Alex Fleming is a resident of Nashville, TN and is employed at DCI Donor Services, Inc. where he works as an Organ Donation Specialist. He holds a B.S. in Exercise Science from Northern Michigan University and earned a certificate in health care ethics from the National Catholic Bioethics Center in Philadelphia, PA before earning his M.S. in Bioethics from the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND. His interests in bioethics include reproductive ethics and issues involving assisted reproductive technology, transplant ethics, research ethics, the physician-patient relationship, and bioethics as it is understood and practiced internationally.
Articles Published at Voices in Bioethics
1. "Medical Futility & Parental 'Rights': A Glimpse into the Charlie Gard Case." Sep 14, 2017.
2. "My Sister’s Keeper: An Assessment of Living Organ Donation among Minors." Jul 10, 2017.