Kenneth V. Iserson, M.D.

Dr. Iserson practices and teaches at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Centerís Level 1 Trauma Center, where he directs the Arizona Bioethics Program, is a Professor of Emergency Medicine, is medical director of the Southern Arizona Rescue Association (search and rescue), and chairs the University Medical Centerís Bioethics Committee.

In addition to hundreds of peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, he has written ten books, including Demon Doctors: Physicians as Serial Killers (2002), Death to Dust: What Happens to Dead Bodies?, 2nd edition (2001), Ethics in Emergency Medicine, 2nd edition (1995), Grave Words: Notifying Survivors About Unexpected Deaths (1999), and six editions of his popular Getting Into A Residency: A Guide For Medical Students (2004).