S. Scott Graham is the director of the Scientific and Medical Communications (SAMComm) Laboratory and an associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He researches how experts and public stakeholders communicate about risk and uncertainty as part of science-policy decision making.
Scott’s recent book, The Politics of Pain Medicine (2015, University of Chicago Press) chronicles three years of ethnographic research and nearly ten years archival research into interdisciplinary pain medicine and related public policy. He explores the resonance between pain science’s efforts to establish an integrated mind/body approach to treating pain and the new materialist movement in science and technology studies. (Sample.)