I’m a FAPESP Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Sao Paulo. I research ideology, virtue theory, moral status, cooperation, and their implications for the ethics of new technologies. From 2020 to 2022, I was a visiting fellow at Harvard University; first at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics and then at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation. In 2019, I completed a doctorate in philosophy in applied ethics at the University of Oxford under the main supervision of Julian Savulescu, while comfortably based at the Uehiro Centre. I'm currently writing a long manuscript on democratic erosion, new technologies and the COVID-19 pandemic (for an updated manuscript, get in touch).
Before my doctorate, I earned a bachelor and master’s degree in philosophy and founded and directed an NGO. I have taught a wide range of students on subjects from early modern philosophy to applied ethics to philosophy of science. I have been hired as an external consultant for leading organizations researching our long-term future, such as Open Philanthropy, CEA, BERI (for FHI), and MIRI.