Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology
Cross-Appointed in the School of Public Health and Health Systems
Office: PAS 2009
Jennifer is a medical and cultural anthropologist who works on emerging biotechnologies and cross-cultural ethics. Her work considers the cultural roles and meanings of science and on science and health collaborations, and is largely focused in Taiwan.. Her interests include science policy, global health and health disparities, and gender and race in science. She teaches courses on Cultural Anthropology, Medical Anthropology, East Asian STS, and Global Health.