Jean Baric-Parker, D.BE - St. Bernard's

Jean Baric Parker, D.BE


Program Director, Graduate Certificate in Catholic Bioethics



Dr. Jean Baric Parker’s interest in Bioethics was piqued while studying Catholic Theology at Holy Apostles Seminary, leading to certification in Catholic Bioethics from the National Catholic Bioethics Center, where she focused on the moral implications of egg donation. More recently, Dr. Baric Parker earned her Doctorate in Bioethics from Loyola University at Chicago, focusing on beginning-of-life ethical issues, including egg donation and embryonic stem cell research. She currently serves on the Ethics Committees of the Catholic Medical Association and Empire State Stem Cell Board and is a Contributing Editor for the Linacre Quarterly ethics journal. Dr. Baric Parker is Program Director for St. Bernard's new Graduate Certificate in Catholic Bioethics and teaches the introductory course, “Catholic Bioethics: At the Beginning of Life.” She lives in Rochester, NY where she and her husband, Kevin, raised their four children.

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