Welcome! Thank you for visiting my site. I am currently a Ph.D candidate in sociology at Stanford University.
I study inequalities in information and knowledge and the implications of these inequalities for people's lives.
I mainly study this using survey methods, statistical and network analyses of gender in academic careers, intellectual distance between departments.
interrelationships between information, knowledge and power;
reproduction of class/income and gender inequality;
network analysis; complex systems; network-based inequality;
healthcare policy reform; equity in health care access; meaningful use of health information technology;
relationships between work and society, technology and society, and science and society; social policy formation;
disability identity and social justice; social implications of bioethics.