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Dr Amanda Kerrigan conducts important research at CNA

Dr Amanda Kerrigan conducts important research at CNA

 October 25, 2022

CNA employees conduct honest, accurate, usable research to inform the important work of public policy decision makers.

Dr. Amanda Kerrigan is a Research Scientist in the China and Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Division. Dr. Kerrigan's research at CNA has focused on Chinese developments in artificial intelligence, China's economic statecraft during COVID-19, and Chinese perceptions of US military operations and activities worldwide.

Impressive qualifications

Dr. Kerrigan holds a PhD in China Studies from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, a Master's degree in Chinese Politics and Diplomacy from Fudan University in Shanghai, and a Bachelor's degree in Asian Studies from Georgetown University.

Dr. Kerrigan was a Fulbright Fellow in China from 2015-2016, studying protest and violence in China's health care system. Fluent in Chinese, Dr. Kerrigan spent four years living between mainland China and Taiwan.

Prior career experience

Dr. Kerrigan's previous professional experiences include working in the China Practice at the Albright Stonebridge Group and collaborating with Johns Hopkins Medicine International.

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