I study the occupational, professional, organizational, and institutional outcomes of large-scale information system implementations. My research focuses on how the introduction and use of new technologies shapes workers’ practices and perceptions of their work, and how these changes contribute to broader organizational and institutional outcomes in a variety of industries. I am currently developing a study of open science infrastructures with rOpenSci at the University of California, Berkeley. My dissertation research investigated the use of electronic medical records (EMR) in healthcare. The study focused on how healthcare managers, doctors, nurses, and other stakeholders in the United States EMR “Meaningful Use” program accommodated the demands of the new technologies and policies that constitute the federal government’s effort to build a national infrastructure for medical data.