Javier Múgica Nano was a winter intern at the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, Múgica Nano competed at the IV Constitutional Law II Competition in 2021, where he earned the title of top speaker. In 2022, he served as a coach at the V edition of the competition, where he guided fellow students in critical thinking, legal strategies, and public speaking. He has also previously served as president of the Student Council of Instituto Ángel D’Elía.

In his pursuit of health justice, Múgica Nano actively promoted blindness prevention campaigns in Chaco (northern Argentina) and served as a non-medical assistant in two campaigns organized by the Nano Foundation in 2018.

Currently, Múgica Nano is collaborating with Yale University’s Dr. Fernando Bracaccini on a research project exploring moral philosophy. This project focuses on the intricate ethical aspects arising during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mugica Nano is a third-year law student at Torcuato Di Tella University in Argentina.

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