Erica O'Neil

Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, MC 9320
111 E. Taylor St., Ste. 293
Phoenix
Postdoc Assoc (FSC) nb2008
Post Doctoral Scholars
TEMPE Campus
Mailcode
9320

Biography

Researching health at the level of the population grounds my professional trajectory, from leading teams investigating the dynamics of Hohokam inter-village health variation, to my doctoral research surrounding the federal regulatory history of fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), and my current postdoctoral position defining and implementing public programming at the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics.

Central to that trajectory is the guiding principle that public communication and outreach are the tools for addressing complex health issues at the nexus of science, policy, and society. I am invested in projects that prioritize science outreach and communication for a public audience, particularly in the area of reproductive health. I train others in best practices for science outreach and communication, develop workflows for such projects that achieve those goals, and manage the products of those outreach efforts to engage public audiences both online and in person.

Courses

Fall 2017
Course Number Course Title
BIO 516 Foundations of Bioethics
Fall 2016
Course Number Course Title
AEP 501 Practical, Professional Ethics
BIO 516 Foundations of Bioethics
Fall 2015
Course Number Course Title
HON 497 Honors Colloquium
HPS 498 Pro-Seminar
BIO 498 Pro-Seminar
HPS 591 Seminar
BIO 591 Seminar
Spring 2015
Course Number Course Title
HON 497 Honors Colloquium
HPS 498 Pro-Seminar
BIO 498 Pro-Seminar
HPS 591 Seminar
BIO 591 Seminar