Ashley Graham Kennedy
Associate Professor of Philosophy
PhD in Philosophy, University of Virginia
BA in Astronomy and Physics, University of Virginia
My two main areas of research are diagnostic reasoning, and global health justice. I also have ongoing projects in reproductive health and pharmaceutical ethics. Some of my recent work has appeared in British Medical Journal, Bioethics, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Journal of Medicine and Philosophy, and Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
I am especially passionate about introducing students to philosophical reasoning. Some of my favorite courses to teach are Symbolic Logic, Philosophy of Medicine, Biomedical Ethics and Theory of Knowledge.
When I'm not working you'll find me surfing, running, free diving, handstanding or hanging out with my husband and sons.