I am a Research Associate working in Curriculum Design with the Institute for Medical Humanities at Durham University.

As a fellow of the Institute for Medical Humanities at Durham, I am writing about listening in clinical encounters. As a postdoctoral fellow of the Society for Applied Philosophy, I am writing about discourses around live organ donation.

Previously I completed my PhD in philosophy at Durham University, and before that I studied linguistics at Indiana University and worked with language development NGOs. My research is about communication, especially listening.

I am originally from Fort Collins, Colorado. When time allows, I enjoy walking by the Tynemouth seaside. Pronouns: She/Her

Photograph of Susan, sitting in a chair and smiling.