Kelsey Berry is a PhD candidate in Health Policy, concentrating in Ethics. Her primary interest is justice and health resource allocation. Her dissertation will consider the role of vulnerability in the allocation of health resources, where vulnerability is defined as poor integration of a person or group into the institutional or relational features of a society. She is also broadly interested in tensions between partiality and fairness, and the personal and political. At Harvard, Berry has served as a teaching fellow in graduate courses in public health ethics and health policy, and has been supported by the National Institute of Mental Health to carry out empirical research in mental health policy. She holds a BA in Political Philosophy and Neuroscience from Princeton University.
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