Professor Christine Hauskeller
MA in Philosophy and Sociology, Dr phil in Philosophy
Telephone: 01392 725129
Areas of Expertise:
Critical Theory, Philosophy of Biology and Technology, Philosophy of Medicine, Feminist Philosophy, Sociology of Science and Technology, Philosophical Anthropology, Bioethics, Stem Cell Research, Genetics.
I am a philosopher and sociologist and engage in theoretical and empirical studies. My current research is focussed on the politics of life science governance, concepts of identity, and clinical translation in and regulation of biomedicine. The main theoretical themes are the interrelationships between power, knowledge, institutions and subjectivity.
I graduated from the University Frankfurt on Main and completed my Ph.D. at the TU-Darmstadt. In 2002 I came to Exeter to work at the ESRC Centre for Genomics in Society, of which I was a Co-Director from 2009 - 2012.
Commissions of Trust include
German Zentrale Ethikkommission Stammzellforschung am Robert Koch Institut, from 2014
Irish Research Council Panel Postdoctroal Programme Humanities, from 2016
Ethics Advisory Board Industced Pluripotent Stem Cell Bank, Edinburgh, from 2016
ERC Grant Panels 2011, 2013, 2015
BBSRC Science and Society Strategy Panel, 2010-2016
2015 Oct. - Dec. Hanse-Wissenschafts-Kolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany
2015 Jun. - July Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
2014 Sep. - Nov. Brocher Foundation, Hermance, Switzerland
2008 Mar. - April Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany