Faculty, Goddard Graduate Institute
Residency Site: Plainfield VT


Bindu Panikkar is a research associate at Arctic Institute of North America in Calgary, Canada. She taught at Brown University and held a postdoctoral research associate position at the Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute at the Northeastern University and was a Howard Hughes Fellow in the Science Technology and Society Program at Brown University. Her prior research work and publications include: reflexive research ethics in fetal tissue xenotransplantation research, occupational health issues among immigrant workers in Massachusetts, the ethics of uranium mining research, and the teratogenic effects of depleted uranium.


PhD in Environmental Health, Tufts University
MA in Public Policy, Tufts University
MS in Environmental Health, Tufts University
Post Graduate Diploma in Ecology and Environment, Indian Institute of Ecology and Environment (India)
BA in English and History,
University of Kerala, Trivandrum (India)