- Alex Engel: An Analysis of Moral Panic after an Act of Bioterrorism
- Caitlin Hird: VacciNation
- Crystal Lee: Moratorium on Smallpox Research
- Jack Hennessy: Bioterrorist Threats and Community Water Supplies
- Jennifer Li: Dual-Use Research: An Ethics and Policy Based Analysis
- Lauren Edelson: Taking Down Zoonotic Diseases
- Myles Mann: The Greatest Pathogen: Managing Public Fear in an Outbreak
- Olivia Bryant: The Ethics of Early-Stage Entrepreneurship in the Biotechnology Sector
- Shaden Alsheik: Letter to the Norwegian Nobel Committee
- Sharon Kim: Lessons Learned from the 2001 Anthrax Letter Attacks
- Victoria Wee: Where the Health Are We Headed?
Caitlin Hird: VacciNation
Caitlin Hird is currently a senior studying Public Policy at Stanford University with plans to co-term in MS&E on the financial
analytics track. This upcoming year she will be a member of The Cardinal Fund.
In her paper, Caitlin pitches her business plan for VacciNation, a new platform for crowd-funding drug development to fill in the gaps between potential profit and cost. She identifies the need for a new means of funding drug development and proposes a solution: VacciNation. Additionally, Caitlin outlines the lack of competitors, and the environment provided by the drug development industry that VacciNation will be built in.