"Adapt and Overcome": The Relationship Between Emergency Departments and the Opioid Epidemic
In my thesis, I argue that the opioid epidemic poses challenges but also opportunities for emergency departments to assess and improve their performance under duress for the betterment of future generations and ailments to come. I first delve into the...
"Alternative" childbirth: the complexity of birthing among Latinx folk in the United States
"It's Gotta be the Shoes": A Case Study on Shoes, Distance Running, and Technology in Sport
Over one weekend at the beginning of October 2019, Eliud Kipchoge's sub-two-hour marathon in the INEOS 1:59 Challenge and Brigid Kosgei's world-record-breaking Chicago Marathon win reset the clock in terms of what was believed to be humanly possible in the...
"Kill the pilgrim, save the water:" Ramapough sovereignty and resistance to the proposed Pilgrim Pipelines
"No Compunction Whatsoever:" An Examination of the Institutional Norms of Science at the MIT Radiation Laboratory During the Second World War and Implications Beyond
'Female Viagra' and the intersection of medicine, gender, and desire: reinforcing misconceptions of female sexuality in the sexopharmaceutical era
A jab well done: acupuncture, American healthcare, and a place for ethnomedicines
A misunderstanding of spacetime throughout "space" and "time"
A Multifaceted Comparison of Concentrated and Distributed Solar Power
A Panacea or a Problem? Electronic Health Records and the Complicated Politics of Its Stakeholder Network
A perspective of the dental state in America: interpreting the socioeconomic costs from poor oral care
A platform of her own: an examination of feminist attempts to reclaim pregnancy from medicalized gynecology
A renewable Cuba: bilateral relations and renewable energy investments between the U.S. and Cuba
A Vision for the Future: Adaptive Spectacles as a Solution to Global Visual Impairment
Adding insult to injury: how clinical research of today highlights disparities for the disadvantaged human participant
An American gunplay: performances of race, gender, and nationalism in three acts
An Analysis of the Verisante Aura in the United States
An Evaluation of the Scope of Challenges Associated with Addressing the Inequitable Access to Menstrual Products in Post-Colonial Rural India
An Eye for the Invisible: Exploring the Role of Image-Making in Science
This thesis tracks the evolution of filmed and photographed depictions of science, emphasizing in particular their dual existence as empirical research tools and stunning works of art.