Assistant Professor of Ethics, New Mexico Tech
Christopher ChoGlueck (Pronounced JOH-gluhk)
Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington, History and Philosophy of Science, Gender Studies minor, June 2019.
M.A. Indiana University, Bloomington, History and Philosophy of Science, Dec. 2016.
B.S. University of Notre Dame, Environmental Science, Philosophy major, May 2014.
I specialize in philosophy of science, biomedical ethics, and feminism in health policy, especially with pharmaceutical drugs. My research explores the how values and gender norms shape drug regulation at the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), involving reproductive health and drug labels, and the consequences for women’s health and reproductive justice.
Through philosophy, I work on issues in social justice, public policy, and industry-funded research. To engage a broader audience, I write essays about public philosophy and science communication. To get outside my head, I climb rocks and read comics. My daily struggle is keeping terrariums, bonsai trees, and other house plants alive in the uncooperative, desert climate.
ChoGlueck, C. (2019) “Broadening the Scope of Our Understanding of Mechanisms: Lessons from the History of the Morning-After Pill.” Synthese.
ChoGlueck, C. (2018) “The Error Is in the Gap: Synthesizing Accounts for Societal Values in Science.” Philosophy of Science. 85(4): 704-725.
Shrader-Frechette, K., & ChoGlueck, C. (2017) “Pesticides, Neurodevelopmental Disagreement, and Bradford Hill’s Guidelines.” Accountability in Research. 24(1): 30-42.