Current affiliation: King's College LondonSubject: SociologyPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Genetics ResearchPublication date:2013-08-01
This article looks at how online health platforms today do much more than merely providing information to participants. On the occasion of two exam...
Published in:MetasciencePublication date:2009-09-02
Published in:BioSocietiesPublication date:2008-03-01
Published in:Zeitschrift für Evangelische EthikPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Politik und ReligionPublication date:2003-01-01
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2009-01-01
Global Governance of Forensic DNA Profiling and Databasing
Published in:Risiko GesundheitPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:Genetic SuspectsPublication date:Not available
Published in:Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social SciencesPublication date:Not available
Published in:Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and EntrepreneurshipPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:PLoS BiologyPublication date:2014-04-15
There is a lot of buzz about "patient empowerment" at the moment. At the same time, there is concern that too much responsibility shifts from medic...
Published in:LeviathanPublication date:2005-03-01
Published in:Jahrbuch für Wissenschaft und EthikPublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:BioethicsPublication date:2012-07-25
Solidarity in Contemporary Bioethics - Towards a New Approach
Published in:BioSocietiesPublication date:2006-03-01
Published in:Social Science & MedicinePublication date:2006-11-01
Published in:PhilosophiaPublication date:2011-06-03
Published in:Science as CulturePublication date:2008-12-01
Published in:New Genetics and SocietyPublication date:2007-04-01
Published in:Science as CulturePublication date:2005-12-01
Published in:Personalized MedicinePublication date:2006-08-01
Published in:NaturePublication date:2008-11-06
This article discusses the beginning of so-called direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic tests offered online, arguing that these tests blur several boun...
Published in:Science as CulturePublication date:2008-03-01
Published in:Nature BiotechnologyPublication date:2013-01-09
This article discusses the status of DTC online genetic testing in Germany, and calls for a change in how we think about regulating online genetics.
Published in:Ethics, Society, PoliticsPublication date:Not available
This text (in German) gives an introduction into Barbara Prainsack and Alena Buyx' work on solidarity in bioethics and beyond. It includes a detail...
Published in:PharmacogenomicsPublication date:2010-05-01
Published in:PharmacogenomicsPublication date:2013-03-01
In this article we show that the label direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetics is far too coarse to capture the nuances between different formats of obta...
Published in:Personalized MedicinePublication date:2007-11-01
Published in:Personalized MedicinePublication date:2008-09-01
Published in:BioSocietiesPublication date:2010-06-01
Published in:British Journal of SociologyPublication date:2008-11-25
This is a review of Nikolas Rose's "The Politics of Life Itself" (Princeton, 2006).
Published in:Critical Policy StudiesPublication date:2009-11-09
Published in:Accountability in ResearchPublication date:2011-05-01
Published in:Regenerative MedicinePublication date:2006-11-01
Published in:BioSocietiesPublication date:2013-06-24
Understanding science policies and regulatory frameworks requires going beyond official documents and expert interviews, and consider also the mean...
Published in:New Genetics and SocietyPublication date:2012-09-01
Published in:Forensic Science International GeneticsPublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:International Journal of Risk Assessment and ManagementPublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:New BiotechnologyPublication date:2012-09-01
Published in:New Genetics and SocietyPublication date:2011-09-01
Published in:Science and Public PolicyPublication date:2006-02-01
Published in:Sociology of Health & IllnessPublication date:2011-04-20
Research subjects and genetic research
Published in:The Right to Know and the Right Not to KnowPublication date:Not available
Decreasing costs have moved whole-genome analysis within reach for more people. We are still far away from understanding what our genome data mean....
Published in:PLoS ONEPublication date:2010-10-19
Published in:Expert Review of Molecular DiagnosticsPublication date:2012-11-01
Published in:New Genetics and SocietyPublication date:2014-07-17
This is a review of Emilie Cloatre's book in intellectual property rights and access to medicine.
Published in:MinervaPublication date:2012-02-15
(Springer Briefs in Business, Volume 7), Springer, New York, NY, 2012, 69 pp
Published in:Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical SciencesPublication date:2013-03-01
In 2005, seven European countries signed the so-called Prüm Treaty to increase collaboration in combating international crime, terrorism and illega...
Published in:PharmacogenomicsPublication date:2013-11-01
Published in:OMICS A Journal of Integrative BiologyPublication date:2014-01-01
Published in:Public Understanding of SciencePublication date:2009-05-29
Published in:SciencePublication date:2014-01-23
Databanks containing information and biological materials from individuals are a crucial resource for medical and other research. Currently, data h...
Published in:Science Technology & Human ValuesPublication date:2017-10-19
Solidarity and Health Care in the Era of Personalized Medicine