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11 June, 2024

THE LIMITS OF REGULATORY PHARMACEUTICALISATION? GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS SUPPORTING CLINICAL INNOVATION WITH ADVANCED THERAPIES

See here to view a recording of Dr Michael Morrison's seminar presentation

16 May, 2024

EOAR SEMINAR, JUNE 2024

The limits of regulatory pharmaceuticalisation? Global developments supporting clinical innovation with advanced therapies

8 April, 2024

HEALTH SKEPTICISM/HEALTH ACTIVISM IN LONDON: A METHODOLOGICAL REVIEW

See here to view a recording of Dr Caitjan Gainty and Mr Paul Addae's seminar presentation

18 March, 2024

EOAR SEMINAR, APRIL 2024

Health Skepticism/Health Activism in London: A Methodological Review

3-10 January, 2024

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

Postdoctoral Fellow Dr Dan Santos attended the Winter School on Emerging Technologies in Arizona

28 November, 2023

INNOVATION BY INCOMPLETE THEORIZATION: THE CASE OF INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS 

See here to view a recording of Assoc Prof Grant Fisher's seminar presentation

8 November, 2023

EOAR SEMINAR, NOVEMBER 2023

Innovation by incomplete theorization: The case of induced pluripotent stem cells

2 November, 2023

2023 RESEARCH AUSTRALIA HEALTH AND MEDICAL RESEARCH AWARDS

Associate Investigator Prof Megan Munsie wins Research Australia award

26 September, 2023

DR. GOOGLE AND CHATGPT: INFORMATION ON EMERGING GENE AND CELL THERAPIES IN THE ERA OF GENERATIVE AI

See here for more information about Dr Anna Couturier's seminar presentation

8 September, 2023

EOAR SEMINAR, SEPTEMBER 2023

Dr. Google and ChatGPT: Information on Emerging Gene and Cell Therapies in the Era of Generative AI

23 August, 2023

WHAT GOOD IS THE PUBLIC GOOD IN CONVERSATIONS ABOUT SCIENCE?

See here to view a recording of Prof Sujatha Raman's seminar presentation

8 August, 2023

EOAR SEMINAR, AUGUST 2023

What good is the public good in conversations about science?

26 July, 2023

BEYOND RHETORIC: SOLIDARITY IN BIOMEDICINE

See here to view a recording of Prof Barbara Prainsack's seminar presentation

10 July, 2023

EOAR SEMINAR, JULY 2023

Beyond rhetoric: Solidarity in biomedicine

17 June, 2023

ISSCR 2023

The EOAR team attends the 2023 ISSCR Annual Meeting

31 May, 2023

THE REGULATION OF STEM-CELL BASED INTERVENTIONS IN AUSTRALIA: THEORY, PRACTICE, AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS

See here to view a recording of Dr Christopher Rudge's seminar presentation

18 May, 2023

EOAR SEMINAR, MAY 2023

The regulation of stem-cell based interventions in Australia: theory, practice, and new developments

13 April, 2023

PCST CONFERENCE, 2023

Towards a Stem Cell Commons: The Contours of Openness in Australian Stem Cell Research

29 March, 2023

BIOMEDICINE AND THE MANY USES OF KNOWLEDGE COMMONS

See here to view a recording of Prof Michael Madison's seminar presentation

21 March, 2023

EOAR SEMINAR, MARCH 2023

Biomedicine and the Many Uses of Knowledge Commons

28 February, 2023

PRIVACY AS KNOWLEDGE COMMONS GOVERNANCE

See here to view a recording of Prof Katherine Strandburg's seminar presentation

16 February, 2023

EOAR SEMINAR, FEBRUARY 2023

Privacy as Knowledge Commons Governance

23 November, 2022

TRUSTWORTHY HEALTH DATA GOVERNANCE AND THE SOCIAL LICENSE FOR PRECISION MEDICINE: OUTCOMES FROM MIXED METHODS RESEARCH IN SINGAPORE (2018-2021)

See here for more information about Asst Prof Tamra Lysaght's seminar presentation

17-18 November, 2022

ASSCR-AGCTS ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING, 2022

Enabling Openness in Australian Stem Cell Research

17 November, 2022

AUSTRALASIAN ASSOCIATION OF BIOETHICS & HEALTH LAW (AABHL 2022)

Testing Commons-Based Models for the Future of Research and Therapeutics in Australian Stem Cell Research

9 November, 2022

STEM CELL CONVERSATIONS, 2022

Enabling Openness in Australian Stem Cell Research

7 November, 2022

EOAR SEMINAR, NOVEMBER 2022

Trustworthy health data governance and the social license for precision medicine: Outcomes from mixed methods research in Singapore (2018-2021)

1 November, 2022

SCSS/CTFG-IMCB WEBINAR SERIES, 2022

Testing Commons-Based Models for the Future of Research and Therapeutics in Australian Stem Cell Research

26 October, 2022

HOW TOILETS AND SANITARY PADS CAME TO SAVE THE WORLD: KNOWING INCLUSIVE INNOVATION THROUGH SCIENCE AND THE MARKETPLACE

See here to view a recording of Prof Shobita Parthasarathy's seminar presentation

7 October, 2022

EOAR SEMINAR, OCTOBER 2022

How Toilets and Sanitary Pads Came to Save the World: Knowing Inclusive Innovation through Science and the Marketplace

27 September, 2022

SCIENTIFIC EXPERTISE, COMMUNICATION AND TRUST (SECAT 2022)

Openness and the Public Good in Australian Stem Cell Research

14 September, 2022

BIG AND OPEN DATA: MIND THE GAPS

See here to view a recording of Prof Sabina Leonelli's seminar presentation

31 August, 2022

EOAR SEMINAR, SEPTEMBER 2022

Big and Open Data: Mind the Gaps

29 August, 2022

THE HUMAN PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL REGISTRY (HPSCREG): ETHICAL FRAMEWORK FOR HPSC CELL LINE RESEARCH IN EUROPE

See here to view a recording of Dr Sabine Müller, Prof Andreas Kurtz, Dr Nancy Mah and Dr Antonie Fuhr's seminar presentation

23 August, 2022

EOAR SEMINAR, AUGUST 2022

The Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Registry (hPSCreg): Ethical framework for hPSC cell line research in Europe

28 June, 2022

THE GENOMIC COMMONS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

See here to view a recording of Prof Jorge Contreras' seminar presentation

14 June, 2022

EOAR SEMINAR, JUNE 2022

The Genomic Commons: Past, Present and Future

25 May, 2022

LESSONS LEARNT (SO FAR) IN BUILDING A HUMAN GENOMICS DATA COMMONS

See here to view a recording of Dr Jeff Christiansen and Assoc Prof Bernie Pope's seminar presentation

13 May, 2022

EOAR SEMINAR, MAY 2022

Lessons learnt (so far) in building a human genomics data commons

27 April, 2022

SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: ITS THEORY AND ITS PRACTICE

See here to view a recording of Professor Emeritus Hans Radder's seminar presentation

11 April, 2022

EOAR SEMINAR, APRIL 2022

Science in the public interest: its theory and its practice

23 March, 2022

MANAGING OPEN SCIENCE AS A KNOWLEDGE COMMONS: OPEN SOURCE BIOINFORMATICS AND CITIZEN SCIENCE

See here to view a recording of Dr James Scheibner's seminar presentation

10 March, 2022

EOAR SEMINAR, MARCH 2022

Managing Open Science as a Knowledge Commons: Open Source Bioinformatics and Citizen Science

17 November, 2021

DIGITAL INFORMATION ECOLOGIES AND HOW PEOPLE USE AND ACCESS INFORMATION

See here to view a recording of Prof Shanton Chang's seminar presentation

9 November, 2021

EOAR SEMINAR, NOVEMBER 2021

Digital information ecologies and how people use and access information

19 October, 2021

WHAT WOULD LIN DO? STUDYING MEDICAL INFORMATION COMMONS USING MIXED SOCIAL SCIENCE METHODS

See here to view a recording of Prof Robert Cook-Deegan, Prof Amy McGuire and Dr Janis Geary's seminar presentation

13 October 2021

EOAR SEMINAR, OCTOBER 2021

What Would Lin Do? Studying Medical Information Commons Using Mixed Social Science Methods

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