I am an MD-PhD candidate at Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania, respectively. My research interests are in psychiatric anthropology, phenomenology, feminist science studies, and sensory worlding in the context of hospital critical care and recovery. My past work has included research on patient-centered outcomes, quality improvement and patient safety, and health services for immigrant groups in Philadelphia.
2016. BA. University of Pennsylvania. Modern Middle Eastern Studies.
2017. MSc. Durham University. Medical Anthropology.
psychiatric anthropology, science and technology studies, sensory ethnography, history of science, phenomenology, feminist theory, consciousness, subjectivity