Student Editor Biographies

Graduate Student Editor
Christopher Kovel (GSAS ’14) is currently completing his M.A. in Ethics and Society. His research interests include bioethics, evolutionary psychology, and jurisprudence.

Undergraduate Student Editors
Ken Ochs (FCRH ’15) is a Neuroscience major (concentration in cell & molecular neuroscience), Theology secondary major, and Bioethics minor. His research interests include bioethics, pharmaceutical issues, and the intersection of religion and science

Michael Menconi (FCRH ’15) is currently completing a B.S. in Cognitive Psychology, with minors in Bioethics and Sociology. An aspiring physician and public health professional, Michael’s research interests include public health and community medicine, with particular emphasis on the social mechanisms behind child abuse and the consequent effects of toxic stress on child development.

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