I am a philosopher specialising in moral and political philosophy. I am particularly interested in theories of social, global, and distributive justice and their application to debates in health and public policy. Academic work on these themes has appeared in the Journal of Ethics, the Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (CRISPP), the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, and the Journal of Value Inquiry, among other venues.
I am currently a Lecturer in Political Theory at the University of Oxford, responsible for directing the political theory/political philosophy programme at Pembroke College, Oxford.
I am passionate about sharing the benefits and impacts of philosophy outside the academy. I have published widely in the mainstream media, and have advised Government Ministers and Departments, businesses, and organisations in my capacity as a philosopher. I have also written several policy reports and briefings.
I have won several awards for my academic research and teaching, including the Rhodes Scholarship, the Jacobsen Studentship Prize (Royal Institute of Philosophy), and a Recognition of Excellence in Teaching Award (Pembroke College, University of Oxford)