About

I recently graduated from the London School of Economics with an MSc in Inequalities and Social Science. My dissertation analyzed theoretical and empirical links between income inequality and disparities in health outcomes in the United States.

I also work as a research associate at a health care consulting firm, where I have coauthored articles appearing in the American Journal of Cardiology, BMJ Open, and ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research. In my dwindling spare time, I enjoy reading old-school mysteries and humanistic science fiction*, writing fiction of my own, and eating good food with interesting people. Sometimes I tweet.

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* Some people refer to this as “soft” science fiction about societies and people, as opposed to “hard” SF which focuses on scientific accuracy. Instead of “soft” and “hard,” can we make “humanistic” and “mechanistic” a thing?