I am a medical anthropologist. My research and teaching interests are focused on how people construe and negotiate ethical problems of care. Through a diverse range of projects, I have explored: how people decide whom they should care for and how, how these values are instilled, and how they change over time.
- Higher Powers: Alcohol and After in Uganda's Capital City
- Substance use policy and practice in the COVID-19 pandemic: Learning from early pandemic responses through internationally comparative field data
- Keeping it in the family: The moral economy of Suboxone in southwest Virginia
- Reliving it All Over Again: Uncanny Temporalities of Injection Drug Use and Hepatitis C Diagnosis in Southwest Virginia, USA
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