I am an Associate Senior Lecturer (biträdande lektor) in the Global Politics of AI and Health. The position is part of the AI and the Everyday Political-Economy of Global Health Project 2021-2026, funded by The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society (WASP-HS).

I hold a Ph.D. in Social and Policy Sciences from the University of Bath, U.K (2014). My research interests include exploring and connecting the everyday and global processes. I have worked on global governance, international law, human rights, global citizenship, AI, health, citizenship, statelessness and migration.

Currently my focus is on understanding the challenges and potential solutions by which policymakers at the national and global levels can ensure the benefits of AI applications in health are fully realized in the public interest. To achieve this the AI and the Everyday Political Economy of Global Health project bridges the gap between the everyday realm of the individual and the increasingly global reality of contemporary healthcare.

I am Ph.D. co-supervisor for Dennis Munetsi