- University of WarwickPhD Candidate at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, present
- University of Warwick, Centre of Interdisciplinary MethodologiesPhD, Data & Health Science, presentMy doctoral research will be exploring how individuals’ online interactions inform their health-navigation of the city. The working title of my study is: Twitter: Re-Writing The City Landscape With Commons Health Knowledge. With the case study of Coeliac Disease, the study aims to visualize the flow of patient interaction through Twitter to detect patterns of decision-making and risk-aversion, by creating a virtual map of health annotations in both London and New York.
- Goldsmiths CollegeDigital Sociology, 2011 - 2012
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