Departments & Organizations
Global Health Initiative: Anthropology & Culture
Joanna Radin received her PhD in History and Sociology of Science from the University of Pennsylvania. Her research examines the social and technical conditions of possibility for the systems of biomedicine and biotechnology that we live with today. She has particular interests in the history of biomedical technology, scientific collections, anthropology, public health, humanism, and research ethics.
Education & Training
|PhD||University of Pennsylvania (2012)|
|MS||University of Pennsylvania (2007)|
|MS||Cornell University, Communication (2004)|
|BS||Cornell University, Communication (2002)|