My teaching, research, and public scholarship center on issues concerning ethics, embodiment, and society, especially as these relate to biomedical practice. Seeking to bring reflective and empirical insights together, I engage work across the humanities and social sciences. Starting in July, I will be holding a position at The Hastings Center as the Rice Family Postdoctoral Fellow in Bioethics and the Humanities.

In addition to completing the monograph-form of my dissertation, “The Life Worth Living: Ethics and the Experiences of Disability,” I am developing two major projects on {a} the bioethical implications of genomic knowledge and {b} the meaning of ability in the later Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty.