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M.S. in Bioethics program director Robert Klitzman explains the appeal of genetic testing and why he hasn’t gotten his genome sequenced – yet.
Joshua Fisher of the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program and other professors headed into the field to explore environmental, economic, and cultural rights issues in the region.
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For The Express Tribune, Khan pens an op-ed that explores whether muted reactions to the atrocities in Pakistan signal callousness or courage.
A student leader in the Actuarial Science program and a recent graduate, Christopher Cabrera begins a new job at one of the most prominent consulting firms in the world.
Interested in projects with global impact, this NECR alumna leveraged her experience as a reporter to help advance the mission of a global nonprofit organization.
On WUWM, Dr. Robert Klitzman, author of Am I My Genes? details the lasting impact of DNA sequencing on patients’ personal and professional lives.