Amanda Buster (DC ’25) is an Arizona native majoring in History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health with a concentration in Bioethics. She has worked in bioethics research, studying genomic data sharing policies and adjusting clinical trial protocol to mitigate the risk of consent violation and privacy breach in biospecimen banking. She studies the intersection between ethics and medicine, with a focus on health policy and eliminating health disparity. She has also worked in legal aid and judicial research, studying jury biases and PTSD in Connecticut veterans. On campus she competes with the Yale Undergraduate Moot Court and Ethics Bowl teams, she is Co-President of Davenport College Council and a YCC senator, and a student chair on the Committee on Honors and Academic Standing. After graduation, Amanda hopes to obtain Masters in Bioethics and Juris Doctorate degrees to translate her interests into a meaningful career.