Olivia Kates, MD, MA
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Division of Infectious Disease, Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Kates is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins in Transplant Infectious Diseases and a bioethicist with the Berman Institute of Bioethics at Johns Hopkins. She studies ethical challenges in infectious diseases and organ transplantation, including pre-transplant vaccination requirements, liver transplantation for people who consume alcohol, and xenotransplantation, and is currently working with a multi-disciplinary group to develop ethically informed guidelines for TB isolation.
The September TRAC Seminar Series is presented by the Administrative Core.