I have two main research interests. First, I study politics and policy related to innovation, with an eye towards developing technologies and policies that better address ethics, social, and justice, including public, concerns. Second, I am interested in the politics of knowledge and expertise in policymaking, including whether and how scientific knowledge systems shape decisions.
I have explored the development of controversies over life form patents in the United States and Europe, genetic testing for breast and ovarian cancer in the United States and Britain, and the emerging politics of geoengineering. I am now investigating the politics of innovation in international development, with a focus in India.
You can view a full list of my publications on my CV. You can also click on the images below to get more detailed information about each of my projects including links to my publications.