Curriculum Vitae









Teaching Experience    

As Instructor

“The Cycle of Life: A History of Ecology,” at the History Department, Yale University, New Haven, CT, upcoming in Spring 2005

“‘Lives in Science,’ History of Science, 18th-20th Centuries,” at the History Department, George Washington University, Washington, DC, Fall 2003

“History of Modern Medicine, An Historical Approach,” at the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University, Summer 2002

As Teaching Assistant

“Lives in Science,” taught section and delivered two lectures (with Professor Daniel P. Todes), Fall 2002  

“The Automobile Age,” taught two sections (with Professor Stuart W. Leslie), Spring 2002  

“History of Medicine, Ancient Period to the Scientific Revolution,” taught one section (with Professor Jerome Bylebyl), Fall 2000  

“History of Modern Medicine, 18th-20th Century,” taught two sections (with Professors Mary Fissell and Harry Marks), Spring 2000  

“Lives in Science,” taught section and delivered two lectures (with Professor Daniel Todes), Fall 1999  

“Science in the Western Tradition: The Rise of Modern Science,” taught one section (with Professor Sharon Kingsland), Spring 1999  

“Science in the Western Tradition: Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern,” taught one section (with Professor Lawrence Principe), Fall 1998    


Senior Thesis mentor, Program in the History of Medicine and History of Science, Yale University, Fall 2004

International Baccalaureate Extended Essay Mentor/Expert Reader, Westwood High School, Austin, Texas, Fall 2002