Burak Taşdizen is a research fellow in “Human, Medicine, and Society” at Orient-Institut Istanbul. He completed his undergraduate and graduate education at Middle East Technical University Department of Industrial Design (2014, 2017) and taught undergraduate design studio at Özyeğin University Department of Industrial Design. Taşdizen’s current research is focused on feminist new materialisms, non/human entanglements and situated knowledge makings around design and medicine, and care ethics. Believing in the disruptive potential of micro-analyses against meta-narratives, Taşdizen’s research is ethnographically grounded. His research has been supported by Center for Spatial Justice, Expeditions – Research in Applied Anthropology, EASST / 4S Society for Social Studies of Science, and Garp Sessions.