Krystal Tsosie is an expert in Indigenous genomics, bioethics, data policy, governance, and using artificial intelligence for data sharing and informed consent of genomic data.
Her research promotes equity in genetics and genomics research relating to Indigenous communities and people in health, biomedicine, conservation biology, and ancient DNA.
She is an assistant professor in the School of Life Sciences. Her research and Indigenous data science education advocacy are changing the ethical norms of research and policy across scientific disciplines.
She collaborates with global Indigenous communities, national and international experts, educators, and policymakers to facilitate equitable research.
Her research focuses on disparities in genomic research involving Indigenous communities and how the scientific community can protect Indigenous autonomy.