- Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy (Office)
- BCM-Jewish Institute for Research Room: BCMD-310DC Mail Stop: BCM420 Houston, Texas 77030 United States
- Clinical Ethics Fellow
- Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy
- Baylor College of Medicine
- Houston, TX, US
- PhD from Monash University
- BA from University of Queensland
- Philosophy, Political Science
- Clinical Ethics
- Virtue Ethics
- Pediatric Ethics
Bryanna Moore is a postdoctoral fellow in clinic ethics at Baylor College of Medicine’s Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. She received a Bachelor of Arts with first class honors in Philosophy from the University of Queensland in 2013, and in 2018, she earned her PhD in Philosophy from Monash University. She conducts clinical ethics consultations at Houston Methodist Hospital. Her current research draws upon virtue ethics to produce novel insights into issues in pediatrics, clinical ethics and decision-making at the end of life.
- Bryanna Moore. "Ethically Permissible Inequity in Access to Experiemental Therapies." Clinical Ethics. 2019;14(1):1-8.
- Bryanna Moore, John D. Lantos. "Healthcare Organizations and High Profile Disagreements." Bioethics. 2019
- Bryanna Moore. "Medical Crowdfunding and the Virtuous Donor." Bioethics. 2018;33(2):238-244.
- Bryanna Moore, Jeremy R. Garret, Leslie A. McNolty, Maria Cristina Murano. "The Strange Tale of 'Three Identical Strangers': Cinematic Lessons in Bioethics." The Hastings Center Report. 2019;49(2):21-23.
- Bryanna Moore, John D. Lantos. "When Parents Take Conflicts to Digital Media." Pediatrics. 2019
- Bryanna Moore, Courtney Hempton, Evie Kendal. "Victoria's Voluntary Assisted Dying Act: Navigating the Section 8 'gag clause'." Med J Aust. 2020
- S Kukora, J Firn, N Laventhal, C Vercler, B Moore, JD Lantos. "Ethics Rounds: Infant With Trisomy 18 and Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome." Pediatrics. 2019;143(5)
- Bryanna Moore, Katie House, Joel House, Bryan Beaven, Brian S. Carter. "Anticipation, Accompaniment, and a Good Death in Perinatal Care." Yale J Biol Med. 2019;92:741-745.