February 28, 2022

PBS documentary features Keisha Ray

Keisha Ray, PhD, was featured in the recently-aired documentary, Augmented. The episode is part of the PBS series, Nova, and looked at new technology used to create brain-controlled robotic limbs. Trailer, Augmented The complete episode may be viewed via PBS.org.


January 19, 2022

Keisha Ray quoted in Wired about climate change and social determinants of health

Keisha Ray, PhD, was interviewed for a Wired article entitled, “Your Medical History Might Someday Include ‘Climate Change.’” In the piece, Ray responds to a reported account of a physician who noted in a patient’s medical chart that the underlying…


November 19, 2021

Keisha Ray discusses healthcare disparities on ABC 13 News

Local ABC affiliate, Channel 13 News, aired a segment about a recent Commonwealth Fund study that highlights racial and ethnic health disparities across the country. The study includes a scorecard for all 50 states, and the overall health system performance…


May 19, 2021

Rolling Stone interviews Keisha Ray about vaccine incentives

A recent piece by Elizabeth Yuko of Rolling Stone included an interview with Keisha Ray, PhD, about incentives offered to those getting COVID-19 vaccines. The article discusses recent state incentives, including Ohio Governor Mike DeWine launching a $1 million lottery—”Ohio-Vax-a-Million”—for…


February 18, 2021

Vox interview with Keisha Ray focuses on efforts to convince people of color to get COVID-19 vaccinations

A recent interview by Sigal Samuel of Vox featured Keisha Ray, PhD in a conversation about vaccinating people of color for COVID-19. Ray notes “it’s a moral obligation” to get vaccinated against COVID-19, but discusses hesitancy among members of BIPOC…


November 5, 2020

McGovern Medical School shines spotlight on Rebecca Lunstroth

Rebecca Lunstroth, JD, associate professor and associate director of the McGovern Center, was featured recently in Spotlight. Developed by Richard Andrassy, MD, executive dean ad interim, Spotlight is a bimonthly publication showcasing members of McGovern Medical School. In this issue,…


October 28, 2020

Thomas Cole, Old Man Country featured in podcast

Journalist Susan Flory created The Big Middle, a podcast featuring “spirited conversations about living healthy longer, aging differently.” In the October 22 episode, Flory spoke with Thomas Cole, PhD, about aging, the fourth age, and his book Old Man Country.


August 28, 2020

Podcasts feature Keisha Ray as special guest

Keisha Ray, PhD, was recently interviewed for two podcasts, The Ethicist’s Corner and Flash Forward. The latest episode of The Ethicist’s Corner, “On Black Bioethics and Racial Disparities in Health,” featured talk about bioethics and black bioethics, how Ray defines…


August 5, 2020

Nathan Carlin’s latest book discussed on New Books Network

In a recent podcast on New Books Network, Nathan Carlin, PhD, discussed with Claire Clark, PhD, MPH, his 2019 book Pastoral Aesthetics: A Theological Perspective on Principlist Bioethics. In the text, Carlin revisits The Principles of Biomedical Ethics, authored by…


June 4, 2020

Thomas Cole interviewed for New Tricks for Old Dogs podcast

In late May, Thomas Cole, PhD, appeared in “The Lockdown Frees the Mind,” an episode of New Tricks for Old Dogs. The podcast is hosted by Paul Menzel and Jim Conlan and addresses topics for Boomers. In the episode, Cole…


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