Currently, I am an assistant professor at the University at Albany, SUNY after serving as visiting assistant professor in the women’s and gender studies program at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. I completed my Ph.D. dissertation, “Lifestyle Sex Selection: Reproduction, Transnational Flows, and Inequality” from the Department of Women’s Studies at the University of Maryland in the spring of 2012. My research interests lie in developing new approaches to feminist theorizations of reproduction and feminist science and technology studies. Topically, I have focused on issues that lie at the intersection of reproductive technologies, health, bioethics and biomedicine. Through engagement as a scholar-activist within international and national women's health and reproductive justice movements, I contributed to feminist analysis of global population control, right-wing environmentalism, coercive practices and unethical testing related to contraceptive and sterilization technologies both inside and outside the U.S.