Rosemarie Garland-Thomson is a bioethicist, author, educator, humanities scholar, and thought leader in disability justice and culture.

RGT’s 2016 op-ed, “Becoming Disabled,” was the inaugural article in the ongoing weekly series in the New York Times. She recently co-edited the series into a collection, About Us: Essays from the Disability Series.

RGT is available for consulting and speaking on health care ethics, program building and curriculum development, equity and inclusion, accessibility, and disability culture and arts.