Student Fellow Alumna
Katherine Kraschel’s primary research interests include assisted reproductive technologies, biomedicalization through the regulation of health care and insurance, and gender 21 equity in health care. She graduated from Mount Holyoke College in Biochemistry, where she served as Student Body President and played on the varsity soccer team. Prior to law school, Katherine worked as a senior associate scientist at Pfizer Global Research & Development. Her fellowship project examined the ways in which existing regulatory frameworks, such as those governing clinical trials and prostitution, may be used as models for surrogacy regulation. She also considered the appropriate point of regulatory intervention within the surrogacy transaction.