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Michael Rubin, MD, MA is a critical care neurologist and clinical ethicist.  After completition of his critical care training at Washington University in St Louis, he completed a masters in bioethics and health policy from Loyola Chicago.  He directs the Quality and Safety Conference of the department of Neurolgy, chairs the UT Southwestern Clinical Ethics Committee, and is a national leader in clinical neuroethics, including lead auhtorship on ethics positon statements for the American Academy of Neurology.


Medical School
Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine (2004)
John Peter Smith Hospital (2005), Transitional Year
UT Southwestern Medical Center (2008), Neurology
Washington University School of Medicine (2010), Neurocritical Care
Graduate School
Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine (2012), Bioethics

Research Interest

  • Clinical Neuroethics; brain death, coma, prognosis and decision-making
  • Medically Ineffective and Potentially Inappropriate Treatments
  • Quality and Safety and the Professional Experience


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