McKenna Tennant

MPH Public Health Genetics
BA in History of Science, Medicine and Public Health, Yale University
Areas of Interest: 
Policy issues in genomics Ethical, legal, and social implications

McKenna Tennant, MPH in Public Health Genetics, is interested in policy issues in genomics. Her particular interests include the regulation of genetic tests; coverage and reimbursement of clinical sequencing; and the ethical, legal, and social implications of genetic research and technologies, specifically with regard to accessibility and health disparities. McKenna holds a BA in History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health from Yale University, where she studied the history of genetic engineering and government regulation of transgenic animals.

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