Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics

Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics

About This Fellowship

The Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics (CFAB) is a two-year, full-time program designed to prepare graduates to become leaders in Bioethics in health care settings, academic institutions, and professional or government agencies.

The fellowship's 10-year history makes it one of the most established continuous clinical ethics training programs in the US. Having trained more than 20 bioethicists, former fellows can be found leading programs across the country, contributing to bioethics literature and innovating the field.  This two-year fellowship draws on the robust Cleveland bioethics community and major medical centers, encompassing comprehensive clinical ethics consultation experience, focused scholarly activities in fellows' respective areas of interest, providing ethics education, participating in organizational service activities including ethics committee service, and the development of leadership and professionalism skills including ethics program development. Completion of program requirements will prepare fellows for careers primarily in the clinical setting as independent ethics consultants, but also in academic environments.

Applications will be considered from professionals with terminal post-graduate degrees (MD, JD, PhD) in medicine, philosophy, nursing, social work, religious studies, law, or other fields related to the practice of clinical and academic bioethics.  Priority will be given to applicants with strong potential for leadership in the field and who will most benefit from the rich clinical environment this program offers. Completed applications must be submitted by November 1 and the starting date for the fellowship is July 1 of each year. Application guidelines are found near the bottom of this page.

Fellowship Design

CFAB represents an educational partnership among five premier institutions in Cleveland: Cleveland Clinic Health System, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), MetroHealth Medical Center, University Hospitals of Cleveland, and the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center. Through a solid history of collaborative scholarship and working together to provide educational opportunities for colleagues at area hospitals and universities, these institutions have cemented the relationships that ensure fellows access to broad resources in the field. Each partner organization offers the following:

  • Cleveland Clinic's Department of Bioethics, one of the oldest and most well-established departments of its kind in the country, serves as the organizational home for the program. Approximately 600 ethics consults are done annually within the Cleveland Clinic Health System.
  • The CWRU Department of Bioethics has world-renowned faculty, rich graduate and undergraduate bioethics programs, and strong collaborative relationships with bioethics centers in other countries.
  • University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, which also has an extremely active ethics consultation service, offers a broad array of training experiences both on the Main Campus and through its relationships with Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, community hospitals, nursing homes, and rehabilitation facilities.
  • MetroHealth Medical Center’s Center for Biomedical Ethics provides education, service and research regarding the ethical dimensions of the delivery and practice of health care in support of Cuyahoga County's primary safety-net hospital. MetroHealth also supports a level 1 trauma center and Cleveland’s only dedicated burn care unit.
  • Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center provides health services and education for Northeast Ohio veterans.

Curriculum

Program Description
The CFAB program is designed to train the next generation of highly skilled bioethicists whose expertise is well-grounded in the clinical environment. This full-time two-year program ensures a strong foundation in clinical, scholarly and institutional components of the bioethics profession while advancing fellows' individual interests and career goals. Requirements for graduation from the program include completion of the CFAB curriculum, ethics consultation training, an empirical or conceptual research contribution, and involvement in a community engagement initiative. In conjunction with an advisor, each fellow develops a two-year program plan encompassing core elements and additional activities that will support the fellow’s individual career goals. CFAB offers faculty expertise and the resources of multiple health care organizations in Cleveland to support each fellow’s ability to contribute to the field of Bioethics.

Components of the CFAB Fellowship

Core Components

  • Engaging in advanced study of key issues in Bioethics
  • Observing and conducting clinical ethics consultation, encompassing a minimum of 16 weeks of clinical ethics consultation service each year over the two years of fellowship
  • Participating in departmental bioethics activities at affiliated institutions
  • Completing a scholarly project
  • Submitting at least one manuscript for publication
  • Presenting research at works-in-progress meetings
  • Participating in CFAB seminar series and journal club
  • Developing and presenting formal lectures
  • Submitting abstracts for presentation at conferences
  • Completing a community engagement initiative

Overall Goals

  • Comprehensive knowledge of key bioethics topics
  • Proficiency or expertise in clinical ethics consultation
  • Skills in locating and critically reading bioethics literature
  • Experience in presenting and discussing core concepts in clinically-grounded bioethics at a post-graduate level
  • Acquisition of professional skills for academic achievement in the field of bioethics, including research, leadership opportunities, CV development, and career building

Orientation

First-year fellows’ orientation to the medical environment and healthcare literacy occurs beginning in late June (required hospital orientation) and continuing through the first summer/fall. Orientation topics include:

  • Hospital ward basics
  • Introduction to ethics consultation
  • Common consult case types; ICU issues
  • Teaching/Learning Seminar series
  • Research Team Meetings
  • Rotations at partner institutions (VA, Metro, UH)
  • Introduction to key issues in clinical ethics
    • Scope of practice of the bioethics consultant
    • Defining ethical issues during consultation
    • Futility, unwarranted treatments; unilateral decision-making by medical staff
    • Withholding medically provided nutrition/hydration
    • Surrogate decision-making
    • Assessing capacity
    • Institutional policies on informed consent and resuscitation
    • Review of ASBH Core Competencies

Clinical Ethics Consultation Training

  • Initiation to the practice of ethics consultation through observing and shadowing faculty begins during the first month of fellowship, and provides mentorship to achieve increasing independence and accountability as the two-year program progresses.
  • Participation in on-call ethics consultation services at affiliated institutions begins during the first year, introducing fellows to consultation in different medical environments.
  • Maintenance of an individual’s consultation portfolio supports professional growth and prepares the fellow for employment opportunities after completion of the fellowship.

Curriculum Design

Tuesday afternoons are protected for elements of education modules and fellow-faculty mentoring. Session related to each topic area include a didactic seminar, a journal club, an in-depth analysis of a case from our consult service, and an archetypal case review designed to study a foundational case that undergirds current thinking, all related to the specific topic area. Certain areas also lend themselves to practical skill-building opportunities, such as leading family meetings, holding difficult conversations, or teaching interdisciplinary audiences.

Topics of Areas Include but are not Limited to:

  1. End of life issues
  2. Informed consent and capacity
  3. Research ethics
  4. Public Health Ethics
  5. Disparities, Access to Care, and Health Care System
  6. Organ transplantation
  7. Reproductive ethics
  8. Pediatric ethics
  9. Neuroethics
  10. Genetics and nhancement
  11. Religion, culture and ethics

Core Skills in Bioethics Career Development

  • Educational offerings in research methods and professional advancement skills support achievement of fellows’ career goals. Topics include:
    • Research methods
    • Publication skills
    • Grant writing
    • Career development
    • Collaborative writing
    • Local/national service
    • Leadership development

Supplemental Coursework

Supplemental coursework on a variety of clinical and research topics is available through CWRU and the Cleveland Clinic at reduced or no cost to fellows.

Community Engagement:

CFAB faculty recognize that the public sector receives information about bioethical complexities from a number of sources, many of which lack a firm grounding in the realities of medical practice or ethical theory. For this reason, CFAB fellows help local community members learn about important issues in bioethics through engagement in educational offerings. In general, CFAB Community Engagement initiatives target and encourage dialogue with various constituencies such as community organizations, health care professionals practicing outside of the collaborating CFAB institutions, students, government officials, religious groups, or businesses.

Stipends

Fellows receive a stipend, health benefits, and travel funds for use at an annual bioethics conference of the fellow’s choice. Health insurance is provided through the Cleveland Clinic health system at no additional cost. Funds are not provided for relocation expenses.

Current and Former Fellows

Class of 2017-2018

Jordan Potter, PhD

PHD, Healthcare Ethics, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
MA, Philosophy, University of Missouri, Saint Louis, Missouri, 2014
BA, Philosophy, Greenville College: Greenville, Illinois, 2012

Class of 2016-2018

Robert Michael Guerin, PhD

PhD, Philosophy, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
Visiting PhD, Philosophy, University of Munich, Munich, Germany
BA, Philosophy, Duquesne University , Pittsburgh, PA

Hilary Mabel, JD

JD, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA
BA, Religion and English, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Class of 2015-2016

Johan Bester, MB, ChB

2016 - Assistant Staff, Department of Bioethics, Cleveland

MB, ChB, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa
M, Phil, Applied Ethics, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa
PhD candidate, Applied Ethics, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa

Class of 2014-2016

Bryn Esplin, JD

JD, William S. Boyd School of Law, Las Vegas, Nevada
BA, Rhetoric & Philosophy of Mind, University of California, Berkeley

Bryan Kibbe, PhD

2016 - Clinical Ethicist, WellStar Health System, Atlanta, GA

PhD, Philosophy, Loyola University, Chicago, IL
BA, Media Production and Philosophy, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI

Class of 2013-2015

Laurel Hyle, JD, MPH

2014 - Associate General Counsel, Tulane University Medical Center

JD, University of Houston Law Center, Houston, TX
MPH, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Public Health, Houston, TX
BS, Sociology, University of Houston, Houston, TX
(Participated)

Patricia Mayer, MD, MS

2015 - Director of Clinical Ethics, Cleveland Clinic Weston, Florida

M.D., University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson, AZ
MS, Bioethics, Union College/Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY
BS, Biology, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL

Class of 2012-2014

Cristie Cole, JD

2014 - Cleveland Clinic Health System Regional Bioethicist (East), Associate Staff, Dept. of Bioethics, Cleveland Clinic

JD, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, Tucson, AZ
BA, Biology and Society (Health and Society Theme), Law and Society Concentration, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Lauren Flicker, JD

2013 - Assistant Director of the Einstein-Cardozo Master's program in Bioethics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York

JD, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA
MBE, Bioethics, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
BA, Law & Society, Theater, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
(Participated)

Class of 2011-2013

Jalayne Arias, JD

CV and Biosketch

2016 - Assistant Adjunct Professor at UCSF
2013 - Associate Staff, Department of Bioethics, Cleveland Clinic Associate Director, Neuro Ethics Program

JD, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
BA, International Studies (Political Science Emphasis), Pepperdine University, Seaver College, Malibu, CA

Danielle Wenner, PhD

2015 - Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy and Center for Ethics and Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
2013 - Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

PhD, Philosophy, Rice University, Houston, TX
MA, Philosophy, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
BA, Philosophy, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

Class of 2010-2012

Joshua Crites, PhD

2015 - Cleveland Clinic Health System Regional Bioethicist (West)
2012 - Assistant Professor, Dept. of Humanities, Penn State College of Medicine, Hershey, PA

PhD, Philosophy, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
MA, Philosophy, Kent State University, Kent, OH
BA, Philosophy, Kent State University, Kent, OH

Thomas Harter, PhD

2016 - Director of the Center for Bioethics, Humanities and Advance Care Planning, Gundersen Medical Foundation
2012 - Associate Clinical Ethicist, Gundersen Lutheran Medical Foundation,La Crosse, WI

PhD, Philosophy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
MA, Philosophy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
BA, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Radford University, Radford, VA

Olubukunola Mary Tawose, JD

2015 - Clinical Ethicist, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH
2012 - Staff Clinical Ethicist at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC

JD, St. Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, MO
Health Care Ethics Certificate, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
BA, History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science and Medicine, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
JD, St. Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, MOHealth Care Ethics Certificate, St. Louis University, St. Louis,
MOBA, History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science and Medicine, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Class of 2009-2011

Valarie Blake, JD

2015 - Associate Professor of Law, West Virginia University College of Law, Fall 2015
2013 - Assistant Professor of Law, Duquesne University School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA
2011 - Senior Research Associate in Ethics Standards, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL

JD, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA
BS, Neuroscience, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

Laura Buccini, PhD

2012 - Associate Staff, Cleveland Clinic Digestive Disease and Surgery Institute and Transplant Center

DPH, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, Australia
Graduate Certificate of Bioethics, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
MPH, Behavioral Health Science, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
BA, Psychology, Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN
(Participated)

E. Charlisse Caga-Anan, JD

2013 - Health Sciences Specialist, Host Susceptibility Factors Branch, Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program, Division of Cancer Control and Population Services, National Cancer Institute
2011 - Fellow, Ctr. for Genetic Research Ethics & Law, Case Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH

JD, University of Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, MN
BA, English, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Class of 2008-2010

Courtenay Bruce, JD

2012 - Director of the Methodist Hospital Ethics Program at the Texas Medical Center
2011 - Assistant Professor Center for Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

MA, Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
JD, University of Houston Law Center, Houston, TX
BA, Political Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Barbara Chubak, MD

2010 - Resident in Urology at Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY

MA, Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
M.D., Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
MA, Johns Hopkins Institute for the History of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
BA, History, Columbia University, New York, NY

Monica Gerrek, PhD

2013 - Clinical Bioethicist/Educator, Summa Health System, Akron, OH
2011 - Director of Ethics Education and Co-Director of Institute of Burn Ethics, MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, OH
Senior Research Associate, Department of Bioethics, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University

PhD, Philosophy, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
MA, Philosophy, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
BS, Business Administration, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH

Class of 2007-2009

Hafzah Mueenuddin, JD

MA, Master of Arts in Bioethics
JD, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, OH
BS, Biology, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

Margot Eves, JD

2015 - Director, Clinical Ethics Immersion Program, Staff, Dept. of Bioethics, Cleveland Clinic
2012- Director of Regional Clinical Ethics Program (West), Associate Staff, Department of Bioethics, Cleveland Clinic
2011 - Cleveland Clinic Health System Regional Bioethicist (West), Associate Staff, Dept. of Bioethics, Cleveland Clinic
2009 - Fellow, Clinical Ethics, Southern & Central Illinois Advisory Group for Ethics, Memorial Medical Center

MA, Master of Arts in Bioethics
JD, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ
MA, Health Advocacy - Sarah Lawrence College
BA, Health and Exercise Science - Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC

Jason Gatliff, PhD

2009 - Integrated Ethics Program Officer, Louis Stokes VA Medical Center, Cleveland, OH
2009 - Director of Ethics Consultation, MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, OH

PhD, Applied Philosophy, Bowling Green State University
MA, Philosophy, Texas A&M University
MA, History, Boise State University
BA, Philosophy, Boise State University

Executive Committee

Kathryn Weise, MD, MA

Program Director, Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics
Staff, Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Institute
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Lerner College of Medicine of CWRU
Adjunct Faculty, Case Western Reserve University Department of Bioethics
Interests: Pediatric Critical Care; Pediatric Ethics; Professional Ethics; Pediatric Palliative Medicine


Murray Altose, MD

Chief of Staff, Louis Stokes Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Professor of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University
Interests: Health care quality improvement and systems redesign


Mark Aulisio, PhD

Director, Center for Biomedical Ethics, MetroHealth Medical Center
Director, MA Program in Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University
Associate Professor of Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University
Interests: Intersection of Political Philosophy and Bioethics; Ethics Consultation; Principle of Double Effect; Organ Donation


Barbara Daly, RN, PhD, FAAN

Director of Clinical Ethics, University Hospitals Case Medical Center
Professor of Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University
Professor of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University
Professor of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University
Interests: Clinical Ethics Consultation; End of life Decision Making and Treatment Limitation; Healthcare Allocation Issues


Paul Ford, PhD

Interim Chair, Department of Bioethics
Director, NeuroEthics Program, Cleveland Clinic
Interests: Bioethics, Clinical Ethics Consultation, NeuroEthics


Aaron Goldenberg, PhD

Associate Professor of Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University
Associate Director Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law, Case Western Reserve University
Director of Bioethics Master's Degree Program, Case Western Reserve University
Director of Research, Case Western Reserve University
Interests: Ethical Issues of Human Genetics, Public Health Ethics, Health Disparities, Ethics of Newborn Screening, Use of Stored Biological Samples for Research


Susannah Rose, PhD

Scientific Director of Research, Office of Patient Experience
Professional Staff, Cleveland Clinic
Bioethics Department, Taussig Cancer Institute, Medicine institute
Assistant Professor, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University
Interests: Bioethics & Health Policy, Clinical Ethics Consultation, Healthcare Transparency, Conflicts of Interest, End-of-Life Care


Lean More
See below for the application process. If you are interested in learning more about the Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics, please contact:

Erica Coleman
CFAB Program Coordinator
Cleveland Clinic
9500 Euclid Avenue - JJ60
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216.445.2739
Email: colemae3@ccf.org

Kathryn L. Weise, MD, M.A.
CFAB Program Director
Cleveland Clinic
9500 Euclid Avenue - JJ60
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216.444.8720
Email: weisek@ccf.org

Application Process

To apply, candidates must submit the following by November 1:

  1. A cover letter explaining your qualifications for this fellowship with a statement of your objectives.
  2. A current curriculum vitae including education and/or activities pertaining to bioethics.
  3. Three letters of recommendation, at least one commenting on your abilities as an adult learner (submitted directly)
  4. One to three examples of scholarly written work

Priority will be given to applicants with strong potential for leadership in the field and who will most benefit from the rich clinical environment this program offers.

Applications will not be considered until all materials are received. If you are accepted into the program, further documentation will be required including transcripts. Please send materials electronically (electronic applications are preferred) or in hard copy to:

Erica Coleman

Fellowship Coordinator
Department of Bioethics
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
9500 Euclid Ave., JJ-60
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216.445.2739
Email: colemae3@ccf.org

Non-smoking hiring policy
To take further steps in preserving and improving the health of all its employees and patients, Cleveland Clinic has implemented a nonsmoking hiring policy requiring all job applicants and individuals receiving appointments to take a cotinine test during their pre-placement physical exam. This is a pre-employment test only. The cotinine test will detect the presence of nicotine in all forms of tobacco. Anyone testing positive will have their employment offer rescinded and receive a referral to a tobacco cessation program paid for by Cleveland Clinic.

Transplant Ethics Fellowship

Transplant Ethics Fellowship

Cleveland Clinic's Fellowship in Transplant Ethics was established in 2013. Cleveland Clinic is an ideal environment for the study of ethics in transplantation, given its history of promoting advances in medicine and surgery, as well as its high volume of successful liver, kidney, intestinal, lung, bone marrow, and heart transplants.

Full details about this fellowship are provided below.

About this Fellowship

Cleveland Clinic's Fellowship in Transplant Ethics was established in 2013. Cleveland Clinic is an ideal environment for the study of ethics in transplantation, given its history of promoting advances in medicine and surgery, as well as its high volume of successful liver, kidney, intestinal, lung, bone marrow, and heart transplants.

Training requires a one-year commitment with a possibility of a second year depending on performance and other considerations. Fellows focus on scholarly activities in combination with clinical involvement in ethical issues surrounding organ donation and transplantation. In addition, transplant ethics fellows will benefit from sharing educational opportunities with those engaged in the Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics, as described above.

Applications will be considered from professionals with terminal post-graduate degrees in a field related to the practice of clinical or academic Bioethics, such as medicine, philosophy, nursing, social work, religious studies, and law. Priority will be given to applicants with strong potential for leadership in the field and those who will most benefit from the rich clinical environment this program offers.

Completed applications must be submitted by November 1 for training beginning on July 1 of the following year.

Current and Former Fellows

Current Fellow

Mahwish Ahmad, MD,MPH
MD, Fatima Jinnah Medical College, Pakistan
MPH, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York

Former Fellows

David Shafran, MD
BA, Greek Classical Literature, University of Michigan
MA, Bioethics, Case Western Reserve University
MD, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv, Israel

Jed Adam Gross, JD
BA, History and Sociology, University of Pennsylvania
MA, History of Science & Medicine, Yale University
JD, Yale Law School MPhil, History, Yale University

Executive Committee

The program director is Kathryn Weise, MD, MA, who also directs the Cleveland Fellowship in Advanced Bioethics. The steering committee includes David Goldfarb, MD., Director of the Renal Transplant Program; Charles Miller, MD., Director of the Liver Transplant Program; Martin L. Smith, STD, Director of Clinical Ethics; and Eric Kodish MD, Chair of the Center for Ethics, Humanities, and Spiritual Care.

Application Process

To apply, candidates must submit the following by November 1:

  1. A cover letter explaining your qualifications for this fellowship with a statement of your objectives.
  2. A current curriculum vitae including education and/or activities pertaining to bioethics.
  3. Three letters of recommendation, at least one commenting on your abilities as an adult learner (submitted directly)
  4. One to three examples of scholarly written work related to bioethics.

Priority will be given to applicants with strong potential for leadership in the field and who will most benefit from the rich clinical environment this program offers.

Applications will not be considered until all materials are received. If you are accepted into the program, further documentation will be required including transcripts. Please send materials electronically (electronic applications are preferred) or in hard copy to:

Erica Coleman

Fellowship Coordinator
Department of Bioethics
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
9500 Euclid Ave., JJ-60
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216.445.2739
Email: colemae3@ccf.org

Non-smoking hiring policy

Non-smoking hiring policy To take further steps in preserving and improving the health of all its employees and patients, Cleveland Clinic has implemented a nonsmoking hiring policy requiring all job applicants and individuals receiving appointments to take a cotinine test during their pre-placement physical exam. This is a pre-employment test only. The cotinine test will detect the presence of nicotine in all forms of tobacco. Anyone testing positive will have their employment offer rescinded and receive a referral to a tobacco cessation program paid for by Cleveland Clinic

Learn More

If you are interested in learning more or applying as a candidate for the Transplant Ethics Fellowship, please contact:

Erica Coleman
Fellowship Coordinator
Department of Bioethics
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
9500 Euclid Ave., JJ-60
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216.445.2739
Email: colemae3@ccf.org

or

Kathryn L. Weise, MD, M.A.
CFAB Program Director
Cleveland Clinic
9500 Euclid Avenue - JJ60
Cleveland, OH 44195
Phone: 216.444.8720
Email: weisek@ccf.org