His research in the Center for Genetic Research Ethics and Law focuses on personalized genomic medicine and end-of-life care.
He received a BS in biological chemistry and a BA in chemistry from The University of Chicago, where he was editor in chief of the Chicago Maroon. Ankuda, MD, MPH was an intern in family medicine in the urban underserved track at the University of Washington in Seattle when she edited the July 2012 issue of Virtual Mentor on the ethics of shared decision making.
He taught high school chemistry and physics for 6 years in low-income schools in South Central Los Angeles as a Teach For America corps member and an employee of Green Dot Public Schools.
After earning a master's degree in bioethics, he worked in the clinical ethics department of a community hospital in Los Angeles.
While at Brown, he spent summers at the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania and at the Hastings Center.
He also worked as an editor for The Catalyst, the university's interdisciplinary humanities and sciences magazine.
She is a graduate of the University of Vermont College of Medicine and the Harvard School of Public Health.
Her research interests include the assessment of the quality of decision making, especially at the end of life; surrogate decision making; and disparities in end-of-life care.
Previously, he spent a year as a research associate with the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.
He received a BA in biological sciences and in musical studies from the University of Southern California and an MA from the Bioethics & Society Programme at King’s College London.