Danya Glabau received her PhD in Science and Technology Studies (STS) and a B.A. in Biological Sciences from Cornell University. Her work blends STS and Medical Anthropology to investigate how morality, political economy, and patient experience influences what counts as “good” health care in the United States. Her dissertation and first book project examines these issues in the context of the politics of food allergy in the United States. She is now pursuing new research on the financialization of medical research and how feminist theory is shaping the development of virtual reality technologies.