Kadija Ferryman is a cultural anthropologist who studies the social, cultural, and ethical implications of health information technologies. Specifically, her research examines how genomics, digital medical records, artificial intelligence, and other technologies mediate the production of social difference and racial disparities in health. She is currently assistant professor the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics and the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. Ferryman completed postdoctoral training at the Data & Society Research Institute in New York, where she led the Fairness in Precision Medicine research study, which examined the potential for bias and discrimination in predictive precision medicine. She also conducted policy research on racial discrimination and public housing redevelopment at the Urban Institute in Washington, DC.