I am a historian of vasectomy and wider topics of gender, sexuality, medicine, and masculinities. I completed a PhD in the history of vasectomy in Britain from the University of Strathclyde.As my research is amongst the first historical research into vasectomy worldwide and especially in Britain, I have been able to share my research with a wide range of people both within and outwith academia. Some of my talks, interviews, and articles are available online without needing academic access, you can see a list of these here.My academic CV also details my academic qualifications and achievements thus far.In addition to my history research, I am employed as a Research and Policy Officer, covering a broad range of research and policy matters, especially around the environment, nature and biodiversity.

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