Jonathan D. Moreno

Jonathan D. Moreno is one of 16 Penn Integrates Knowledge university professors at the University of Pennsylvania, holding the David and Lyn Silfen chair.  He is also Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy, of History and Sociology of Science, and of Philosophy.

Moreno is a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress in Washington, DC.  In 2008-09 he served as a member of President Barack Obama’s transition team.  His work has been cited by Al Gore and was used in the development of the screenplay for “The Bourne Legacy.”  His online neuroethics course drew more than 36,000 registrants in 2013.  Moreno’s writings have been translated into Chinese, German, Japanese and Portugese. The American Journal of Bioethics has called him “the quietly most interesting bioethicist of our time.”

His most recent book, Impromptu Man: J.L. Moreno and the Origins of Psychodrama, Encounter Culture, and the Social Network, the life and times of his father the psychiatrist J.L. Moreno, was named a “#1 new release” by Amazon.com..



Jonathan D. Moreno | 24 Sep 2016 |
tags: clinical trial, cold war experiments, communism, east germany, research ethics
Big Pharma's tests in East Germany were ethical, investigations have shown. Why?

Jonathan D. Moreno | 10 Nov 2015 |
tags: 2016 US election, Ben Carson, bioethics
Hardly anyone mentions the neurosurgeon's extensive experience in the controversial field of bioethics.
 

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