G. Kevin Donovan, MD, MA

Senior Clinical Scholar,
Professor of Pediatrics

Dr. Donovan is Director of the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics, and Professor of Pediatrics at Georgetown University, in addition to his role at the KIE.

Dr. Donovan was the founding Director of the Oklahoma Bioethics Center and has three decades of experience in clinical bioethics and clinical medicine being recognized as one of America’s “Best Doctors.” He has served on multiple ethics committees for hospitals and national organizations as well as chairing an Institutional Review Board. Sought after as a speaker on the local, national and international levels, he was awarded the Humanism in Medicine Award in 2005 from the Gold Foundation, which recognizes physicians who have successfully integrated humanism in the delivery of care to his patients and families. Dr. Donovan has also received the Founder’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Research and Medicine from the University of Tulsa, and was recently nominated for a Golden Apple Teaching Award in Georgetown’s School of Medicine.

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