Biography of James T. Bradley.Jim Bradley assumed the editorship of the Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science (JAAS JAAS Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry
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The basic working components or practical aspects: "[proposing] of editing the journal, Dr. Bradley initiated the publication of book reviews and also organized a new section for the AAS: Bioethics bioethics, in philosophy, a branch of ethics concerned with issues surrounding health care and the biological sciences. These issues include the morality of abortion, euthanasia, in vitro fertilization, and organ transplants (see transplantation, medical). and History & Philosophy of Science.
Jim Bradley has had a long and distinguished career since accepting his position at Auburn University in 1976 after earning his PhD in Developmental Biology from the University of Washington, Seattle. During his time at Auburn, Bradley has authored 43 refereed scientific articles and book reviews as well as a laboratory manual for cell biology. He has also edited two volumes of readings from original sources in science and the humanities which serve as texts for an interdisciplinary, undergraduate course in world history. Since 1994 Dr. Bradley has been the director of the Human Odyssey Program that established this course of study to examine the connections between science and the humanities.
Among the awards and recognitions for his outstanding teaching and leadership are:
W. Kelly Mosley titled Professorship in Science and Humanities
Academic Freedom Award, AAUP, Auburn University Chapter
Chair, University Senate and Faculty, Auburn University
College of Science and Mathematics Outstanding Teacher Award, Auburn University
Auburn Alumni Association Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award
Most Outstanding Faculty Member in the College of Science and Mathematics awarded by Student Government Association, Auburn University
Recipient of competitive, 3-month Visiting Professorship at the University of Pisa The University of Pisa (Italian Università di Pisa) is one of the most renowned Italian universities. It is located in Pisa, Tuscany. It was formally founded on the September 3, 1343 by an edict of Pope Clement VI, although there had been lectures on law in Pisa since the , Italy
3-time winner of the Carmichael Award of the AAS for best research article
Dr. Bradley continues to explore new avenues of research, writing and teaching. He is currently authoring a book for the general public about the ethical issues associated with 21st century biotechnologies including cloning, stem cell stem cell
In living organisms, an undifferentiated cell that can produce other cells that eventually make up specialized tissues and organs. There are two major types of stem cells, embryonic and adult. research, gene therapy, genetic enhancement, human life extension and transgenic agriculture. His book title is: Twenty-First Century Biotechnology and Human Values. Along with colleagues at Auburn University, AUM Aum (ä·ōōmˑ),
n.pr 1. in Ayurveda, the subtle, noiseless cosmic vibration in which consciousness existed in the beginning, before the elements appeared. and Tuskegee University, Bradley is collaborating on an NSF NSF - National Science Foundation grant titled "Ethics of the Nonoscale". The project will develop undergraduate training in the science and ethics of nanotechnology. In addition, Dr. Bradley is developing and will teach a bioethics course called Genethics for upper level undergraduate and graduate students in the life sciences at Auburn University.
The Alabama Academy of Science expresses its deep gratitude for the diligence Jim Bradley has demonstrated through all his years as editor of the JAAS. His contributions have maintained high standards and academic excellence.