Katrina Bramstedt, Ph.D. is currently Clinical Ethicist in the Medicine and Human Value department, division of transplant ethics, at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. Prior to this position, she was a a bioethicist at the Cleveland Clinic. She has also been an ethicist on the staff of Loma Linda University, and the University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine. She is a member of numerous clinical ethics consulting committees and has lectured widely on the subject of medical ethics. Ms. Bramstedt is currently Chair of NATCO Ethics Committee and is a member of numerous professional industry organizations related to medical ethics and transplantation. She has published extensively on the subject of medical ethics.
Albert Jonsen, Ph.D. the co-author of this title, is the Co-Director of the Program in Medicine and Human Values at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco and has more than fifty years of experience in the field. From 1969 to 1972, Dr. Jonsen was President of the University of San Francisco.