Lecturer in Theology of the Body

Maria Teresa Russo is associate professor of Moral Philosophy and Bioethics at the University Roma Tre and teaches Anthropology at the University Campus Bio-medico in Rome. She is editor-in-chief of the magazine “MEDIC. Teaching methodology and clinical innovation”, which aims at being a space for dialogue among human sciences, technology and biomedical sciences.

Her research focuses on themes of anthropology of the body, health and contemporary Spanish philosophy.

Among her publications: The Dialogue Between Medical Doctors And Bioethicists: Rethinking Experience To Improve Medical Education (2016); La buona medicina sintesi di prudenza e sollecitudine: una riflessione a partire da Paul Ricoeur (2015); Invito al ben-essere. Lineamenti di etica (2015); Corporeità e relazione in José Ortega y Gasset e Julián Marías (2013); Etica del corpo tra medicina ed estetica (2008); La ferita di Chirone. Itinerari di antropologia ed etica in medicina (2006); Corpo, salute, cura. Linee di antropologia biomedica (2004).