Jessica Mozersky, PhD, MBE

Assistant Professor, School of Medicine
Keywords:
disparities, emerging technology, ethics, medical ethics & research ethics, genetics, genomics, imaging, prevention, qualitative methods, screening, underserved & vulnerable

Dr. Mozersky is an anthropologist and bioethicist whose research explores the ethical and social implications of new biomedical and genomic technologies, including cancer genetic testing, prenatal genetic testing, whole genome sequencing, and PET neuroimaging. Her research uses qualitative methodologies to explore the impact of developments in biomedicine for patients, families, and healthcare providers. Dr. Mozersky is a member of the Center for Clinical and Research Ethics where she co-directs a responsible conduct of research for scholars in the Washington University community. She is also a co-investigator in the Professional and Social Issues Lab.