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Current Graduate Students

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Meagan Allen mesallenatindiana.edu Medieval Medicine: I am interested in the origin and transmission routes of pandemics and panzootics in the early medieval period, as well as how  physicians and writers of the Byzantine Empire understood their origins, transmission, and the medical properties of the treatments used to cure them. I am also interested in the boundary between religion and medicine in treatment.
Josua Aponte-Serrano joaponteatindiana.edu
Evan Arnet earnetatindiana.edu Philosophy of Biology
Michael Bailey bailemiaatindiana.edu
Nicolas Bamballi bamballiatindiana.edu
Kimberly Brumble kbrumbleatindiana.edu
Chris ChoGlueck cglueckatindiana.edu philosophy of science, values in science, science and public policy
Archie Fields III arcfieldatindiana.edu
Kate Grauvogel kgrauvogatindiana.edu

19th and 20th century Western history and philosophy of medicine, gender, stigma, feminist epistemologies, American pragmatism and feminism

Ashley Inglehart asjingleatindiana.edu
Paul Kelly kellypaatiu.edu
Samuel Ketchum (Ryan) sarketchatindiana.edu
Aaron Martinez aajamartatindiana.edu
Martin McNeela (Patrick) mmcneelaatindiana.edu
Nicholas McNeely ngmcneelatiu.edu
Ali Mirza alimirzaatiu.edu
Tyler Nighswander tnighswaatindiana.edu History of biology and Islamic philosophy
Jon Oatess otessjatindiana.edu
Sarah Reynolds sajoreynatindiana.edu
David Rogers damrogeratindiana.edu
Laura Seger lmsegeratindiana.edu Philosophy of Biology and Biomedical Ethics
Christina Stiso cstisoatindiana.edu Philosophy of Science, Cognitive Science, Neurophilosophy
Brenton Wells brewellsatindiana.edu
Shane Zappettini szappettatindiana.edu
Nicholas Zautra nzautraatindiana.edu

General philosophy of science, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of psychology, philosophy of psychiatry, biomedical ethics, research ethics, addiction, satire, humor, consciousness, public perceptions of science and technology