Gina Surita is a Postgraduate Research Associate in the Department of History at Princeton University. She earned her PhD in History of Science from Princeton in 2022 and her BA from Cornell University in 2016 double-majoring in Biological Sciences (concentration in Animal Physiology) and Science & Technology Studies.
Her dissertation examined the history of cellular metabolism and bioenergetics research in physiology and biochemistry from 1900 to 1970. Other ongoing projects focus on the intertwined histories of hormones and cancer as unstable biomedical categories in the twentieth century.
"The "Currency of the Cell": Energy Cycles and the Remaking of Metabolism, 1900 – 1970"