B.S., Health: Science, Society and Policy (HSSP) and Biology, Brandeis University, 2013
M.A., Bioethics, New York University, 2014
M.D. Candidate, NYU School of Medicine, 2018
Areas of Research/Interest:
Public Health, Human Genetics, Ethical Considerations in Genomics and Genetic Testing, Emergency Medicine, Health Literacy and Education
Jonathan was born and raised on Long Island. He attended Jewish Day School for elementary, middle and high school before taking a gap year before college in Israel. In Israel he studied Middle Eastern history and Hebrew at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem before spending 3 months working for Magen David Adom, the national ambulance core for Israel. Jonathan earned a B.S. in Health: Science, Society and Policy (HSSP) and Biology, with a focus on public health and genetics. He also became a certified EMT-B and worked for the Brandeis Emergency Medical Corps. Jonathan hopes to obtain a medical degree following his year at NYU. In his free time, Jonathan is an avid Ultimate Frisbee player and enjoys swimming, alternative and indie rock music, and watching/talking sports.
Departmental Fellowship, Bioethics Program, Graduate School of Arts and Science, New York University
“The Ethical Use of Unethical Human Research,” Rutgers Journal of Bioethics 5(2014).