Dissertation Title: "Biomedical MultipliciTs: How the Testosterone Industry Reconstructs Risk to Promote the Growth of Pharmaceutical User"
Dissertation Committee: Kristen Springer (Chair), Joanna Kempner, Catherine Lee, Rebecca Jordan-Young (Barnard College)
Areas of Interest: Medical Sociology; Science & Technology Studies; Computational Social Science; Race, Gender & Sexuality
Carlin, Elizabeth, and Brandon Kramer. 2020. "Hair, Hormones, and Haunting: Race as a Ghost Variable in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome." Science, Technology, & Human Values
Himmelstein, M., Kramer, B. & Springer, K. 2019. “Stress in Strong Convictions: Precarious Manhood Beliefs Moderate Cortisol Reactivity to Masculinity Threats.” Psychology of Men and Masculinity.
Kramer, B. L., Himmelstein, M. S., & Springer, K. W. 2017. “Getting to the Heart of Masculinity Stressors: Masculinity Threats Induce Pronounced Vagal Withdrawal During a Speaking Task.” Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 51(6), 846-855.