My Deal

Lately I've been focused on steering towards nice futures for biotechnology.

This mostly happens through my work with the iGEM Foundation, where I help run the Safety and Security and Human Practices programs. We do a lot of things, but I'm most excited about our efforts to incentivise differential technology development, enable alumni to pursue biosecurity careers, and empirically investigate whether our "culture of responsibility" interventions are working.

I'm also one of the organizers of the East Bay Biosecurity Group, a monthly-ish meetup about pandemics, information hazards, biohacking, and other biosecurity-related topics.

Other Projects

I Give Talks

I Write Things