Kirsten Moore-Sheeley, PhD
Fellow in the History of Medicine
Kirsten Moore-Sheeley, PhD, is a historian of global health and public health in Africa, specializing in the history of biomedical science and technology in relation to disease control. Along with a doctorate in the history of medicine, she also holds a certificate in global health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Moore-Sheeley is currently undertaking a book project based on her dissertation, which tracks the history of insecticide-treated nets as a malaria control intervention from the 1980s to the present. Her publications have appeared in Social History of Medicine and the online blog, REMEDIA. Her work has been supported by the Beckman Center of the Science History Institute (formerly the Chemical Heritage Foundation).