Kadija Ferryman

Postdoctoral Scholar

Kadija Ferryman is a cultural anthropologist whose research centers on the use of new technologies in biomedical research and health care. Specifically, her work examines the moral and ethical dilemmas surrounding the application of genomics to racial disparities in health. Using ethnographic methods, she examines how ethical commitments to accountability shape efforts to use genomic data to improve health outcomes. She holds degrees in anthropology from Yale (BA) and the New School for Social Research (PhD). Before completing her PhD, she was a public policy researcher at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC.


Genomics Lecture: The Bioethics of Genetic Sequencing
Sep 29, 2017
Precision Medicine & Society: Dr. Kadija Ferryman
Nov 30, 2017
Digital Life Seminar Series
Jan 30, 2018
Inspire2Live 2018 Annual congress
Feb 08, 2018

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