Professor of Pediatrics, Psychology, and Psychiatry at The Ohio State University,
Director of Biostatistics at the Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital, and member of the Center for Ethics and Human Values at OSU.
My webpage at the Institute: http://bit.ly/9ngJvo
Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical History & Bioethics and in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Prior to joining the UW faculty, a postdoctoral fellow in the Program in Ethics and Health at Harvard University.
Ph.D in Philosophy from Cornell University in 2008.
Research interests revolve around the broad theme of health equity. I am particularly interested in the source and shape of social entitlements to health and health care. Other specific interests include: ethical issues in priority-setting and resource allocation, public health ethics, and the proper response to moral disagreement in bioethics, health care policy, and the regulation of the medical professions.
My current works in progress are at http://paulkelleher.net/research. Here are links to recent representative papers:
“Energy Policy and the Social Discount Rate” (http://paulkelleher.net/files/Kelleher_Discounting_6.18.11.pdf)
“Paternalism and Personal Responsibility: Conceptual and Ethical Tensions in the Fight Against Obesity” (http://paulkelleher.net/files/Kelleher_PPR.pdf)