Constitutional law, policing and police use of force, sociology of law, bioethics, race and inequality in law and medicine, and reproductive and genetic technologies. The role of science, medicine, and medical professionals in hindering the ability to hold police officers accountable when they use excessive force; analyzes the legacy of the American eugenics movement and its contemporary impact on law, science, medicine, and technology; studies how legal doctrine produces police violence; and exposes the often overlooked limitations of DNA databases when they are used in criminal investigations.
Professor of Law and Bioethics - Joint Appointment, Haas Distinguished Chair
School of Law
UCB-UCSF Joint Medical Program - School of Public Health
Diversity and Health Disparities Cluster - Othering & Belonging Institute