I am currently a postdoctoral fellow with the Neukom Institute for Computational Science and the Department of Anthropology at Dartmouth College. I am also a research affiliate with the Indigenous STS Lab and the Department of Anthropology at the University of Texas at Austin.
Broadly, my work focuses on the connections between power, knowledge production, and the body. I am interested in the ways that social, political, historical, and molecular forces act together in the formation of human and non-human biology. I am especially concerned with the bodily impacts of social inequalities across class, race, gender, and ethnic divides. I am also interested in the ways that historically marginalized scientists are shifting knowledge production in science and in the development of intersectional, anti-racist, science justice projects
As a deeply integrative anthropologist, I draw methodological and theoretical inspiration from a wide variety of areas including genomics, epigenomics, bio/archaeology, ethnography, queer and feminist science studies, indigenous feminisms, and decolonialism, among others.