Professor of Medical Ethics, Division of Community Health & Humanities
Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University
Daryl Pullman is Professor of Medical Ethics in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University. He received his MA and PhD in philosophy from the University of Waterloo. He has broad and diverse research interests including genetics and ethics, end-of-life care, and ethics and aging. He has served on many national ethics committees including the CIHR Stem Cell Oversight Committee, the CIHR Standing Committee on Ethics, as the “Ethical, Legal and Social Issues” lead for the CIHR Institute of Genetics, and as co-chair of the Ethics Advisory Committee for the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging. Daryl has published widely on issues in research and clinical ethics. He has a particular interest in the concept of human dignity and its relevance to discussions of genetics and identity.