Caroline Moore is a Social Science Research Professional at the National Center for ELSI Resources and Analysis (CERA). She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Oregon with a bachelor's degree in Philosophy and minors in Anthropology, Food Studies, and Psychology. Her degree focused on an interdisciplinary approach to social justice and ethics, not just from an academic perspective but their pragmatic application in the world. Prior to joining SCBE, Caroline worked in the non-profit sector fighting for equitable access to health care. Her most recent position at NARAL Pro-Choice America connected her to national and local public policy and political advocacy advancing reproductive freedom. Her areas of interest include applied ethics, intersectional analysis of social, political, and economic injustices, and DEI work.
Ariadne Nichol is a researcher at the National Center for ELSI Resources and Analysis (CERA). She earned her bachelors degree in Human Biology with a concentration in Biomedical Ethics from Stanford University, where she graduated with honors in Ethics in Society and was a Public Service Scholar. She has previously worked on global public health research ethics topics at Doctors Without Borders and at the World Health Organization (WHO). She also has published on One Health and emerging infectious disease issues in the American Journal of Bioethics. Her areas of interest include ethical issues of biomedical research in vulnerable populations; ethical challenges arising from emerging infectious diseases and use of experimental therapeutics; as well as ethical and social issues raised by application of big data and machine learning in health care and pharmacogenetics.