Professor Erica Haimes
Interdisciplinary research on social, ethical and legal aspects of the life sciences; reproductive and genetic technologies.
Doctor Robin Williams
Northumbria University Centre for Forensic Science
Social, ethical and public policy aspects of forensic DNA databases. Analyzes uses of the experts and epistemic authority regarding life sciences and biotechnology.
Dr. Amade M’Charek
University of Amsterdam
Pioneer in social studies of forensic science. Mainly involved in the study of DNA samples as evidence and inference of visible features in forensic identification.
Dr. Claire Moon
London School of Economics
Social and legal perspectives on political transitions, post-conflict reconciliation, truth commissions, wars and forensic knowledge regarding human rights in Argentina, South Africa and Mexico.
Professor Barbara Prainsack
King’s College London
Analysis, interpretation and use of ‘biomarkers’, both in medical and forensic contexts. Involved in the societal and regulatory dimensions of forensic and bio-information exchange.