My research initially takes inspiration from my undergraduate education in biology and neuroscience. My time both in the classroom, and working in a neuropharmacology lab, drove me to have profound questions about how science worked, and to pursue graduate study in the philosophy of science. It is my long-held belief that these two disciplines fields (philosophy and science) work best in connection with one another.  I’m interested in how science and philosophy can work together to answer important questions. To this end, I take seriously not only what scientists say, but also what they do.

However, as my research has matured, a deeper thematic unification has emerged. I’m interested in the concept of neutrality, why it is important to us across so many different domains, and its connections we take ourselves to know and to social power.

Take a look at my works in progress for a more in-depth look at what I’m up to!

Click below to watch a talk I delivered!