Shayna Korol is a program associate for NTI’s Global Biological Policy and Programs (NTI | bio). In this role, she supports work on addressing global catastrophic biological risks, bioweapon disincentivization efforts, advocacy activities, and the NextGen for Biosecurity Competition.

Prior to serving as a program associate, Korol was the inaugural Biosecurity Policy Fellow at NTI, sponsored by the Open Philanthropy Technology Policy Fellowship. In this capacity, she co-authored several articles on risk reduction and the Joint Assessment Mechanism.

She has been involved in health policy research throughout her career, and works to communicate the risk of global catastrophic biological risks to a variety of stakeholders. Korol holds a B.A. from Brandeis University in Health Science, Society, and Policy.



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