Ray E. Moseley, PhD

Ray MoseleyRay E. Moseley, PhD
Associate Professor
Program in Bioethics, Law and Medical Professionalism
1600 SW Archer Road Rm G1-022
Gainesville, FL 32610-3001

Contact Information
Phone: (352) 273-5155
Fax: (352) 273-5213
Vivo: http://vivo.ufl.edu/display/n16218
E-mail: rmoseley@ufl.edu

Professional Biography

Dr. Ray E. Moseley is the founder and was the first President of the Florida Bioethics Network (FBN), and has played a key role in the development of the FBN as a significant statewide resource and as a model for other bioethics networks around the country. His research includes publications on ‘Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment,’ ‘Advance Medical Directives,’ ‘Genetic Testing,’ ‘New Medical Technologies,’ and ‘Prenatal Testing.’


PhD Georgetown University
Washington, DC
MA University of Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee
BA University of Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee

Academic Interests

  • Group Leader, Ethics Clerkship
  • Course Director, Special Topics in Medical Ethics
  • Course Director, Cultural Issues in Medicine
  • Course Director, Ethical Issues in Family Medicine

Clinical Interests

  • End-of-life Care
  • Advance Medical Directives
  • Genetic Testing

Recent Publications

  • Allen, WL; Moseley, R: “Misconceptions and Problems with FS 765,” Northeast Florida Medicine, Medical Ethics Supplement, January 2008, pp. 18-22.
  • Allen, WL; “Erring Too Far on the Side of Life: Déjà vu All Over Again in the Schiavo Saga,” Stetson Law Review vol. 35, no 1, 123-145, Fall 2005.
  • Allen, B. “Ethical and Legal Issues in HIV/AIDS: Informed Consent, Confidentiality, and Advance Directives,” Current Approaches to Care of Patients with HIV/AIDS, Florida State Department of Health, CD-ROM, 1999.
  • Allen, B; Moseley R/ and Arcos, G: The Bispectral Index Monitor (BIS): Analysis of Legal and Ethical Implications for Anesthesiology, Program in Medical Ethics, Law, and the Humanities, University of Florida, 1998.
  • Allen, WL; McCrary, SV: “Legal Aspects of Geriatric Rehabilitative Care.” In: Rehabilitation of the Ageing and Older Patient Garrison SJ, Felsenthal G, Steinberg, FU, Eds. Williams and Wilkins, 1994.

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