Robyn Axel-Adams is the Program Manager for the Center for Medical Ethics. Before taking this position, she worked at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital as a Staff Chaplain for seven years and with the Palliative Care team for almost a year. She is an ordained United Methodist clergyperson. She did her Chaplaincy Training at Clarian Health and her Master’s Degree is from Emory University. She did her Ethics Fellowship training at the Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics in 2011-2012, where she focused on developing a curriculum for teaching internal medical residents about medicine and spirituality. She is married and has 2 children.