B.S. in Biology, Philosophy
M.A., Bioethics, New York University, 2012
Areas of Research/Interest:
Beginning- and end-of-life decisions, gender studies, food policy, disability law, health policy in developing areas.
Nicole comes to the Bioethics department with a background in both biology and philosophy, having spent her senior year at Gordon College in Wenham, MA working researching and presenting work on intersexed individuals and the ethics of sex assignment, which was also selected to a Philosophy conference on “Philosophy and Science.” Nicole is excited to work more intentionally at the junction of philosophy and biology with the Bioethics department, and hopes to apply her studies to work in the public policy sector. When not forced to think too far into the future, Nicole enjoys running, hiking, biking and searching out all of New York City’s Greek restaurants.
Member, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society
Administrative Analyst, Boston Public Health Commission/DelValle Institute for Emergency Preparedness