David Prentice, PhD

David Prentice, PhD

Advisory Board Member

David A. Prentice, PhD is Vice President and Research Director for the Charlotte Lozier Institute. He is also Adjunct Professor of Molecular Genetics at the John Paul II Institute, The Catholic University of America and an Advisory Board Member for the Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center, a unique comprehensive stem cell center in Kansas that he was instrumental in creating. Previously he served over 10 years as Senior Fellow for Life Sciences at the Family Research Council, and prior to that he spent almost 20 years as Professor of Life Sciences at Indiana State University, and Adjunct Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics, Indiana University School of Medicine.

He established Stem Cell Research Facts, an educational website providing scientific facts and patient-centered videos about adult stem cells, and is a founding member of Do No Harm: The Coalition of Americans for Research Ethics, and an advisory board member for The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity. He has provided scientific advice for numerous medical professionals, legislators, policymakers, and organizations at the state, federal, and international levels.

Dr. Prentice is an internationally-recognized expert on stem cell research and bioethics, and has provided scientific testimony before the U.S. Congress and numerous state legislatures, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the President’s Council on Bioethics, European Parliament, British Parliament, Canadian Parliament, Australian Parliament, German Bundestag, French Senate, Swedish Parliament, the United Nations, and the Vatican. He was selected by President George W. Bush’s President’s Council on Bioethics to write the comprehensive review of adult stem cell research for the Council’s 2004 publication “Monitoring Stem Cell Research.”

Dr. Prentice has published numerous scientific and bioethics articles, including a defense of adult stem cell treatments with extensive literature documentation published by the journal Science in 2007. He has also published numerous commentaries and op-eds, and travels nationally and internationally to give frequent invited lectures regarding stem cell research, cloning, bioethics, genetics, and public policy. He has been interviewed in virtually all major electronic and print media outlets, including CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, CSPAN, Reuters, AP, NPR, USA Today, BBC, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and The New York Times.

Peter J. Smith, MD
Kimbell Kornu, MD, PhD
Beth Felker Jones, PhD
Ingrid Skop, MD, FACOG
Clarke Forsythe, MA, JD
Manuel Cota, MA, MA
J. Alan Branch, PhD
Stephen Ombok, MD
Wesley J. Smith
Pope John Paul II
Rita Marker
Paul Lim, MD
Lin Noyes Simon
Anne Wilkinson
Andrew Kubick, PhD, MA
Richard Sams, MD, MA
Avraham Steinberg
Jacques Picard
Peter Joel Hurwitz
Daniel Farb
Cyndie Koopsen
Caroline Young
David Caes
Ralph Baergen
Simon Woods
Elizabeth Rex, PhD
Ewan Goligher, MD, PhD
Benjamin Parviz, BA, MA
Dean Blevins
James L. Werth Jr.
Christine Toevs, MD, MA
Aaron Klink, MAR, MDiv, ThM
Taejung Kim, PhD (Cand.)
Heidi Monroe, PhD, MSN, RN, CPN
George F. Tomossy
Serge Gauthier
David N. Weisstub
Andrew Cistola, MPH
Michael S. Evans
Ronald Baker Miller
Stanley A. Terman
Richard Payne
L. W. Sumner
Richard Zimmerman, MD, MPH, MA (Bioethics), MS, FIDSA, FAAFP
Timothy J. Demy
Willaim R. Cutrer
Ana Iltis, PhD
Stephen W. Smith
Timothy E. Quill
C. G. Prado
Mary Beth Morrissey
Wally Morris
Rob Moll
Joan McCarthy
Deborah Witt Sherman
Marianne Matzo
Janice Lynch Schuster
Joan Harrold
Roberta Springer Loewy
Erich H. Loewy
Derek Morgan
Robert Gregory Lee
Stephen P. Kiernan
David F. Kelly
David Jeffrey
David H. Smith
Timothy F. Sedgwick
David A. Scott
E. F. Morgan
Jan C. Heller
David L. Couleter
William C. Gaventa
David T. Helm
Sandra L. Friedman
Eileen M. Fitzpatrick
Jeanne Fitzpatrick
Missy Scott
Lindsay E. Rockwell
Kenneth A. Fisher
Joseph J. Fins, MD
Abigail Rian Evans
Ezekiel J. Emanuel
Amy S. Tucci
Kenneth J. Doka
Antoon Vandevelde
Chris Gastmans
Yvonne Denier
Elizabeth Chaitin
Ellen L. Csikai
Joy V. Goldsmith
Dale Goldsmith
Fred Craddock
Raphael Cohen-Almagor
Ira Byock
Janna C. Merrick
Robert H. Blank
Jeffrey Paul Bishop, PhD
Susan M. Wolf
Kurt Bayertz
Robert F. Weir

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