Emily Herrington is a PhD candidate in Communication and an MA student in Bioethics at University of Pittsburgh with focus areas in rhetoric of science, disability studies, STS, feminist theory, and oral history. Prior to her doctoral work, Emily studied English literature and writing (poetry) at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky (B.A. '08) and science writing at MIT (M.S. '11).
Read Emily's recently published paper (with Lisa S. Parker), "Narrative Methods for Assessing Quality of Life in Hand Transplantation: Five case studies with bioethical commentary”: https://rdcu.be/bfrwN