I am Associate Professor of Sociology in the School of Sociology at University of Arizona. I am currently completing a book that is a radical re-imagination of how physicians manage and maintain the authority we give them. My research focuses on medicine, work and occupations, culture, qualitative methods, and theory.
I previously worked at Michigan State University, where I was honored to receive the 2017 Teacher-Scholar and the 2018 Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year awards.
I received my BA from the University of Wisconsin--Madison, my MPhil from the University of Cambridge, and my MA and PhD from the University of Chicago.