Anne Le Goff is currently a researcher at the Institute for Society and Genetics and the Epidapo Lab at UCLA. Her work is in the fields of feminist philosophy, bioethics, and philosophy of biology. Her research focuses on naturalism and how to understand human beings as natural in a non-dualistic way. She relies on an interdisciplinary approach, in particular philosophy of animals and, most currently, the study of the concepts and social impact of epigenetics. In bioethics, her main project is on the rights of people with intersex.