Visiting Student (Stip) in Global Health and Social Medicine (EXT)
Theofilos (Theo) El Sayed Omar is an aspiring cardiothoracic surgeon with a profound interest in lung and heart transplantation. He is currently an MA candidate in Medical Ethics at Keele University School of Law in the UK. His dissertation research focuses on public health, end-of-life-care and organ donation ethics. He has an avid curiosity of medical philosophy and clinical ethics, and is fluent in both Greek and Arabic. Theo sits on the UK Donation Ethics Committee and teaches bioethics classes at Yale University.
Glenn Ellis, MPH, is the president of Strategies for Well-Being, a health and wellness educator, an IRB member, and a medical writer whose work focuses on health equity and ethics in medicine. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, his undergraduate studies were in a pre-med core curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a certified health care ethicist from St. Joseph’s University, and received his MPH at the University of Liverpool.
Kristen Elwell, JD, is the associate director of research policy and compliance in Harvard’s Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology. She received her BA from American University and her JD from Suffolk University Law School with a concentration in health and biomedical law. She is particularly interested in areas of bioethics relating to stem cell and regenerative biology, as well as how policies are shaped by bioethics. Kristen was a member of the Suffolk University Law School’s Journal of Health & Biomedical Law.
Visiting Postgrad Research Fellow (Stip) in Global Health and Social Medicine (EXT)
Talia Engelhart, MPH is the Program Director for the Young Parents Program at Boston Children’s Hospital, a primary care clinic for teen parents and their children that provide comprehensive medical and social services. Earlier in her career she worked for the Penn Center for Bioethics, the US Dept of Health and Human Services, and the Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma. Additionally, she is a certified mediator with an interest in family conflict.
Associate Professor of Global Health and Poplulation
Nir Eyal is Associate Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine (Bioethics) at the Harvard Medical School. He is also appointed at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health Department of Global Health and Population, and at the Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health. Prior to joining the Harvard faculty, Dr. Eyal was the Harold T. Shapiro Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioethics at the Center for Human Values of Princeton University and previously, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Clinical Bioethics of the National Institutes of Health.