Udo Schüklenk

Professor and Ontario Research Chair in Bioethics

Philosophy

Arts and Science

udo.schuklenk@pm.me

613-533-6000 ext. 77035

Watson Hall 309

Education
  • PhD, Monash University Centre for Human Bioethics
Specializations 

Bioethics, Practical Ethics

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About

Udo Schüklenk is Professor of Philosophy at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario Research Chair in Bioethics, and Honorary Professor at both Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg (since 2008) and Wenzhou Medical University, Wenzhou (since 2017). He is the Editor in Chief of Bioethics (since 1997) and the Founding Editor and Editor in Chief of Developing World Bioethics (since 2000). He has written, edited or co-edited ten books and authored or co-authored some 100+ publications in peer reviewed journals and anthologies.

Monographs
  • (with Ruth F. Chadwick) This is Bioethics. Wiley-Blackwell, 2020.
  • (with Russell Blackford) 50 Great Myths About Atheism. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2013.
  • Access to Experimental Drugs in Terminal Illness. Haworth: New York and London, 1998.
In Progress 
  • Conscientious Objection in Medicine (with A Giubilini, F Minerva, J Savulescu). Oxford University Press, 2021.
Edited Collections / Books
  • (Co-Editor with Helga Kuhse and Peter Singer). Bioethics: An Anthology (3rd edition). Wiley-Blackwell, 2016. 4th edition in print, 2021.
  • (Co-Editor with Russell Blackford) 50 Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford, 2009. Polish and Korean editions 2011. Spanish edition 2013. Arabic edition 2019. Polish edition 2014.
  • (Co-Editor with Ruth Chadwick, Helga Kuhse, Willem Landman and Peter Singer) The Bioethics Reader. Blackwell: Oxford, 2007.
  • (Co-Editor with Patricia Illingworth, Jillian C Cohen) The Power of Pills: Social, Ethical and Legal Issues in Drug Development, Marketing and Pricing. Pluto Press: London, 2006.
  • (Co-Editor with Debora Diniz, Dirce Guilhem) Ética na Pesquisa. University of Brazil Press: Brasilia, 2005. 2nd extended edition as: (Co-Editor with Debora Diniz, Dirce Guilhem, Andrea Sugai) Etica em Pesquisa. University of Brazil Press: Brasilia, 2008.
  • (Editor) AIDS: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues. International Library of Medicine, Ethics and Law. Dartmouth: Aldershot, 2001.
Journal Articles
  • Religion at Work in Bioethics and Biopolicy: Christian Bioethicists, Secular Languaguage, Suspicious Orthodoxy. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2021; 46: in press
  • What health care professionals owe us: why their duty to treat during a pandemic is contingent on personal protective equipment (PPE). Journal of Medical Ethics 2020; 46: 432-435.
  • Conscience-based refusal of patient care in medicine: A consequentialist analysis. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 2019; 40: 523-538.
  • Non-informed consent can be ethically defensible. The Annals of Thoracic Surgery 2019; 108: 1612-1613.
  • Conscientious objection and compromising the patient: A response to Hughes. (with J Savulescu) Bioethics 2018: 32: 473-476.
  • Are Concerns About Irremediableness, Vulnerability, or Competence Sufficient to Justify Excluding All Psychiatric Patients from Medical Aid in Dying? (with R Rooney, S van de Vathorst) Health Care Analysis 26: 326-343.
  • ‘For their own good’: a response to popular arguments against permitting medical assistance in dying where mental illness is the sole underlying condition. (with J Dembo and J Reggler) Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2018: 63: 451-456.
  • Conscientious objection in medicine: accommodation versus professionalism and the public good. British Medical Bulletin 2018; 126: 47-56.
  • The Moral Case for Granting Catastrophically Ill Patients Access to Unregistered Medical Interventions (with R Smalling). Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 2017; 45: 382-391.
  • Against the accommodation of subject healthcare provider beliefs in medicine: counteracting supporters of conscientious objector accommodation arguments. (with R Smalling) Journal of Medical Ethics 2016; doi:10.1136/medethics-2016-103883
  • Doctors Have No Right to Refuse Medical Aid in Dying, Abortion or Contraception. (with J Savulescu) Bioethics 2017;31: 162-170.
  • Why Medical Professionals Have No Moral Claim to Conscientious Objection Accommodation in Liberal Democracies. (with RD Smalling) Journal of Medical Ethics 2016 doi:10.1136/medethics-2016-103560
  • Accommodating Conscientious Objection in Medicine: Private Ideological Convictions Must Not Trump Professional Obligations. Journal of Clinical Ethics 2016; 27(3): 227-232.
  • Treatment-resistant major depressive disorder and assisted dying: response to comments. (with S van de Vathorst) Journal of Medical Ethics 2015; 41: 589-91.
  • Assisted Dying and Treatment-Resistant Depression. (with S van de Vathorst) Journal of Medical Ethics 2015; 41: 577-583.
  • What Are the Ethical Issues in Treating a Patient With Bilateral Leg Gangrene Incapable of Consenting to Amputation Secondary to Psychiatric Illness? With MA Taylor, D McKay, M. Eid, D. Pichora. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 2015; 473: 3998-4003.
  • Physicians Can Justifiably Euthanize Severely Impaired Neonates. Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery 2015; 149: 535-537.
  • Assisted Dying in Canada. Health Papers 2014; 14(1): 38-43.
  • Public Health Ethics and Obesity Prevention – The Trouble with Data and Ethics. With Erik Yuan Zhang. Monash Bioethics Review 2014; 32: 121-140.
  • And there we go again: the ethics of placebo controlled RCT in cases of catastrophic illness. Journal of Medical Ethics 2013; doi:10.1136/medethics-2013-101653 
  • In Defence of Academic Freedom: Bioethics Journals Under Siege. Journal of Medical Ethics 2013; 39: 303-309.
  • Queer Patients and the Health Care Professional – Regulatory Arrangements Matter. Journal of Medical Humanities. 2013; 34(2): 93-100. (with Ricardo Smalling)
  • End-of-Life Decision-Making in Canada: The Report by the Royal Society of Canada Expert Panel on End-of-Life Decision-Making. Bioethics 2011; 25 (S1): E1-73. (with Johannes van Delden, Jocelyn Downie, Sheila McLean, Ross Upshur, Daniel Weinstock)
  • AIDS: The Time for Changes in Law and Policy is Now. (with Sean Philpott) International Journal of Law in Context 2011; 7: 305-317.
  • Publishing bioethics and Bioethics: Reflections on academic publishing by a journal editor. Bioethics 2010; 25: 57-61.
  • Two Models in Global Health Ethics. Public Health Ethics 2009; 2: 276-284.
  • Access to Phase I Drugs in Terminal Illness: A Review of the Ethical Arguments. British Medical Bulletin 2009; 89: 7-22. (with Chris Lowry).
  • Ethical issues in international research and multicentre studies. Electronic Journal of Communication, Information and Innovation in Health 2008 DOI: 10.3395 / reciis. v2.Sup1.206en: 19-29. (with D Hare)
  • Questões éticas na pesquisa internacional e em estudos multicêntricos. (with D Hare) In: Revista Electronica de Comunicacao Informacao, Inovacao em Saude 2008 DOI: 10.3395/reciis.v2.Sup1.206: 19-30.
  • Review Article: Should We Use the Criminal Law to Punish HIV Transmission? In: International Journal of Law in Context 2008; 4: 277-284.
  • Rethinking Mandatory HIV Testing During Pregnancy in High HIV-prevalence Regions: Ethical and Policy Issues. American Journal of Public Health 2007; 97(7): 1179-1183. (with A Kleinsmidt)
  • Confronting an Influenza Pandemic: Ethical and Scientific Issues. (with K Gartland). Biochemical Society Transactions 2006; 34.
  • North-South Benefit Sharing Arrangements in Bioprospecting & Genetic Research: A Critical Ethical and Legal Analysis. Developing World Bioethics 2006; 6: 122-134. (with A Kleinsmidt)
  • Sharing the Benefits of Genetic Resources: Ensuring Equity for Developing Countries. BMJ 2005; 331: 1351-1352. (with D Schroeder, F Alvarez-Castillo, D Feinholz, A Kleinsmidt, M Ladikas, C Lásen Diaz)
  • Special Issues (in Ethics Review). Developing World Bioethics 2005; 5(1): 92-108. (with B Schneider)
  • Introduction to Research Ethics. Developing World Bioethics 2005; 5(1): 1-13.
  • The Standard of Care Debate: Against the Myth of an ‘International Consensus Opinion’. In: Journal of Medical Ethics 2004; 30: 194-197.
  • Professional Responsibilities of Biomedical Scientists in Public Discourse. In: Journal of Medical Ethics 2004; 30: 53-60.
  • AIDS: Bioethics and Public Policy. In: New Review of Bioethics 2003; 1(1): 127-144.
  • Intellectual Property Rights, Compulsory Licensing and the TRIPS Agreement: Some Ethical Issues. In: Monash Bioethics Review 2003; 22(2):63-68.
  • Ethics, Politics and Embryo Stem Cell Research in South Africa. (with J Lott). In: South African Medical Journal 2002; 92: 782-786.
  • Affordable access to essential medication in developing countries: conflicts between ethical and economic imperatives. In: Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2002; 27(2): 179-195. (with R Ashcroft)
  • Ethical Issues in Continuing Professional Development. In: South African Medical Journal 2001; 91: 955-957.
  • Teaching Bioethics: The Distribution of Medical Resources, Withholding Medical Treatment, Drug Trials, Advance Directives, Euthanasia and other ethical issues - The Thandi Case (2). In: Developing World Bioethics 2001; 1: 163-174. (with T Jenkins, and D Moellendorf)
  • Clinical Standards of Care and the Declaration of Helsinki: The battle is over, or is it? In: Monash Bioethics Review 2001; 20(1): 63-66.
  • Teaching Bioethics: Privacy. Abortion, Resource Allocation and other Ethical Issues – The Thandi Case (1). In: Developing World Bioethics 2001; 1: 69-82. (with T Jenkins and D Moellendorf)
  • Declaration of Helsinki revisions. In: Issues in Medical Ethics 2001; 9(1): 29.
  • Pitanja etike i politike u medunarodnim klinickim istrazivanjima (Ethical and Policy Issues in International Clinical Research). In: Vladavina Prava (Croatian journal - Rule of Law: Journal for Theory and Practice of the Law) 2000; 4(5): 159-172. ). (with R Ashcroft)
  • Protecting the Vulnerable: Testing Times for Clinical Research Ethics. In: Social Science and Medicine. 2000; 51: 969-977.
  • The ethics of reproductive and therapeutic cloning (research). In: Monash Bioethics Review 2000; 19(2): 34-45. (with R Ashcroft)
  • International Research Ethics. In: Bioethics 2000; 14: 158-172. (with R Ashcroft) *This article is the most frequently cited article in the Journal’s history.
  • The Human Genome Diversity Project: Ethical Concerns. In: Politics and Life Sciences 1999; 18: 332-334.
  • Some Ethical Issues in Preventive Vaccine Research. In: Bioetica Clinica / Archives of Clinical Bioethics 1999; 2(1): (suppl.) 19-22.
  • International Research Ethics Guidelines Under Threat. In: Issues in Medical Ethics 1999; 7(3):97-98.
  • Klonen: gegen das schlechte Image einer guten Sache (Cloning: against the bad image of a good idea). In: der blaue reiter  (peer reviewed German language philosophy journal with large circulation) 1999; August: 99-103.
  • International research ethics guidelines to be revised - in nearly complete secrecy. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1999; 18(3): (suppl) 18-21.
  • Drug Testing and Approval in Cases of People with Catastrophic Illness: Ethical Issues. In: Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs 1998; 15(3&4): 145-157.
  • Unethical Perinatal HIV Transmission Trials Establish Bad Precedent. In: Bioethics 1998; 12: 311-318.
  • Biomedical Research on Sexual Orientation - Researchers Taking Our Chances in Homophobic Societies. In: Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association 1998; 2: 79-84 (with RA Brookey)
  • The Design of Research Clinical Trials with Terminally Ill Patients: Ethical Issues. In: Journal International de Bioethique 1997; 8: 127-132.
  • The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. In: Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13. (with E Stein, W Byne & J Kerin)
  • Ethics, Research, and the Public Understanding of Science. In: Science and Public Affairs - Journal of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 1997; Summer: 46-49.
  • Ethische Probleme des Designs und der Zugangsvoraussetzungen klinischer AIDS-Versuchsreihen. In: Ethik in der Medizin 1997; 9: 15-30.
  • AIDS and the lab rats. In: Science and Public Affairs - Journal of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 1996; Winter: 54-57.
  • Should Research into the Causes of Homosexuality be done? In: Journal of Homosexuality 1996; 31(3): 5-30. (with M Ristow)
  • Patient Access to Experimental Drugs and AIDS Clinical Trial Designs: Ethical Issues. In: Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1996; 5(3): 400- 409. (with C Hogan)
  • Women and AIDS: The Ethics of Exaggerated Harm. In: Bioethics 1996; 10: 93-113. (With MA Sushinsky and D Mertz)
  • The Bioethics Tabloids: How professional ethicists have fallen for the myth of tertiary transmitted heterosexual AIDS. In: Health Care Analysis 1995; 3:27-36. (with D Mertz and J Richters)
  • Sollten Forschungen nach den Ursachen der Homosexualität unternommen werden? In: Ethik in der Medizin 1995; 7(2): 71-86. (with M Ristow)
  • The ethics of clinical AIDS vaccine trials in developing countries: a critical commentary. In: Monash Bioethics Review 1994; 13(4): 12-15 (suppl.).
  • Against manipulative campaigns by 'community based' AIDS organisations. In: Health Care Analysis 1994; 2(3): 253-261.
  • Bioethik in Melbourne. In: Information Philosophie 1993; 21(1): 58-60.
  • Zur Diskussion um Ökosteuern (on eco-taxes). In: UVP-report 1989; 3(4): 80-83.
  • Schopenhauer und die Schwulen (Schopenhauer on Homosexuality). In: Widerspruch - Münchner Zeitschrift für Philosophie 1989; 16(17): 100-116.
  • Umweltethik, Umweltpolitik und praktische Naturphilosophie - ein Thema für die Lobby der Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung? (environmental ethics, environmental policy and practical philosophy of nature: a relevant issue for the environmental impact assessment lobby?) In: UVP-report (information on environmental impact assessment) 1988; 2(2): 8-10.
Chapters in Books
  • What health care professionals owe us: why their duty to treat during a pandemic is contingent on personal protective equipment (PPE). Reprinted from Journal of Medical Ethics in: U Schuklenk, P Singer and H Kuhse (eds). Bioethics: An Anthology 4th ed. Wiley-Blackwell 2021.
  • What health care professionals owe us: why their duty to treat during a pandemic is contingent on personal protective equipment (PPE). Reprinted from Journal of Medical Ethics in: MC Schwartz. (ed.) The Ethics of Pandemics. Broadview 2020.
  • Issues in Global Health Ethics. In: W Teays, AD Renteln (eds). Global Bioethics and Human Rights. Rowman and Littlefield 2020.
  • HIV/AIDS. (with A Viens). In: H Lafollette (ed.). International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2019.
  • Why Medical Professionals Have No Moral Claim to Conscientious Objection Accommodation in Liberal Democracies. In: J Fisher and L Burkholder (eds). Biomedical ethics: A Canadian Focus (3rd ed). Oxford University Press: Toronto 2018. (with RD Smalling, reprinted from: Journal of Medical Ethics 2016 doi:10.1136/medethics-2016-103560)
  • Why conscientious objection accommodation in medicine is indefensible. (with B Zolf), in: D Boonin (ed). The Palgrave Handbook of Philosophy and Public Policy. Palgrave Macmillan: 2018.  60-621
  • Catastrophically ill children, access to unregistered medical interventions and trial recruitment needs: an ethical analysis. (with T Hartvigsson), in: E Kodish, R Nelson (eds). Ethics and research with children: a case-based approach. 2nd edition. Oxford University Press: New York 2018.
  • Utilitarianism. In: B. Jennings (ed). Encyclopedia of Bioethics (4th ed.) – Vol. 6 3121-3128. Macmillan: San Francisco: 2014.
  • Research Ethics and Clinical Trials. In: H Widdows, D Moellendorf (eds) Handbook of Global Ethics. (with Ricardo Smalling). Routledge: London 2014: 307-320.
  • Peter Singer. In: G Oppy, N Trakakis (eds). A Companion to Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand – 2nd edition. (with C Lowry) Monash ePress: Melbourne 2014: 512-516.
  • Issues in Global Health Ethics. In: W. Teays, J-S Gordon and AD Renteln(eds.) Global Bioethics and Human Rights. Rowman and Littlefield 2014: 300-317 (with D Hare)
  • Homosexuality and Philosophy.  In: F Mildenberger, J Evans, R Lautmann and J Pastotter (eds). Was ist Homosexualitaet? Forschungsgeschichte, gesellschaftliche Entwicklungen und Perspektiven. Hamburg: Maennerschwarm: 2014: 319-344. (w J Davies)
  • Udo Schuklenk. In: Jan Kyrre Berg O. Friis (ed) Philosophy of Medicine: 5 Questions. Springer: Berlin 2011.
  • AIDS. In: H Lafollette (ed.). International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2012. (with A Viens)
  • International Research Ethics. In: H Lafollette (ed.). International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2012. (with S Philpott)
  • Global Health Ethics. In: H Lafollette (ed.). International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2012. (with C Cline)
  • Questoes eticas na pesquisa internacional e em estudos multicentricos. In: D Diniz, A Sugai, D Guilhem, F Squinca (eds). Etica em Pesquisa: Temas Globais. Letras Livres/University of Brazil Press: Brasilia: 187-218. (with D Hare)
  • Human Self-Determination, Biomedical Progress and God. In: R Blackford, U Schuklenk (eds.) 50 Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists. Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford 2009.
  • Public Policy in a Just Society. In: J Gordon-Stewart (ed). Morality and Politics: Reading Boylan's 'A Just Society'. Rowman & Littlefield 2009: 161-179. (with C Lowry)
  • Peter Singer. In: G Oppy, S Gardner (eds). A Companion to Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand (with C Lowry). Monash ePress: Melbourne 2009: 497-501.
  • AIDS as a Global Health Emergency. In: H Kuhse, P Singer (eds). Companion to Bioethics - 2nd edition. Blackwell: Oxford 2009: 441-454.
  • Developing World Challenges. In: H Kuhse, P Singer (eds). Companion to Bioethics - 2nd edition. Blackwell: Oxford 2009: 404-416. (with M Kottow and P Sy)
  • Global Health Responsibilities. In: H Kuhse, P Singer (eds). Companion to Bioethics - 2nd edition. Blackwell: Oxford 2009: 393-403. (with C Lowry)
  • International Research Ethics. In: R Chadwick, H Kuhse, W Landman, U Schuklenk, P Singer (eds). The Bioethics Reader. Blackwell: Oxford 2007: 243-257. Reprinted from Bioethics 2000; 14: 158-172. (with R Ashcroft)
  • Bioethics in the developing world. In: A Iltis (ed). Bioethics and Law. Routledge: London 2007: 274-291.
  • Health and the Developing World. In: C Wolf, J Ryberg, T Petersen (eds). New Waves in Applied Philosophy. Palgrave Macmillan 2007. (with P Sy)
  • Ethical Obligations of Trial Sponsors in Clinical Research. In: RE Ashcroft, A Dawson, H Draper, J McMillan (eds). Principles of Health Care Ethics. Wiley: Chichester 2007. (with J Gallagher)
  • Affordable Access to Essential Drugs in Developing Countries: Conflicts Between Ethical and Economic Imperatives. In: B Bennett (ed) Health, Rights and Globalisation. Ashgate: Aldershot 2006: 123-139. (Reprinted from Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2002; 27: 179-195. (with R Ashcroft)
  • Bioethics in the Developing World. In: SH Johnson, A Iltis (eds). Law and Bioethics. Routledge: London 2006: 274-291.
  • Globalisation and Health: A Developing World Perspective on Ethical and Policy Issues. In: B Bennett and GF Tomossy (eds). Globalisation and Health. Springer: Dordrecht 2006: 13-25. (with B Bello)
  • Tema Especiais em Eticana Pesquisa. In: D Diniz, D Guilhem and U Schuklenk (eds). Etica na Pesquisa. Letras Livres: Brasilia 2005: 156-179. Translated and reprinted from Developing World Bioethics 2005; 5(3). (with B Schneider)
  • Introducao a Etica em Pesquisa. In: D Diniz, D Guilhem and U Schuklenk (eds). Etica na Pesquisa. Letras Livres: Brasilia 2005: 30-45. Translated and reprinted from Developing World Bioethics 2005; 5(3).
  • The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. In: M Hobbs and C Rice (eds). Gender and women’s studies in Canada: Critical terrain. Women’s Press: Toronto, 2003: 199-204. (with E Stein, J Kerin & W Byne, reprinted from Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13).
  • Affordable Access to Essential Drugs in Developing Countries: Conflicts Between Ethical and Economic Imperatives. In: Av Niekerk, LM Kopelman (eds). Ethics and AIDS in Africa. Cape Town: David Philip/New Africa Books, 2005: 127-140. Reprinted from Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 2002; 27: 179-195.
  • Benefit Sharing in International Health Research – A Critical Look at Four Developing Countries’ Approaches, in: GF Tomossy, DW Weisstub and T Campbell (eds). Medicine and Industry: Changing Paradigms in Health Law, Policy and Ethics, Oxford University Press: Oxford 2005.
  • Bioethics and Public Policy. In: F Thiele (ed). Bioethics in a Small World. Springer Publ: Berlin 2004: 129-138. (with J Lott)
  • Professional Responsibilities of Biomedical Scientists in Public Discourse. In: A Zichichi (ed). International Seminar on Nuclear War and Planetary Emergencies: 30th session. World Scientific Publishing: Singapore 2004. (reprinted from Journal of Medical Ethics 2004; 30: 53-60).
  • International Research Ethics. In: GF Tomossy and DW Weisstub (eds). Human Experimentation and Research – International Library of Law, Medicine and Ethics. Ashgate: Aldershot 2003. Reprinted from Bioethics 2000; 14: 158-172. (with R Ashcroft)
  • The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. In: R Chadwick and D Schroeder (eds.) Applied Ethics, vol 3. Routledge: London 2002. (with E Stein, J Kerin & W Byne, reprinted from Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13) pp. 319-333.
  • Patient Access to Experimental Drugs and AIDS Clinical Trial Designs: Ethical Issues. In: U Schuklenk (Editor) AIDS: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues. Dartmouth: Aldershot 2001, reprinted from Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1996; 5(3): 400- 409. (with C Hogan)
  • Le sida en Afrique du Sud : des problèmes éthiques qui concernent l'humantié entière. In: JD Rainhorn MJ Burnier (eds). La santé au risque du Marché : Incertitudes à l'aube du XXIè siècle. Geneva: IUED 2001. (with W Pick) pp. 307-321.
  • The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. In: Grewal and C Kaplan (eds). Gender in a transnational world: introduction to women’s studies. McGraw Hill: New York August 2001. (with E Stein, J Kerin & W Byne, reprinted from Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13).
  • The origins of homosexuality: no genetic link to social change. In: JS Alper, C Ard, A Asch, J Beckwith, P Conrad, LN Geller (eds). The Double Edged Helix: Genetics in a Diverse Society, Johns Hopkins University Press 2002: 197-214. (with W Byne, M Lasco, J Drescher).
  • Bioethics. In: NJ Schmelser et al (eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences. Elsevier: Dordrecht 2001: 1195-1201. (Commissioned by P Pettit.)
  • Clinical Research in Developing Countries: Trials and Tribulations. In: M Parker, D Dickenson (eds). The Cambridge Medical Ethics Workbook. Cambridge University Press 2001: Cambridge: 110-112.
  • Sexual Positions: An Australian View. In: C Wood (ed). Sex in Australia. Hill of Content: Melbourne 2001; 33-45, 210-211. (with M Selgelid).
  • Organ Transplants and Xenotransplantation. In: R Chadwick (ed) The Concise Encyclopedia of New Technologies. Academic Press: San Diego 2001. 327-333. (with R Chadwick)
  • La Etica de la Clonacion Reproductiva Y Terapeutica. In: M Palacios (ed) Bioetica 2000. Ediciones Nobel: Oviedo. 199-212. (Spanish language publication with Ashcroft, R.)
  • Iwan Bloch. In: GE Haggerty et al. (eds.) Gay Histories and Cultures. Garland/Taylor&Francis: New York/London 2000. 126.
  • Schopenhauer, Arthur. In: GE Haggerty et al. (eds.) Gay Histories and Cultures. Garland/Taylor&Francis. New York/London 2000. 779.
  • Kant, Immanuel. In: GE Haggerty et al. (eds.) Gay Histories and Cultures. Garland/Taylor & Francis: New York/London 2000. 512.
  • Scientific Approaches to Homosexuality. In: GE Haggerty et al. (eds.) Gay Histories and Cultures. Garland/Taylor & Francis: New York/London 2000. 781-785 (with M Murrain)
  • Patient Access to Experimental Drugs and Clinical Trial Designs: Ethical Issues. In: H Kuhse and P Singer (eds.) Bioethics: An Anthology. Blackwell: Oxford, 1999: 441-448 (with C Hogan); reprinted from Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1996; 5: 400-409.
  • Ethically problematic research on non-pathological conditions. In: MGK. Menon et al (eds). Human Genome Research: Emerging Ethical, Legal, Social and Economic Issues. Allied Publ.: New Delhi 1999. 63-70.
  • The Ethics of Genetic Research on Sexual Orientation. In: J Arras and B Steinbock (eds.) Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine. 5th edition, 1998. 522-536 (with E Stein, J Kerin & W Byne); reprinted from Hastings Center Report 1997; 27(4): 6-13.
  • AIDS in the Developing World: Ethical Issues. In: P Singer & H Kuhse (Eds.) Companion to Bioethics. Blackwell: Oxford 1998. 355-365 (with S Gbadegesin, C del Rio, C Magis & V Chokevivat)
  • AIDS: Individual and 'Public' Interests. In: P Singer & H Kuhse (Eds.) Companion to Bioethics. Blackwell: Oxford 1998. 343-354
  • Organ transplantation. In: R Chadwick (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Academic Press: San Diego 1997; Vol. 3: 393-398. (With R. Chadwick)
  • AIDS, developing world. In: R Chadwick (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Academic Press: San Diego 1997; Vol. 1: 123-127. (With C del Rio, C Magis & V Chokevivat)
  • Sexual orientation. In: R Chadwick (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Academic Press: San Diego 1997; Vol. 4: 101-108. (With E Stein & J Kerin)
  • Homosexuality, societal attitudes toward. In: R Chadwick (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Academic Press: San Diego 1997; Vol. 2: 597-603. (With T Riley)
  • Christliche Kirchen und AIDS. In: E Dahl. (Ed) Die Lehre des Unheils. Carlsen Verlag, Hamburg 1993; 263-279, 309-312. (With D. Mertz)
  • Aktuelle Forschungen im angloamerikanischen Sprachraum: Naturwissenschaften und Philosophie. In: R. Lautmann. (Ed.) Homosexualität - Handbuch der Theorie- und Forschungsgeschichte. Campus Verlag: Frankfurt/M. and New York 1993; 307-317.
  • Schopenhauer, Arthur. In: W Dynes et al. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Homosexuality. Garland Publ.: New York and London 1990: 1158-1159.
Teaching
  • PHIL301, Bioethics
  • PHIL420, Ethical Issues: Bioethics
  • PHIL 820, Graduate Seminar: Bioethics