Glenn McGee writes about the relationship between cutting-edge technology and human experience. His books have addressed the impact of genomics on parenthood, the power of genetic information, and the next wave of biotechnology. He and his research groups have published more than 100 articles in the medical, scientific, legal and liberal arts disciplines. He has written regular columns for The Scientist and Albany Times Union, and his commentary often appears in media discussions and programs.
A recipient of the Atlantic Fellowship in Public Policy, McGee has held two endowed chairs and faculty appointments in medicine, law, business, public health and philosophy. He created three institutions in health policy and ethics: The American Journal of Bioethics, Alden March Bioethics Institute, and bioethics.net. An advisor for many governmental and non-governmental organizations, he was also elected to the board of directors of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. He enjoys speaking to groups both informally and in larger settings.