Lisa Laurine Fuller
- Assistant Professor, Philosophy. Advisor, Bioethics Minor
- Biomedical Ethics
- Global Justice
- Ethics, Applied and Theoretical
- Feminist Philosophy
- Philosophy of Law
- Political Philosophy
My areas of research interest are global justice, bioethics and feminism. I have worked closely with Doctors Without Borders-Holland on the ethical and policy implications of humanitarian aid. Much of my work has focused on questions of priority-setting for international nongovernmental organizations as well as their ethical obligations to their beneficiaries and donors more generally. In other work, I investigate the relationships between gender oppression and global economic inequality as well as issues in nonideal theory. I have recently taken an interest in the theory and practice of clinical ethics consultation. I received training in ethics consulting at the Cleveland Clinic and now serve on the Ethics Committee of the Department of Developmental Services for Northeast Massachusetts. I have published in journals including the Journal of Moral Philosophy, Developing World Bioethics, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice and American Journal of Bioethics.
- Ph.D. Philosophy University of Toronto
- M.A. Philosophy University of British Columbia
- B.A. Philosophy and Classical Civilizations University of Toronto
- Ethics Consulting
- Healthcare Ethics
- Ideal and Nonideal Theory
- Medical Humanitarianism
With Eves, M. “Incarcerated Patients and Equitability: The Ethical Obligation to Treat Them Differently,” Journal of Clinical Ethics (Winter 2017).
“Policy, Advocacy and Activism: On Bioethicists’ Role in Combating Racism,” American Journal of Bioethics 16, 4 (2016), pp. 29-31.
“International NGO Health Programs in a Non-Ideal World: Imperialism, Respect and Procedural Justice,” in J. Millum and E. Emanuel (eds.) Global Justice and Bioethics. (Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 213-240.