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Latest revision: 2-1-15 Curriculum Vitae: ERIC THOMAS JUENGST 1. CONTACT INFORMATION UNC Center for Bioethics Tel: 919-962-4340 333 McNider Hall Fax: 919-962-2154 333. S. Columbia Road Email: [email protected] University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Web: http://bioethics.unc.edu Chapel Hill, NC 27599 2. EDUCATION 1985 Ph.D. (Philosophy of Medicine), Department of Philosophy, Georgetown University Dissertation: "The Concept of Genetic Disease and Theories of Medical Progress." Advisor: Tom L. Beauchamp, Ph.D. 1983 M.A. (Ethics), Department of Philosophy, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 1982 Visiting Graduate Student (History and Philosophy of Science), Department of Philosophy, The University of Maryland, College Park, MD 1978 B.S. (Biology) The University of the South, Sewanee, TN 3. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2010- Director, UNC Center for Bioethics 2010- Professor, Department of Social Medicine, School of Medicine 2010- Professor, Department of Genetics, School of Medicine 2011- Director, Clinical Research Ethics Core, NC Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute 2010-13 Faculty Associate, Carolina Center for Genome Sciences 2010- Faculty Associate, Center for Genetics and Society 2010- Faculty Associate, Center for AIDS Research 2010- Faculty Associate, NC Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute 2010- Resource Faculty, Department of Philosophy Case Western Reserve University 2010- Adjunct Professor of Bioethics, Department of Bioethics, School of Medicine 2006-2010 Professor of Bioethics, Department of Bioethics, School of Medicine 2004-2010 Director, Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law, Department of Bioethics
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E. Juengst 1994-2006 Associate Professor of Bioethics, Department of Bioethics, School of Medicine, Tenure awarded: 2002 1995-2010 Faculty Associate, Center for Human Genetics, School of Medicine 1995-2010 Faculty Associate, Ireland Cancer Center, School of Medicine 2006-2010 Faculty Associate, Center for Clinical Investigation, School of Medicine The National Institutes of Health 1993-94 Chief, Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI) Branch, The National Center for Human Genome Research (NCHGR) 1992-93 Acting Chief, ELSI Branch, NCHGR 1990-92 Program Director, Program on Ethical, Legal and Social Implications, Research Grants Branch, NCHGR The Pennsylvania State University 1988-90 Assistant Professor of Humanities (Philosophy), Department of Humanities, College of Medicine 1989-90 Faculty, Science, Technology and Society Program, College of Engineering 1988-90 Associate Faculty, The Graduate School The University of California, San Francisco 1987 Acting Chief, Division of Medical Ethics, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine 1984-87 Adjunct Lecturer - Adjunct Assistant Professor, UCSF Division of Medical Ethics The National Endowment for the Humanities 1980-84 Program Specialist, Program on the Humanities, Science and Technology, Division of Research Programs Georgetown University 1982.83 Lecturer, Department of Philosophy 4. HONORS a. Honorary and Visiting Appointments: 2013 Traub-Byfield Fellow, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, IL.
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