Nathan Stout, Ph.D.
Nate earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Tulane University in April of 2016. Prior to that, he earned an M.A. in Philosophy from Western Michigan University and a B.A. in Philosophy and Religion from Olivet Nazarene University.
Nate is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Program for Medical Ethics and Human Values in the Tulane University School of Medicine where his duties include teaching courses in medical ethics to medical students and residents and serving on ethics councils in New Orleans area hospitals. He is also a member of Tulane's Social and Behavioral Institutional Review Board - a faculty board dedicated to ensuring ethical standards in social and behavioral research involving human subjects.
Nate's research focuses on issues in biomedical ethics, moral psychology, ethics and mental health, and, social and political philosophy, and professional ethics. His work has appeared in a number academic books and journals, including American Philosophical Quarterly, Journal of Ethics, Philosophical Psychology, the Journal of the American Philosophical Association, Review of Philosophy and Psychology, and the Journal of Global Ethics. He also has experience teaching university courses in ethical theory, business ethics, biomedical ethics, and environmental ethics.