Lynette Reid, PhD
Lynette Reid is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Bioethics at Dalhousie University. She is the coordinator for ethics education for undergraduate and postgraduate medical students. Her primary responsibilities are for program development and evaluation, as well as coordinating the delivery of ethics education by our faculty.
Lynette completed a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, specializing in philosophy of language, ethics, and ancient philosophy. She completed postdoctoral work both in philosophy of language and in bioethics at Toronto and Dalhousie.
Publications & C.V.
Publications: Please refer to on-line CV
Downloadable CV (Adobe Acrobat file)
- Research ethics
- Interdsciplinary and developmental approaches to ethics education
- Medicine and social responsibily (duty to care in SARS)
- Ethics and the neurosciences
- History and conceptualization of somatic education
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