1. BSc (Hons) Physics; minor in Mathematics Trent University(1988)
2. MA History and PHilosophy of Science and Technology, IHPST, University of Toronto (1990)
3. PhD, HPS, Cambridge, 1999.
Since 2007 I've been a professor at King's, teaching intellectual history/history of science; my scholarship has been in the area of 16-17th c. HPS.
But since 2015 I've been increasingly engaged in environmental science/policy issues, from the perspective of the field of Science and Technology Studies (STS) and allied social sciences/humanities. I collaborate with researchers at Dalhousie (Halifax) and across Canada (including scientists within academia and government) with focus on the analysis environmental impact assessment processes and regulatory frameworks.