I'm a philosophy researcher based at the Institute of Philosophy of Leibniz Universität Hannover (Germany).
My research is in philosophy of science, with particular interests in data and biomedical research.
I am fascinated by the relations between the collection of data and our understanding of the world. I explore these relations in biomedicine, particularly research that looks at the interface between population, environment and health, such as epidemiology. I approach my research by integrating empirical methods and case studies with philosophical analysis.
🚨News spring 2020🚨
- On data, epidemiology and COVID-19: Philosophical Considerations about Covid-19: Why We Need Transparency.
You can find my CV with list of publications here. Feel free to get in touch via email. Being a cliché millennial, you can also find me on Twitter and Instagram.