I am a historian of science, medicine, and technology. Presently, I hold an SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto.
In 2018, I received a PhD in history with a concentration in the history of science and medicine from Yale University. Before pursuing my doctorate, I earned a BA in history and an MA in the history of medicine from McGill University.
Broadly speaking, my research focuses on health, capitalism, and the body in the twentieth-century. While I am pursuing a diverse set of projects (you can learn more here and here), I maintain a particular interest the history of the circumpolar regions and in examining the value systems that structure research, whether it be historical, anthropological, biomedical, or scientific. Through my work, I draw attention to the ethical obligations, enduring relationships, and forms of harm that are generated during various types of research encounters.
I’m from Nanaimo, British Columbia.
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