Jessica Mozersky, PhD, MBE

Assistant Professor, Bioethics Research Center, Division of General Medical Sciences
Keywords:
disparities, emerging technology, ethics, medical ethics & research ethics, genetics, genomics, imaging, prevention, qualitative methods, screening, underserved & vulnerable

Dr. Mozersky completed her PhD in Anthropology at University College London, UK, and holds a Master’s degree in Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Mozersky received 4 years of postdoctoral training in bioethics and the ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI) of genetics at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Mozersky conducts empirical research on the ethical and social implications of new biomedical and genomic technologies including cancer genetic testing, prenatal genetic screening, whole genome sequencing, and PET neuroimaging. Dr. Mozersky is currently Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator for numerous NIH funded projects regarding Alzheimer’s Disease, informed consent, genetic testing, and data sharing. Dr. Mozersky is co-director of the Responsible Conduct of Research Course for ICTS Scholars. Dr. Mozersky is an editorial board member of Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics: A Journal of Qualitative Research, published by Johns Hopkins University Press.