Elisabeth Armstrong is a master's candidate in Columbia University's bioethics program. She graduated with University Honors from Colorado Christian University earning degrees in political science and philosophy. Elisabeth currently works as a broadcast journalist and anchor at the ABC-Affiliate in Little Rock, Arkansas so she is fascinated by the intersection of bioethics, the media, and public policy development. When she is not practicing yoga or working toward her pilot's license, Elisabeth spends her spare time volunteering at the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences ICU, Cancer Institute, and Translational Research Institute.
Articles Published at Voices in Bioethics
1. "It’s a Boy: Ethical Implications of the First Spindle Nuclear Transfer Birth." Mar 2, 2017.