Grad Students

Will Schupmann

Contact Information

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Fields of Study

Medical Sociology, Mixed Methods


  • Schupmann, Will, and Jonathan D. Moreno. “Belmont in Context.” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 63, no. 2 (2020). Link.
  • Schupmann, Will, and Christine Grady. “Highs and Lows of Research: Exploring Value in Research Cases.” In Oxford Handbook of Research Ethics, edited by Douglas Mackay and Ana Iltis. Forthcoming.
  • Schupmann, Will, Leila Jamal, and Benjamin E. Berkman. “Re-examining the Ethics of Genetic Counseling in the Genomic Era.” Journal of Bioethical Inquiry (2020). Link.
  • Jamal, Leila, Will Schupmann, and Benjamin E. Berkman. “An Ethical Framework for Genetic Counseling in the Genomic Era.” Journal of Genetic Counseling (2019). Link.
  • Schupmann, Will. “Human Experimentation in Public Schools: How Schools Served as Sites of Vaccine Trials in the 20th Century.” American Journal of Public Health 108, no. 8 (2018): 1015-1022. Link.
  • Schupmann, Will, Katherine Riva, Seipone Mphele, Neo Moshashane, Mitchelle Matesva, and Elizabeth Lowenthal. “Phenomenology of Substance Use Among School-Going Adolescents in Botswana.” International Journal of School Health 5, no. 4 (2018). Link.
  • Riva, Katherine, Lynne Allen-Taylor, Will Schupmann, Seipone Mphele, Neo Moshashane, and Elizabeth Lowenthal. “Prevalence and Predictors of Alcohol and Drug Use among Secondary School Students in Botswana: A Cross-Sectional Study.” BMC Public Health 18 (2018). Link.

Grants and Awards

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship 2020 - 2024

Conference Presentations

"Exploring the Motivations of Research Participants Who Chose Not to Learn Medically Actionable Genetic Information about Themselves." ELSI Congress, Columbia University, 2020 (Cancelled due to COVID-19)

"Re-examining Nondirectiveness in the Genomic Era." American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Annual Conference, 2019


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B.A. in Health and Societies, University of Pennsylvania