I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Science and Technology Studies (STS) at York University. 

Find an updated version (April 2023) of my CV here.

My PhD research draws on scholarship from science and technology studies, clinical & sensory ethnography, and postphenomenology to study 1) the experience of living in pain, and 2) biotechnologies of pain expression & measurement in the clinical encounter.

By speaking with patients, care providers, app designers, and healthcare consultants, my work maps the material, technical, and invisible parts of pain care infrastructure in the United States and Canada.