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Sharon Quick, M.D.

Associate Scholar

Sharon Quick, M.D., is retired from work as a pediatric anesthesiologist/critical care physician. She is currently Washington State Director for the American Academy of Medical Ethics and is working on a Master’s degree in Bioethics. She is a member of the American College of Pediatricians and the Christian Medical and Dental Associations.

 

She received a B.A. in Molecular Biology from Vanderbilt University in 1984 and a medical degree from Washington University in 1988. She completed residencies in Pediatrics (1991) and Anesthesiology (1994) at UCLA and fellowships in Pediatric Anesthesiology (1995) and Pediatric Critical Care (1997) at Children’s Hospital in Seattle. She has held staff positions at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and Children’s Hospital of Seattle.

 

She has taught science and math in the homeschool community and has written articles, given presentations, and provided public or expert testimony on multiple issues including: accuracy in referencing and scientific reporting, end of life issues, human cloning and stem cell research, sex education, and marijuana use.

 

Dr. Quick and her husband, a family physician, have two grown children and reside in Washington State.

Latest Research & News

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    To view this chart as a PDF, see: COVID-19 Vaccine Candidates and Abortion-Derived Cell Lines   Updated November 11, 2020   Accurate information about the development and production of COVID-19 vaccines is essential, especially because many proposed candidates use newer molecular technologies for production of a viral vaccine. One concern regarding the ethical assessment of […]

  • A Visual Aid to Viral Infection and Vaccine Production | June 15, 2020

    This is Issue 1 in CLI’s On Science. To view this report as a PDF, see: A Visual Aid to Viral Infection and Vaccine Production   Updated November 2020   Introduction As a result of the rapid spread of the new coronavirus technically known as SARS-CoV-2, the United States and other governments have begun crash […]

  • The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Ethics of Triage | March 26, 2020

    by R. J. Snell, Ph.D. This paper can be viewed as a pdf here: The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Ethics of Triage   As the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Italy, many hospitals are overwhelmed with patients, necessitating difficult triage decisions that can seem like choosing who lives and who dies. In the United States, already […]

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