B.A. in History with a Focus on Medical History and Double Minor in Middle Eastern Studies and Islam, Miami University, 2011
M.A. in Bioethics, New York University, 2015
Areas of Research/Interest:
Xenotransplantation, organ donation and transplants, gene therapy, cloning, embryonic stem cell, gene patenting, bioethical mediation, and global bioethics.
I grew up in Dayton, Ohio. Attended Miami university where I first heard of Bioethics during my senior year seminar. During this time I was going back and forth between medical and law school so I settled for the history of medicine and disease and health policy, taking a fifth year to do so. After graduation, I worked on in a respiratory clinic in Dayton, Ohio. Currently interning with a bioethics team focused on bioethical mediation and presenting topics such as Global Diversity and Culture and Bioethics to hospital healthcare teams and management.