Past speaking engagements (selected)
March 2021 — Aligning temporalities: Navigating the challenges of translating cancer signals into technologies for the early detection of cancer. Chronic Living Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark.
May 2021 — Disentangling hype from hope in cancer care: When biomarker discovery and novel forms of patient work meet. Senior seminar, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge.
June 2019 —Outliers in cancer research: who are the ‘hard-to-reach’ and for whom? Paper presented with Kelly Robinson at the ASA conference. Norwich, UK.
September 2018 — Is Pembrolizumab a game changer in cancer care? Possibility and frailty of world-making projects. Wellcome Trust networking workshop ‘Remaking Cancer’. Manchester, UK.
Events co-organised as part of CRASSH Health Medicine Agency Research Network (2020-2021)
- 01 December 2020 — Ethnographic Approaches to Health Inequalities
- 16 March 2021 — Personalisation Practices in Cancer Research
- 19 January 2021 — Digital Diagnostic Technologies
- 14 May 2021 — Practices of (Non) Engagement With Health Services
- 27 April 2021 — Ethnographic Approaches to ‘Non-Normal Bodies’
Panels and workshops organised during the fellowship
Chronic Living panel “Living with cancer: between the promises of innovations and the experience of chronicity”. University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Co-organised with Cinzia Greco and Nils Graeber (March 2021).
Multidisciplinary workshop ‘Ethnographies of disease stratification: Understanding novel clinical practices and their social consequences in contemporary cancer care’, Cambridge, UK. Co-organised with Julia Swallow, Emily Ross, Cinzia Greco, and Henry Llewellyn (April 2019).