B.A. cum laude in Philosophy, University of Dallas
M.A. Bioethics, New York University
J.D., University of Minnesota Law School, 2016
Areas of Research/Interest:
Reproductive Ethics, Ethics of Genetics, Female Health, Fertility, Ethics, Euthanasia, Health Law, Public Health.
Katarina is a Canadian who graduated from the University of Dallas in 2012. Her senior thesis in Philosophy was entitled “The Ethical Life: The Ethical Implications of Genetic Engineering for Human Enhancement.” She completed her MA in Bioethics in 2013 focusing in reproductive ethics. Her MA thesis was entitled “The Exploitative Nature of Ova ‘Donation.'” Upon graduation from NYU, Katarina began law school and is currently in her second year at the University of Minnesota concentrating in Health Law & Bioethics. In the summer of 2015 she will be a Blackstone Legal Fellow working at the Comment On Reproductive Ethics in London.
Ethics and Medics (Journal published by the National Catholic Bioethics Center). “Dangers of Genetic Engineering” May 2013
The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly (Journal published by the National Catholic Bioethics Center) Book Review of “Consistently Opposing Killing: From Abortion to Assisted Suicide, the Death Penalty, and War” Fall 2013
Ethics and Medics (Journal published by the National Catholic Bioethics Center) “Selecting Embryos for Intelligence” January 2015
Mariage, famille, et vie/Marriage, Family and Life at the Archdiocèse de Saint-Boniface/Archdiocese of Saint Boniface, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Natural Family Planning Event, March 2015
Departmental Fellowship, Bioethics Program, Graduate School of Arts and Science, New York University.
Paul Ramsey Institute Fellow, 2015
University of Minnesota Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences, Research Grants, 2015 (https://www.law.umn.edu/news/law-students-receive-consortium-support-for-research-projects-3-27-2015.html)