute to their fields in medical humanities, biology, engineering, law, and public health.
Dr. Carroll's research goals are in improving pediatric outcomes. He has led multiple studies to improve adolescent diabetes through the usage of information technology.
Dr. Craig's research interest are in the area of economics, environmental, and health care ethics.
Dr. Embi is an internationally recognized research in the field of clinical and translational research informatics. His areas of interest include biomedical informatics, health information technology, patient-centered outcomes and learning health systems.
Dr. Halverson's research focuses on communication issues in medical genetics, particularly around the issues of informed consent and return of results.
Jane Hartsock, JD provides subject matter expertise on bioethics and law, specifically on issues of privacy and authorship.
Dr. Kasperbauer conducts research on privacy and protection of health data, informed consent, and learning health systems.
Dr. Ott's research focuses on bioethics issues related to pediatric health, precision medicine and research with vulnerable populations.
Dr. Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds conducts nationally and internationally recognized research on disparities, shared decision-making, and periviable care.
Dr. Comer's research focuses on medical decision making, with a special focus on the role of palliative care in medical decision making for hospitalized patients.