Sofia Varino is a full-time feminist undoing science. She is a visual culture scholar studying knowledge production in the life sciences with a special focus on immunology and organism-environment relations. Her research is situated at the intersection of technoscience studies, new materialisms, environmental theory and feminist posthumanities. She is a Visiting Researcher at the Image Knowledge Design interdisciplinary laboratory at Humboldt Universität in Berlin and a Ph.D. candidate in Cultural Studies at Stony Brook University. Her dissertation Vital Differences: Indeterminacy and the Biomedical Body examines how embodied and gendered differences destabilize immunological knowledge practices by introducing disorder and uncertainty. In parallel with her academic research, she is a cinema curator and experimental writer.