Faculty Service

CBHS faculty provide ongoing service to Wake Forest University entities as well as other local, state, national and international entities involved in ethical decision-making regarding patient care, research, and health policy.

Mollie Rose Canzona, PhD

Professor Canzona has serves on various Wake Forest Committees and Groups to include:  Community Wellbeing Strategic Framing Working Group; Member, Research Advisory Council; Steering Committee, Disabilities Studies Initiative; Member, Sexual Health Working Group; Director, Health, Environmental, and Risk Communication Concentration; Co-Director, Committee on Narrative; Sole Faculty Advisor, Take the Fight to Cancer, Student Organization; Graduate Committee, Department of Communication.  She is also a review for multiple journals and hold professional memberships with National Communication Association (NCA), American Psychosocial Oncology Society (APOS), and Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM).

Nicholas Colgrove, PhD

Dr. Colgrove is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board, HEC Forum, appointment beginning in January 2023.  He is also a member of the Editorial Advisory Board, The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, is a reviewer for several journals including  the Journal of Medical Ethics, The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, Christian Bioethics, The Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Analysis, Philosophy, HealthCare Ethics Committee Forum (HEC Forum) and The Journal of Value Inquiry.  Dr. Colgrove is a writing tutor for Graduate Students, Wake Forest University, Center for Bioethics, Health, & Society.

Christine Coughlin, JD

Christine Nero Coughlin, JD

Professor Coughlin’s service areas include:  Board Chair and Executive Director, Foundation for Prosecutorial Accountability; ALWD Scholars Forum Committee; Sirico Writing Workshop Facilitator; LWI, Pro Bono Project Committee; Secretary & Board Member, Hirsch Wellness Network; Board Member, Wake Forest Career Development for Emerging Women Leaders; Board Member, AbolitionNC; Co-Chair, Service Committee, Association of Legal Writing Directors; Legal Counsel, Moses H. Cone Hospital Investigational Review Board; Wake Forest University Women’s Forum; Guilford Education Alliance Leadership Academy; Barrister, Guilford County Inn of Court; and Legal Counsel, Guilford County Coalition on Infant Mortality.  Professor Coughlin is also a member of the following professional organizations:  Association of Legal Writing Directors; Legal Writing Institute; American Health Lawyers Association; American Society of Bioethics and Humanities; American Bar Association; and the North Carolina Bar Association.

Christina Marsh Dalton, PhD

Professor Dalton is an expert in how markets are organized to provide health care services. She regularly speaks with public audiences and the media on issues of health care markets, health insurance, and consumer decision-making. Professor Dalton is the founder of the North Carolina Health Economics Colloquium, a forum to promote active discussion and exchange of current research at the intersection of microeconomics and health economics and policy in the North Carolina region. She is recently active in issues of health insurance incentives and how local market conditions influence health care delivery.

Mark A. Hall, JD

Mark Hall

Professor Hall advises state policy makers in NC regarding possible expansion of Medicaid and he advises federal officials about proposals to avoid “surprise” medical bills.  He participates in National Academy of Medicine activities relating to health policy and ethics and also reviews grant proposals for Agency for Healthcare Policy and Research.  Professor Hall is on the Community Advisory Board for WFDD, public radio station in Winston Salem, NC and is a Big-Brothers, Big-Sisters volunteer.

Michael J. Hyde, Ph.D.

Michael Hyde, PhD

Dr. Hyde is a distinguished scholar of the National Communication Association, a fellow of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, and a recipient of national,
state, and university research grants for his work in “the rhetoric of medicine.” He has served as a consultant to private industry, universities and colleges, management organizations, and national publishing houses. . He is co-producer and co-writer of the documentary film Five Minutes (an
animated film on Wounded Warriors and the Science of Regenerative Medicine, 2019).

Ana S. Iltis, PhD

Ana Smith Iltis, PhD

Dr. Iltis is a Immediate Past President, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities; Founding Co-Editor, Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics, Johns Hopkins University Press; Member of the Editorial Board, The Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics; Senior Associate Editor, The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, Oxford University Press; Co-Editor, The Annals of Bioethics (book series); Assistant Editor, Christian Bioethics, Oxford University press.  Additionally, Dr. Iltis is a Member, Data Safety Monitoring Board, RECOVER-CT, NHLBI; Member, Data Safety Monitoring Board, Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network NIDDK; and DSMB/OSMB for Rare Kidney Stone Consortium (RKSC).  She also serves as a referee for numerous journals, and hold professional society memberships in the American Philosophical Association; American Society for Bioethics and Humanities; American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics; Association of Bioethics Program Directors; and Association for Practical and Professional Ethics.

Kevin Jung

Kevin Jung, PhD

Professor Jung is a manuscript/grant proposal referee for Journal of Religious Ethics; Studies in Christian Ethics; and Theological Studies.  Additionally, he is on the Editorial Board, Journal of Religious Ethics and Advisory Board, Blackwell Companion to Religious Ethics.  Professor Jung is also the Co-founding Leader, Asian, Pacific Islands, and Desai Americans (APIDA) Affinity Group, Wake Forest University.  He serves on University Priorities Committee, Wake Forest University and the Curricular and Academic Policy Committee, School of Divinity.

Adam Kadlac, Ph.D

Dr. Kadlac serves on numerous committees/boards at Wake Forest University to include: Promotion Committee for Teaching Faculty; Online Education Committee; Lower Division Student Adviser; Social Media Coordinator, Department of Philosophy; Faculty Advisor for Philomathesian Society, 2021-2022.  Additionally, he is a referee for the following:  American Journal of Bioethics, American Philosophical Quarterly, Australasian, Journal of Philosophy, Constellations, Ergo, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Journal of the American Philosophical Association, The Journal of Applied Philosophy, The Journal of Clinical Ethics, The Journal of Ethics, Journal of Philosophical Research, Journal of Social Philosophy, The Journal of Value Inquiry, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, Philosophical Papers, Social Theory and Practice, Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, Oxford University Press, Routledge.  

Nancy M.P. King, JD

Professor King is a member of the Advisory Board, Institute of Ethics, Dublin City University; Member, Board of Directors, Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs (AAHRPP), 2021-2023; Member, Editorial Board, Gene Therapy, term beginning 2020; Member, Digital Communications Governance Committee, WFBMC, term beginning 2021; Member, NCORP DSMB, formerly Cancer Center DSMB, WFBMC, term beginning 2019.  Additional Professor King holds professional memberships and service in the following:  North Carolina Society of Health Care Attorneys American Health Lawyers’ Association; American Society of Bioethics and Humanities; Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R)
Health Law Professors Section, American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics; European Society for the Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare.

Gerardo Maradiaga, MA

Gerardo is involved in undergraduate and graduate medical education with the Wake Forest School of Medicine, serves on the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (WFBMC) Institutional Review Board, and serves as the lead clinical ethics consultant with the WFBMC Clinical Ethics Consultation Service. He co-directs the Medicine and Patients in Society (MAPS) course, a course that explores ethical, professional, social issues in medicine with first and second-year medical students. He has been involved in various bioethics initiatives aimed at improving awareness of advance care planning in the community. He also performs with and serves as the Executive Director of the Triad Area Medical Orchestra (TAMO), a local orchestra composed of medical professionals, including students, from across the Piedmont Triad (Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem) that aims to connect diverse medical professionals with members of the community.

John Moskop, PhD

Dr. Moskop serves on several committees and boards to include:  Clinical Ethics Network of North Carolina (Member, Executive Committee Director); Academy for Professionalism in Health Care; Compassion and Choices Member, Dementia Advisory Panel; Arbor Acres Retirement Community Ethics Committee; North Carolina Serious Illness Coalition.  Dr. Moskop also serves only Atrium Wake Forest Baptist committees: Clinical Ethics Committee (Chair); Mortality Review Committee; Schwartz Rounds Steering Committee; COVID Subcommittee, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee as well as the Department of Internal Medicine General Internal Medicine Research Committee.

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