Shari is a graduate of the accelerated MS program at Alden March Bioethics Institute in Albany, NY. She attended Yale University’s Center for Interdisciplinary Bioethics as a visiting scholar and completed a rigorous clinical internship at MD Anderson Cancer Center, where she now works as a Senior Research Data Coordinator in the Division for Palliative, Rehabilitative, and Integrative Medicine. She is currently pursuing an MPH with a focus in community health and hopes to continue her studies with a DrPH program and fellowship. She is particularly interested in sexual health, barriers to cancer screening insular communities, and the issues facing aging populations.
Drawing upon her multidisciplinary training, Shari enjoys writing about controversial topics in medicine and healthcare technology. She has been invited to present her work at numerous conferences and to serve on various panels. In her spare time, she bowls competitively and whispers sweet nothings to her cat.
Articles Published at Voices in Bioethics
1. "An Ethical Assessment of Fertility Preservation in Pediatric and Adolescent Patients." Oct 29, 2017.
2. "Memories Shouldn't Last a Megabyte." Mar 28, 2017.