Daniel Arias

Daniel Arias (CC'15) is a History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health major, focusing on global health and bioethics. He is interested in studying the nexus of law, medicine, and health, and in using a historical approach to inform global health policies and interventions. On campus, he serves as an editor of the Yale Bioethics Journal and president of the Bioethics Debate Club. He is interested in issues of treatment adherence, mental health services, and healthcare access, and hopes to pursue a career in human rights and global health law.

Calhoun
Class:
2015
Major:
History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health