My name is Lisa Campo-Engelstein and I am a new postdoctoral fellow in bioethics. I received a B.A. from Middlebury College, with a double major in philosophy and pre-med, as well as a minor in sociology. I did my graduate work at Michigan State University in philosophy with a focus on bioethics, feminist theory, and social/political philosophy. The title of my Masters thesis was “A Feminist Critique of Rational Democratic Deliberation for Health Care Rationing” and the title of my dissertation was “Contraceptive Responsibility: Trust, Gender, and Ideology.” I am now examining ethical issues surrounding Oncofertility, especially as they relate to gender and sexuality, justice and allocation, and philosophical understandings of disease.