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Ethical issues of Biobanks

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An Instagram take-over

Tailored Treatments Launch

New graphic novel and research about personalised cancer treatment

Workshop about Hormones and the Shifting Frontiers of Disease

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Interdisciplinary workshop held in January 2021

New Chancellor's Fellows

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Congratulations to Catherine Montgomery and Rebecca Hewer from our Centre

Extension Funding Received

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Centre secures Wellcome Trust funding

December 2020 Covid update

Latest commentary and research relating to the pandemic

Visualising Bodies

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Reflections from the 2020 Being Human Festival

2020 Showcase Film

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The CLAP Study: Summary of Findings

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Caring, Learning and Pandemic response during COVID-19: NHS Staff Experience of Working in Critical Care

Covid-19 Update Oct 2020

Our latest work relating to the pandemic

Addiction and Disease Problematisation

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A Beyond Global Perspective

Anthropology of Hormones

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Lisa Raeder, Andrea Ford, Roslyn Malcolm and Sonja Erikainen reflect on a recent workshop

Covid-19 Update July 2020

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Latest work and commentary relating to covid-19

Why the public need a say in how patient data are used for Covid-19 responses

Festival highlights issues shaping society
Letter in the International Journal of Population Data Science

Delivering Good Governance in Data Sharing

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What makes good governance of data sharing for biomedical research?

Covid-19 round-up June 2020

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Latest work and commentary relating to coronavirus

How to collaborate in a pandemic?

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When Transplant Imaginaries visits the Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society

Covid-19 Round-up May 2020

Our work and commentary relating to coronavirus

Ethics Group of the German Public Health Covid-19 Network

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Dr. Agomoni Ganguli-Mitra, a member of this group, shares their first policy brief