Dr. James DuBois is the Steven J. Bander Professor of Medical Ethics and Professionalism, Professor of Psychology, and Director of the Bioethics Research Center in the Division of General Medical Sciences in the Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. DuBois is the founding Editor (with Ana Iltis) of Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics: A Journal of Qualitative Research, published by Johns Hopkins University Press. He completed his PhD at the International Academy of Philosophy in Liechtenstein and his DSc in psychology at the University of Vienna. He is Board Certified Coach specialized in career coaching for researchers.
Dr. Alison Antes is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Medical Sciences and Assistant Director of the Bioethics Research Center at Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM). She is an industrial-organizational psychologist with expertise in ethical decision-making, leadership, and research integrity. Her research focuses on responsible conduct in research and leadership in research. Dr. Antes teaches in the areas of research ethics, ethics in biostatistics, and leadership. She completed her PhD at the University of Oklahoma.
Jillon S. Vander Wal, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist, Professor of Psychology, and Director of Clinical Training in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Training Program at Saint Louis University. As Director of the Eating and Weight Studies Lab at Saint Louis University, she conducts research in the areas of disordered eating, obesity, and health behavior. Dr. Vander Wal’s clinical areas of expertise include the evidence-based treatment of various forms of psychopathology, particularly disorders of eating, depression, and anxiety. She completed her PhD at the University of Missouri—Columbia.
Steve Mennerick, Ph.D. is Professor of Neuroscience in the Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine. His laboratory research is focused on the alteration of neuronal communication in disease and its restoration with pharmacological treatment. Dr. Mennerick completed his Ph.D. in neuroscience at Washington University and did postdoctoral work in biophysics at Stony Brook University. He has authored over 150 scientific papers. He serves as Vice Chair for research for the Department of Psychiatry and has administrative and service roles in graduate education, curriculum, and professional development.