Aaron is a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at Princeton University pursuing certificates in the History of Science and Gender and Sexuality Studies. A specialist in urban studies as well as medical and environmental anthropology, Aaron’s research is centered on China and the Asia-Pacific. Specifically, he is interested in recent comprehensive efforts to synthesize urban design, politics, public health, and environmental planning, and the transdisciplinary tensions that arise through such collaborative endeavours. Prior to his doctoral work, Aaron earned a BA in Anthropology from Columbia University in 2019. His work on the Visualizing the Virus project is sponsored by the Princeton Center for Digital Humanities.