Anthony is a graduate student in philosophy at Concordia University, specializing in the philosophy of science, at the intersections of issues in science and social justice. He also holds a bachelor’s degree with honours (B.A. Hons) in philosophy, awarded by the University of Victoria. His current research project has to do with the understanding and treatment of schizophrenia in developed versus developing countries, where patients in more developed countries suffer comparatively worse health outcomes, and explores possible causes and ways of rectifying this.
Anthony has been actively engaged in science advocacy and science policy for three years, since first volunteering in PR and Outreach, and then as a Grant Writer, with the Canadian Science Policy Centre (CSPC). Joining the Board of Directors of Bad Science Watch is a continuation of his volunteer work with the organization, and a concrete way of advocating for his belief that good science delivers the greatest possible social good to Canadians.