Luis Campos

Associate Professor, History
Biography 

Professor Luis Campos is a historian of the biological and biomedical sciences, and Assistant Professor in the History Department. His scholarship focuses on the history of genetics and eugenics, and integrates archival discoveries with contemporary fieldwork at the intersection of genetics and society. After graduating from Harvard University in 2006 and completing a postdoc at the Max-Planck-Institut in Berlin, Prof. Campos taught at Drew University until 2012, before coming to UNM, where he is a Senior Fellow with the RWJF Center for Health Policy.

Research Interests 

Professor Luis Campos is a historian of the biological and biomedical sciences, and Assistant Professor in the History Department. His scholarship focuses on the history of genetics and eugenicds, and integrates archival discoveries with contemporary fieldwork at the intersection of genetics and society. After graduating from Harvard University in 2006 and completing a postdoc at the Max-Planck-Institut in Berlin, Prof. Campos taught at Drew University until 2012, before coming to UNM, where he is a Senior Fellow with the RWJF Center for Health Policy.