I am a writer and historian of healthcare, medicine, work, and the emotions. My research spans Europe and North America from the eighteenth century to the present day, but my main area of expertise is modern and contemporary British healthcare. I have written, researched, and presented for a range of audiences on everything from cancer in Victorian England, to the 1918 ‘Spanish Flu’ pandemic, to the wellbeing of surgeons in twenty-first-century America.
I received my PhD in modern history from King's College London in 2017 and have since worked at the University of Roehampton, Queen Mary University of London, UCL, and the University of Bristol. I am now a researcher at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.