Department of Law & Business
Ted Rogers School of Management
575 Bay Street
In 2006, he was awarded a three-year Standard Research Grant by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (of Canada) to support his project entitled “External Perspectives on Corporate Moral Motivation.” Also in 2006, he was awarded a one-year grant, by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, under the title “Conflicting Interests, Benefit-Sharing & University-Industry Relations: A Socio-Ethical Analysis of Commercial Genomics Research.” He was named as one of the “100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics” by Ethisphere Magazine in 2008, 2009, and again in 2010. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Political Studies from Trent University and a doctorate in Philosophy from the University of British Columbia. He is currently writing a book on ethical issues in the biotech industry.