Craig Klugman, PhD, MA, MA
Craig M. Klugman, Ph.D. is a professor of bioethics and health humanities in the Department of Health Sciences at DePaul University where he also co-directs the Bioethics & Society minor program. Klugman is the author of over 450 articles, book chapters, OpEds, and blog posts on such topics as bioethics, professionalism, digital medicine, end-of-life issues, public health ethics, research ethics, education, health/medical humanities, and health policy. He is the blog editor and frequent writer for bioethics.net as well as creator of the BioethicsTV column. Dr. Klugman is the editor of several books including Research Methods in Health Humanities (Oxford 2019), Medical Ethics (Gale Cengage 2016), and Ethical Issues in Rural Health (2013; 2008). Besides numerous academic journals, his writing has appeared in Pacific Standard Magazine, Huffington Post, LifeMattersMedia, Chicago Tribune, Medium, Cato Unbound, The Hill, San Francisco Chronicle and the Houston Chronicle. Klugman earned his doctorate in Medical Humanities at the University of Texas Medical Branch where he wrote his dissertation on Exploring Experiences of Dying: An Analysis of Death Memoirs. He earned an MA in Biomedical Ethics (thesis: Prometheus Reborn: A Historical and Ethical Perspective on Cloning) and an MA in Medical Anthropology at Case Western Reserve University. Klugman earned his Bachelors of Art in Human Biology with honors at Stanford University.