Sam Doernberg, BA
Sam Doernberg is a second-year pre-doctoral fellow in the Department of Bioethics. He graduated from Cornell University in 2015 with majors in Philosophy and Neurobiology, and a minor in Law and Society. His undergraduate research focused on the intersection of free will, neuroscience, and criminal justice. He also conducted research on carcinoma metastasis. While at the NIH, Sam has worked on ethical issues raised by advances in neuroscience and genetics technologies. He also conducts research in clinical and research ethics, on issues such as the role morality obligations of physicians, and data sharing. After his fellowship, Sam intends to pursue a career in medicine.
Curriculum Vitae (128 KB)
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