Episode: Code of Ethics: Stories about doing the right thing
Pub date: 2020-01-24
This week we present two stories of people struggling with what the “right” thing to do is.
Part 1: Catherine Macdonald always wanted to study sharks, but her first time tagging them in the field doesn’t go as planned.
Part 2: When Michelle Tong visits home after her first semester of medical school, a stranger presents an ethical dilemma.
Dr. Catherine Macdonald is co-founder and Director of Field School (www.getintothefield.com), a marine science training and education company dedicated to constantly improving field research practices while teaching students to perform hands-on research with sharks. She is also a part-time Lecturer in Marine Conservation Biology at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.
Company website: www.getintothefield.com
Personal website: www.drcatherinemacdonald.com
Michelle Tong is a second-year medical student from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has been published in the Margins and Glass, among other literary journals, and reads for the Bellevue Literary Review. This past summer, she won first prize in the Michael E. DeBakey Medical Student Poetry Awards and received a fellowship from Brooklyn Poets. She teaches poetry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and lives in East Harlem.
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