MBioeth, BA (Philosophy & Psychology)
Contact No. : 660 11629
Rachel joined CBmE as a Research Associate in May 2016. She is currently involved in conducting research on a number of different projects relating to global health, and Appreciative Inquiry as a pedagogic style of fostering professionalism in medical schools. Her research interests includes vulnerability, humanitarian aid, and human rights issues.
Rachel was a summer intern at the Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics’ Summer Institute (Class of 2013), and her interest in bioethics led her to pursue a Masters in Bioethics (2014-2015) at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. She has also previously attained Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Philosophy and Psychology) from Monash. Before joining CBmE, Rachel worked as a Teaching Associate at Monash’s Centre for Human Bioethics on a teaching project for medical students, on the subject of justice in healthcare resource allocation.
Rachel is currently working on a number of different projects relating to global health and Appreciative Inquiry as a pedagogic style of fostering professionalism in medical schools.
For the projects relating to global health, she is currently researching issues relating to:
For projects relating to Appreciative Inquiry, she is currently researching issues relating to: