Jason Ashe, 2015-2016
is from Long Island, NY and is currently pursuing a Master of Theology. After graduating from MIT with a B.S. in Chemistry, Jason came directly to Duke Divinity School to obtain his system has addressed Black bodies throughout history and the consequences of these Master of Divinity (’14), focusing broadly on medical ethics, pastoral care, and end-of-life care. Following this, Jason was employed by Duke University School of Medicine Department of Immunology as a Research Technician, engaging Multiple Sclerosis heterogeneity and Cryptococcal-mediated Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome. Jason discerned a calling to the academy in Clinical Psychology with hopes of conversing in the intersectionality of religiosity, culture, and psychiatric & psychological disorders. His Th.M. study focuses on the ways in which the American Healthcare practices on Black religiosity in Christian formation.