Anya Prince is a Professor at the University of Iowa College of Law. Professor Prince’s teaching and research interests explore health and genetic privacy, with a particular focus on genetic discrimination, the health privacy implications of big data, and the ethical, legal, and social implications of genomic testing. Her interdisciplinary work has been published in legal, bioethics, and medical journals, including North Carolina Law Review, Iowa Law Review, JAMA, the American Journal of Bioethics, Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, and Genetics in Medicine.
In 2022, she was awarded a four-year R01 grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the ethical, legal, and social implications of sociogenomic polygenic scores. Professor Prince is a former Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law. Before joining the legal academy, she served as a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the UNC Center for Genomics and Society (CGS) in the Department of Social Medicine at UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine. In addition to her research role, Professor Prince has also worked as a Skadden Fellow and Staff Attorney at the Cancer Legal Resource Center in Los Angeles, California.
JD, Georgetown Law (2010)
MPP, Georgetown Law (2010)
BA, UCLA (2004)
Anya Prince is not teaching any Law courses in Spring 2024.
Courses During Other Semesters
|254.52 sec. 001
|Anti-Discrimination Policies In Insurance Law