Human Genome Project
Tim G. Hales
Assistant Professor of
Hales is among the top up-and-coming scientists who will push the boundaries of
understanding of the building blocks of life and treatments of disease through
genetics. He is studying the biological mechanism that governs the effect of
both anesthetics and addictive narcotics.
University Professor of Humanities
A leading scholar on medical ethics, Dr.
Schaffner. s recent writings on the topic have been featured in the publications
"Philosophy of Science," "Theroretical Medicine" and "Bioethics and Behavioral
Genetics: The Clash of Culture and Biology."
Office: (202) 994-0338
Professor of Religion
Professor Yeide has played a
major role in the establishment of various interdisciplinary study programs
including most recently in the fields of bio-ethics and peace studies. He has
written a number of articles on religion and ethics and has recently published a
book on classical Pietism.
Office: (202) 994-3967
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Last updated September 22, 1999