Kadija Ferryman

Postdoctoral Scholar

Dr. Kadija Ferryman is a cultural anthropologist whose research examines how cultural and moral values are embedded in digital health information, social and biological influences on health, and the ethics of translational and digital health research. She earned a BA in Anthropology from Yale University and a PhD in Anthropology from The New School for Social Research. Before completing her PhD, she was a policy researcher at the Urban Institute where she studied how housing and neighborhoods impact well-being, specifically the effects of public housing redevelopment on children, families, and older adults. She has published research in journals such as Journal of Health Care for the Poor and UnderservedEuropean Journal of Human Genetics, and Genetics in Medicine. She is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Data & Society Research Institute.



Press Coverage

Refiguring the Future
May 03, 2018
Jun 21, 2018
Solving Cases with Genetic Traces: A Forensics and Genomics Workshop
Aug 11, 2018
Genomics Lecture: The Bioethics of Genetic Sequencing
Sep 29, 2017
Precision Medicine & Society: Dr. Kadija Ferryman
Nov 30, 2017
Digital Life Seminar Series
Apr 24, 2018
Inspire2Live 2018 Annual congress
Feb 08, 2018

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