Sociology, just like zombies, need brains.

Daniel R. Morrison, PhD. 

Sociologist, author, speaker.

I write and talk primarily about emerging technologies that work within the human brain to reconfigure chronic illness.

My everyday life includes academic affairs in the College and teaching courses on the ethics of care in everyday contexts. I maintain an interest in the history, development, and practice of clinical ethics consultation.

My work, with several co-authors, has been published in sociology and biomedical ethics.

I am an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Department of Communication and Sociology at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas.