Emily Goldsher-Diamond, Research Associate

Emily's past research has examined the nexus between technology, accessibility and health. She has a particular interest in processes of innovation in the American healthcare ecosystem, and uses qualitative and ethnographic methods to study how people think about and experience technology.

Emily is currently enrolled in a graduate program in Medical Anthropology at the University of Connecticut, and holds a Master of Arts in Media, Culture and Communication from New York University. While at NYU, Emily worked on issues related to consumer privacy and values in technical design.Emily received her Bachelor of Arts from Sarah Lawrence College, where she studied writing. 

Before pursuing graduate study, Emily worked as a communications professional. She is committed to the accessibility and strategic deployment of research findings in order to maximize and operationalize rich data.