School of Foreign Service
Kayla Zamanian (SFS’23) is a junior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in science, technology, and international affairs and minoring in French and medical humanities. She is also a research assistant at Georgetown's Center for Global Health Science and Security and has conducted independent research during summer 2021 through Georgetown's Lisa J. Raines Fellowship on the COVID-19 vaccine access gap and guaranteeing equitable access to lifesaving countermeasures in future pandemics. Kayla’s interests lie at the nexus of emerging infectious diseases, human rights, ethics, and international law. As a fall 2021 GHI student fellow, she researched human rights law with Andrés Constantin.