Matthew Galvin, M.D. (PDF)
Margaret Gaffney, M.D. (PDF)
Barbara M. Stilwell, M.D., retired professor emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine,
is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who was educated and trained at Indiana University. Her professional career included
practice in both the private and public sector as well as consultation with such institutions as the Indiana School for the
Blind, the Indiana School for the Deaf, Indiana Girls' School (a correctional facility), etc. While on the faculty at Indiana
University School of Medicine, she was director of an inpatient unit at Larue D. Carter Hospital, directed an out-patient
psychopharmacology unit at James Whitcomb Riley Hospital, and was psycyhiatric consultant to the Craniofacial Team. She was
appointed by the governor to be on the state mental health advisory board and received a Sagamore of
the Wabash award for serving as president of this board.
Interest in the development and functioning of conscience in children and adolescents resulted in research defining normative developmental guidelines against which aberrant conscience development could be compared; studies of the effects of trauma on moral development and conscience functioning; and work aimed at revising the psychiatric diagnosis of conduct disorder. In conjuction with colleagues, Dr. Matthew R. Galvin, and Stephen M. Kopta, Ph.D., she authored a parenting book entitled Right Vs Wrong; Raising a Child with a Conscience.
Sue London, MLS, AHIP, is the Conscience Works website editor. She has been a medical librarian for twenty years, the last eleven at Indiana University's Ruth Lilly Medical Library. Her major interests include teaching elements of evidence-based practice to future physicians and the future of scholarly communication.