My work is centered around ethics and epistemology, especially the idea of epistemic injustice. In what ways is it morally problematic to not take other people seriously? What methods are effective at reducing the impact of prejudice on members of marginalized groups during interpersonal exchanges? I have a PhD from the Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology program at Washington University in St. Louis. In addition to epistemic injustice, I do work related to bioethics, social epistemology, and moral psychology.