I am a PhD candidate in Sociology at Indiana University, Bloomington. Before arriving at Indiana University, I completed my B.A. at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, majoring in Environment and Development.
My research and teaching interests are primarily in political and medical sociology, and centered on globalization, culture, institutions and development.
My dissertation lies at the intersection of political, medical and cultural sociology and examines health sector reform in Latin America, focusing
on Argentina, Costa Rica and Peru. I spent most of 2011 conducting
interviews with policy makers and doing archival research in these three
countries funded by a National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant. You can find out more about my dissertation and research here.
I have designed and taught several undergraduate courses, including undergraduate statistics as well as introduction to sociology and medical sociology. You can find more information about my teaching experience here.
For more information please see my CV (opens as a pdf) or contact me.