Graduate Student, Columbia University
Danielle Goldman is a current graduate student studying Bioethics at Columbia University with a focus on the intersection between neuroscience, genetics, and pediatric protections. She graduated with an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience and Behavior from Columbia University in 2016. Her interest in translational research was ignited when she was named an Intel (now: Regeneron) Science Talent Search finalist in 2012. Since then, she has only augmented and diversified her scientific curiosities. In addition to her graduate studies, she currently is a research associate in two laboratories at Columbia studying developmental trajectories of emotion regulation in youth, and prenatal biomarkers of neurodevelopmental risk. Danielle is ardently passionate about continuing her graduate studies in a PhD program that will allow her to integrate her interdisciplinary interests in neuroscience, genetics, bioethics, and developmental science.