B.A. Biology; Minor Theology, Saint Louis University, 2011
M.A. Bioethics, New York University, 2013
Candidate for M.D., St. George’s University, 2018
Areas of Research/Interest:
Research ethics, Clinical ethics, and Organ transplant ethics.
Caroline Song, a Saint Louis native, has wanted to become a doctor from a young age. During her senior year of college, she encountered a medical ethics class which challenged her standing ideology of a physician. The intricacies of bioethics, particularly in a clinical setting, prompted her to seek a Master’s in Bioethics at NYU. She hopes to go on to medical school with the sound knowledge to practice ethical medicine. In her spare time she enjoys reading, cooking, and writing. If she could recommend a book to any interested in bioethics from a clinical standpoint, she would point you in the direction of “First Do No Harm” by Lisa Belkin.
Departmental Fellowship, Bioethics Program, GSAS, New York University