I am Assistant Professor in the Department African American Studies at Princeton, where I study the social dimensions of science, medicine, and technology, race-ethnicity and health, knowledge and biopolitics. I am also the author of two books—People’s Science: Bodies and Rights on the Stem Cell Frontier and Race After Technology (Polity, forthcoming), and editor of Captivating Technology: Race, Technoscience, and the Carceral Imagination (Duke University Press, forthcoming), and I write, teach, and speak widely about the relationship between innovation and equity, science and citizenship, health and justice. 2017 CV. Imagination Incubator. TEDx Talk.