Natasha holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Graduate Diploma in Humanities and Social Sciences, a Master of Arts (Research) and PhD in the contemporary history of science, technology, and medicine. She has completed a postdoctoral research fellowship with the University of Strathclyde and Shanghai University and with Charles University and the University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic and taught at the University of Melbourne and Australian National University.
Her research focuses on reproductive and contraceptive technologies, women’s health, fertility and infertility, medico-scientific standards, drugs, and physicians’ perspectives on health and disease.
Doctor of Philosophy, 2017, University of Melbourne (History)
Master of Arts (Research), 2013, University of Melbourne (History and Philosophy of Science)
Graduate Diploma in Humanities and Social Sciences, 2007, La Trobe University (History)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), 2006, La Trobe University, (History, Literature and Theatre)