Dr. Tristan McIntosh joined the Division of General Medical Sciences in 2018 as an Instructor of Medicine. She is a Co-Investigator in the Professional and Social issues Lab, where she researches the implications of ethical, social, and professional issues in research and medicine. She also works with the Center for Clinical and Research Ethics, conducting workshops on the responsible conduct of research. She is also a Mid-America Transplant Fellow where she researches ethical issues involved with organ transplantation.
Dr. McIntosh earned her PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology with a minor in Quantitative Psychology at the University of Oklahoma. Her areas of expertise include ethical decision making, ethics training program development and evaluation, situational constraints and personal biases as they relate to misconduct, whistleblowing, and measure development. She has published in journals such as Science and Engineering Ethics, Human Resource Management Review, The Leadership Quarterly, and the Creativity Research Journal.