Celina Malavé hails from the great state of Texas. One of her favorite things to do is redefine! She is constantly seeking ways to redefine herself, words in her life dictionary, and what things mean to her. How sweet it is to continuously be learning and allowing others to shape and change the way we view the world. Celina is a lover of people, seeker of justice, and is always thinking more about how our identities shape the ways in which we navigate our world.
Celina studied bioengineering in undergrad at Stanford and is currently working as a Research Associate at Phosplatin Therapeutics in NYC, while working on her M.S. in Bioethics at Columbia University.
Articles Published at Voices in Bioethics
1. "Politicize my Bioethics: Compensation for egg cells." Nov 11, 2016.