Antonio Autiero (Germany)
Professor of Moral Theology, University of Münster
Autiero's activities are placed in the field of fundamental moral (ethical theories of the subject) and in the field of bioethics. 1997-2011 he was also director of the research center in religious and theological sciences at the Fondazione Bruno Kessler in Trent / Italy.
Agnes M. Brazal, a lay theologian, obtained her licentiate (1994) and doctorate (1998) in sacred theology at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Her research interests include feminist and migration theological ethics and methods of doing intercultural and postcolonial theologies.
Emilce Cuda (Argentina)
Research Professor, Faculty of Theology, Ponticial Catholic University of Argentina
and Faculty of Philosophy, University of Buenos Aires (UBA)
Emilce Cuda, Ph.D. in Moral Theology, specializing in social themes, centering on the relationship between theology and politics in Latin American and the North-South dialogue.
Roman Globokar (Slovenia)
Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics, Theological Faculty, University of Ljubljana
Roman Globokar studied at Gregorian University in Rome and received his doctorate in 2001. Currently he teaches Introduction to Theological Ethics, Religious Ethics, Fundamental Theological Ethics and Bioethics.
Kristin Heyer, Co-Chair (USA)
Professor, Theology Department
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA
Kristin Heyer is a lay, Catholic theological ethicist whose research interests include the ethics of immigration; Catholic political engagement; moral agency; ecclesiology and ethics; and social movements
Linda Hogan is a theological ethicist with with a specialisation in Christian social ethics, intercultural ethics, and the ethics of gender. Her current work is on the ethics of human rights. She became a Fellow of TCD in 2007.
Jim Keenan has been a Jesuit of the New York Province since 1970, and an ordained priest since 1982. His research interests are Fundamental moral theology; history of theological ethics; Thomas Aquinas; virtue ethics; HIV/AIDS; Genetics; Church Leadership Ethics.
Shaji George Kochuthara (India)
Head, Department of Moral Theology, Dharmaram Vidya Kshetram (DVK)
Shaji George Kochuthara has published The Concept of Sexual Pleasure in the Catholic Moral Tradition (Roma: Pontificia Università Gregoriana, 2007) and a few articles. He is the editor-in-chief of Asian Horizons: Dharmaram Journal of Theology and the Chairperson of the Institutional Ethical Review Board of St. John's Medical College, Bangalore.
Elias Omondi Opongo (Kenya)
Director of Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations, Nairobi, Kenya
Elias Omondi Opongo is a Jesuit priest from Kenya. He holds a PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies from University of Bradford, UK and MA in International Peace Studies from University of Notre Dame, USA.
Toni Ross (USA)
Associate Director of the Jesuit Institute at Boston College
Toni Ross joined the Theology Department at Boston College in 1993.
Andrea Vicini (Italy)
Associate Professor of Moral Theology, School of Theology and Ministry (STM) at Boston College
Andrea Vicini, S.J., M.D., is an Associate Professor of Moral Theology. A practicing pediatrician, he received his Medical Degree and specialization in pediatrics from the University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy), a Bachelor in Theology from Centre Sèvres (Paris, France), a Licentiate in Sacred Theology from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology, a Ph.D. in Theological Ethics from Boston College, and a second doctorate in Sacred Theology at the Faculty of Theology of Southern Italy. His research interests include: fundamental moral theology, biotechnologies, reproductive technologies, end of life issues, medical ethics, genetics, and environmental issues.