M.A., Anthropology, The Johns Hopkins University, 2006
B.F.A., Studio, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1995
Associate Professor of Anthropology, NYU Shanghai; Global Network Associate Professor, NYU
Todd Meyers is Associate Professor of Anthropology at NYU Shanghai. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was Associate Professor of Medical Anthropology at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Professor Meyers holds a joint PhD in Anthropology and Public Health and a MA in Anthropology, both from The Johns Hopkins University, and a BFA in Studio from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Professor Meyers's research is primarily focused on the social study of medicine. His publications include Realizing the Witch: Science, Cinema, and the Mastery of the Invisible (with Richard Baxstrom, Fordham University Press, 2016), Experimente im individuum: Kurt Goldstein und die Frage des Organismus (with Stefanos Geroulanos, Walther König/ August Verlag, 2014) and The Clinic and Elsewhere: Addiction, Adolescents, and the Afterlife of Therapy (University of Washington Press, 2013). In addition, he is co-editor of the Forms of Living book series from Fordham University Press and Associate Editor of the on-line forum Somatosphere.
Professor Meyers has received numerous awards and fellowships, including an ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowship (with Stefanos Geroulanos, NYU), a Residency Research Fellowship at the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Research/University of Michigan, and the Ruth L. Kirschstein Individual Fellowship/NIH/National Institute of Drug Abuse.