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Research Instructor


UNC Hospitals – Chapel Hill

Education and Training

B.A., Philosophy, Virginia Commonwealth University
M.A., Philosophy, The University of Virginia
Ph.D., Philosophy, The University of Virginia
Fellowship, Health Care Quality and Patient Outcomes, UNC Chapel Hill
Fellowship, NRSA Mental Health Services Research, UNC Shep’s Center/Duke

Summary Statement

Daniel Moseley is a Research Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry and a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Medicine. He Co-Directs the UNC Psychiatry, Philosophy and Mental Health Program, which hosts the Carolina Seminar on Philosophy, Ethics and Mental Health and the annual UNC Philosophy and Psychiatry Conference. He is also a Faculty Associate in the UNC Center for Bioethics and a Lead Consultant in the Hospital Ethics Consultation Service. His current research is in the areas of Psychiatric Ethics, Neuroethics, Neurolaw and Global Health Ethics.