I am Professor and Director of RegNet, the Australian National University‘s School of Regulation and Global Governance.

An interdisciplinary scholar interested in biogovernance, I study how science and technology contribute to the governance of persons and populations. My research examines intersections between inequality, social control, and technoscience in everyday life, with publications spanning issues of biometric surveillance, criminological knowledge production, gender regulation, human enhancement and well-being, regulatory science, social protection, and technologies of policing. My teaching reflects this range: I have taught courses on crime and deviance, inequality, law and regulation, popular culture, social theory, sport, and surveillance.