I am interested in the contemporary (21st century) history of the life sciences, especially (1) the formation of the field of sociogenomics at the interface of genetics and the social sciences and (2) notions of responsibility in the conduct and communication of science
I entered the History of Science, Medicine and Technology field after having worked as a biochemist, science journalist, and research publicist.
A.B. Princeton University, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
- “Abstraction, Data-Centric Biology, and Social Science after the Genome”
Courses Taught as TA
- Hist Sci 150 – The Digital Age
- Hist Sci 2020 – The Making of Modern Science