David Weiner ('18) is a senior studying neuroscience and psychology. He is fascinated by ethical dilemmas associated with both medical treatment and biology research. Outside of bioethics, he tutors chemistry and biology, is involved in various volunteer groups, and does neuroscience research.
Maria Wissler ('18) is a junior majoring in molecular biology with a certificate in neuroscience. Outside of bioethics, she is involved in the Princeton University Band and the Acapellago singing group.
Bo-Ryehn ('18) is a junior from Auckland, New Zealand. In the realm of bioethics, she is interested in the ethics of neuroscience research, health, and medicine.
Carol is a senior ('17) in the chemistry department, and she is also pursuing certificates in the Values and Public Life program and the Global Health and Health Policy program. She is particularly interested in studying ethical issues that arise in health care and the processes of health care reform. In her free time, she enjoys swimming and binge-watching Law and Order: SVU.
Gabriela Molina ('18) is a junior majoring in Spanish with a Global Health Policy certificate. She is passionate about bioethics, and her hobbies include traveling, writing, and drinking coffee.
Min Ji ('18) is currently a junior majoring in Neuroscience at Princeton University. An avid writer and voracious reader of novels and short stories, Min Ji has always been drawn to investigative journalism and the role that the mass media plays in informing the public. Though she really loves science and research, Min Ji aspires to integrate her love for food, adventures, and writing and become a traveling journalist for an exotic food publication someday.
Morgan Brewton-Johnson is a member of the Princeton Class of 2018. She is currently pursuing a concentration in Anthropology and certificates in Global Health and Health Policy and Translation and Intercultural Communication. She is also a Princeton University Cheerleader, a member of USG's Mental Health Initiative Board, an editor for the Princeton Public Health Review, a writer for Business Today and an Orange Key Tour Guide.
I am a chemistry major ('17) from Princeton, NJ, and I love science and science writing. When I'm not doing schoolwork, I enjoy cooking, hiking, and binge watching Arrested Development.
Sophomore ('18) studying molecular biology, and interested in bioethics and health policy.
Ariella Cohen ('19) is a sophomore who plans to study neuroscience and hopes to become a pediatric neurologist or child psychiatrist. In her spare time, Ariella is a member of the Princeton University Band and participates in several volunteer groups on campus.
Danielle Herman ('18) is a junior from Stow, OH. She is majoring in neuroscience and earning a certificate in Spanish Language and Culture.
Edmond Kim is a sophomore from Baltimore, Maryland who is pre-med but is also interested in the field of ethics after taking two ethics courses at Princeton. Outside of school work and PJB, he also partakes in the musical scene at campus through PURE (Princeton University Rock Ensemble) and the Sinfonia orchestra.
Emerson Salovaara ('19) is a sophomore from New York City (though his true home is Forbes College), who enjoys talking to strangers, reading obnoxiously large books in public, and agonizing over his future course of study at Princeton. He also digs bioethics.
Greg, a sophomore ('19), currently plans on studying Chemical and Biological Engineering on the Pre-Medicine track, and is particularly interested in neuroscience, genetics, and bioengineering. Along with the Princeton Journal of Bioethics, Greg is a member of Black Arts Company: Dance, the Daily Princetonian, Princeton Bioengineering Society, and the AST Mentorship program
An English major from sunny Florida. A perpetual book bug, amateur gym rat, and aspiring bioethical... beetle? I'll work on that.
Justin ('17) is from South Carolina, studying Chemical and Biological Engineering. As an engineer planning to study medicine, he is deeply interested in how practical ethical questions develop in concert with scientific advancement. His other extracurriculars include editing for Innovation Science Magazine and working at the McGraw Tutoring center.
Hailing from Washington, DC, Matthew Kritz is a junior ('18), looking to study Philosophy and to earn a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy. On campus, he has been involved with Petey Greene, Project Solidarity, the Human Values Forum, and the Tikvah Campus Fellowship, and he is currently the PR Chair for Princeton's upcoming Undergraduate Judaic Studies Conference. He is a proud member of Yavneh, Princeton's Orthodox Jewish community, where he is involved in educational programming.
Ruchita Balasubramanian ('19) is a sophomore at Princeton University intending to major in Molecular Biology with certificates in global health and health policy and finance. She is currently a member of the Princeton University Orchestra, the Princeton Journal of Bioethics and Tarana South Asian Acapella group.