I am a Professor in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at King's College London, and currently serve as Head of Department. I am also President-Elect of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S).
My research explores feminist, antiracist, and postcolonial engagements with science, technology, and medicine. Broadly, I am engaged in ongoing research in three intersecting areas: racism and health, feminist theory and biomedicine, and social studies of pharmaceuticals.
I am the author of three books:
"'A passion to change the landscape and drive a renaissance': The mRNA Hub at Afrigen as Decolonial Aspiration," co-authored with Lauren Paremoer, Frontiers in Public Health 28 November 2022, doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.1065993.
"Race and Biomedicine Beyond the Lab: 21st Century Mobilisations of Genetics—Introduction to the Special Issue," co-authored with Amade M'charek, Nadine Ehlers, Melissa Creary, and Vivette Garcia-Deister, BioSocieties 16.4 (December 2021): 433-446.
"Bleak Biopolitics and Abolitionist Aspirations: Recent Books on Race," Books Forum co-authored with Vivette-Garcia-Deister, BioSocieties 16.4 (December 2021): 574-581.
Sickening: Anti-Black Racism and Health Disparities in the United States, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2021.
"Unintended by Design: On the Political Uses of 'Unintended Consequences'," coauthored with Nassim Parvin, Engaging Science, Technology and Society Vol. 6 (2020): DOI: https://doi.org/10.17351/ests2020.497.
See CV for full list of publications.
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