I am a historian of science, medicine, and technology. My research fuses approaches from history and the biomedical sciences to study the history of infectious disease, drug and vaccine regulation, and international health. I am currently writing a global history of the laboratory networks and microbial culture collections underpinning global infectious disease surveillance. I am particularly interested in a technology called bacteriophage-typing. I am also a member of an interdisciplinary group of experts reviewing issues of vaccine trust, emergency licensing, and vaccine damages during the COVID19 pandemic (https://www.biicl.org/projects/emergency-products-and-covid-19).