Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Medical Anthropology, Science and Technology Studies, social inequality, governmentalities of health care organization and delivery, imaginaries of information and communication technology, cultures of expertise, politics of knowledge, political economy of rural and indigenous health care, history of science, technology, and medicine, history of cybernetics, social theory.
Braitberg, Victor. "Picturing Personhood: Brain Scans and Biomedical Identity." Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 21.4 (2007): 409-411. Print.
Braitberg, Victor E. “Liberators, Innovators, and Experts: Struggles for the Telemedical Future in the Shadow of Neoliberal Reform.” Diss. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2002. Print.
Instructor for the Human Rights Action-Research Internship which provides University of Arizona Honors students with the opportunity to contribute to The Colibrí Center for Human Rights while studying the social, cultural and political-economic forces that have led to migrant deaths on the US-Mexico border.