My research explores issues of race, gender, and power across broad scientific and biomedical fields including postgenomics and epigenetics, clinical trials, chronic illness, and reproduction.
- Weighing the Future: Race, Science, and Pregnancy Trials in the Postgenomic Era – University of California Press, 2022
- “The Politics of Postgenomic Reproduction: Exploring Pregnant Narratives from within a Clinical Trial” Science, Technology, and Human Values, 12/17/2021
- “Reproducing Whiteness: Race, Food, and Epigenetics” –American Anthropologist, 8/24/2020
- “Centering Race and Racism in Reproduction” – Natali Valdez & Daisy Deomampo, Medical Anthropology, 12/12/2019
- “Improvising Race: Clinical Trials and Racial Classification” – Medical Anthropology, 8/15/2019
- “The Redistribution of Reproductive Responsibility: On the Epigenetics of “Environment” in Prenatal Interventions” – Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 2018
- “No Global Consensus: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Maternal Weight Politics” – Courtney Scott, Christopher T. Anderson, Natali Valdez, Francisco Mardones, Ellen A Nohr, Lucilla Poston, Katharina C Quack Loetscher, and Barbara Adams, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 2014.
- “Adverse Events: Race, Inequality, and the Testing of New Pharmaceuticals by Jill A. Fisher” – Journal of Cultural Economy, 9/30/2021