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Dustin Holloway

Dustin Holloway

holloway (at) jimmy.harvard.edu

Dustin Holloway is a Non-Stipendiary Fellow in the Program on Science, Technology and Society at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Dustin is also a scientist at the Center for Cancer Computational Biology at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.  He holds an appointment on the Ethics Advisory Committee at Dana Farber and is a Visiting Researcher at the Center for the History and Philosophy of Science at Boston University. Dustin is interested in genome ethics, medical ethics, and synthetic biology. 

 

In particular his research is focused on examining how human genome sequencing should be regulated in the clinic, comparing genetic regulations internationally, and understanding philosophically how genome sequencing alters our conceptions of identity and social justice.Dustin holds a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry (MCBB) and a B.S. in Microbiology. Dustin graduated as Dean’s Fellow at Boston University and a Schreyer Scholar at the Pennsylvania State University.

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