I am a Rhodes Scholar, DPhil/PhD candidate in political philosophy, and Lecturer in Political Theory at the University of Oxford.
As a political philosopher, I specialise in theories of social, global, and distributive justice. I have particular interests in egalitarianism; global health justice and biomedical ethics; the nature and scope of our duties and responsibilities of justice; the nature and significance of vulnerability in justice and normative ethical theories; and methodology in political philosophy. Recent work on these themes has appeared in the Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (CRISPP), the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, and the Journal of Value Inquiry, among other venues.
My doctoral research focuses on the demands of justice in global health, where I am developing a cosmopolitan account of justice in health.