Centre for Health, Technologies and Social Practice

Centre for Health, Technology and Social Practice members go to 4S/EASST conference, Science and Technology By Other Means, this August

4S EASST

Members of the Centre for Health, Technology and Social Practice will be speaking at 4S/EASST conference, Science and Technology By Other Means, this August:

  • Choon Key Chekar: Ethico-political Effects of an Accidental Bio-art
  • Tom Clarke: “We’re Not Interested in Robots”: Self-Monitoring and Scientific Research
  • Alexandra Gruian: The Romanian Assisted Reproduction Industry: Failing Attempts at Professionalisation
  • Ruth Holliday: Ethico-political Effects of an Accidental Bio-art
  • Gregory Hollin: Subjective technologies and biosubjectivities: The entanglement of questionnaires and molecular genetics in the ontology of autism
  • Anne Kerr: Cancer tumours as ‘bio-subjects’: the social relations of clinical samples in the age of genomic medicine
  • Julia Swallow: ‘Are we just giving patients more years of anxiety?’ Time, futures and expectations and an early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease
  • Karen Throsby: Obesity surgery, promissory technologies and technoscientific subjectivities

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