I research the social and economic dimensions of networked computing and psychopharmacology. I received my political science MA from York University in 2003 and my history MA and PhD from UCLA in 2009 and 2012, writing my dissertation on the introduction of atypical antipsychotics to US primary care.
- "Lithium," in Cultural Sociology of Mental Illness (2013; with Joel Braslow)
- Sociohistorical Perspectives on ARPANET and NSFNET Traffic Patterns (2013; with Morten Bay)
- An Evaluation of Integrated Care in the Los Angeles County Departments of Mental Health and Health Services, 1972-78 (2014; with Howard Padwa)
- Client Empowerment and Biomedical Thinking in Los Angeles' Mental Health Services (2014; with Joel Braslow and John Brekke)
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