B. Franklin Curry (Frank) holds a DPhil from the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Oxford and is near to completing a PhD in Applied Ethics at McMaster University, where he has held a Harry Lyman Hooker Senior Fellowship. In addition to Bioethics, his research addresses Catholic Social Teaching, as well as ethics and public policy – especially in relation to poverty and social inequity. He has been an Associate Member in the Institute for Ethics and Policy for innovation and a Visiting Researcher at the Oxford Centre for the Study of Social Justice (Oxford Department of Politics and International Relations). More laterally, Frank was Research Director at St. Paul’s Institute, London, and Co-Founder of the Corporate Legacies Project. During much of his Fellowship at the Centre for Clinical Ethics he will be seconded to the Ethics Team in the St. Joseph’s Healthcare System in Hamilton.