Michael S. Dauber graduated the New York University College of Global Public Health with an MA in Bioethics. He graduated Fordham University summa cum laude with a BA in Philosophy.
He is the founder and former editor-in-chief of Akadimia Filosofia, Fordham University’s undergraduate journal of philosophy.
He is a Visiting Scholar with Global Bioethics Initiative (GBI), a not-for-profit organization devoted to developing awareness of bioethical issues.
He has worked as a clinical ethicist for Northwell Health at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital. In his role as “Philosopher in Residence,” he completed clinical ethics consults and philosophical research on the nature of principilism, the canonical framework for discerning issues in medical ethics. He currently works as an Institutional Review Board Coordinator at Northwell Health.
He has published articles with the Center for Ethics Education at Fordham University, Social Justice Solutions, STAT News, Becker’s Hospital Review, Dialogue, and Akadimia Filosofia. He has published and presented in numerous topics in bioethics, including the impact of developments in psychology and neuroscience on ethics, ethical concepts in palliative care, principilism in medical ethics, the ethics of animal research, the ethics of human head transplantation, the Charlie Gard controversy, the value of non-human intelligent species, and the ethics of luxury medicine.