These are only some of the seminars and talks delivered by SSHM lecturers and professors:
Professor Nikolas Rose’s Guest Lecture at the University of Nottingham on ‘Mental Illness: Five Hard Questions’ (May 2013). You can watch the video clip here. Many other lectures by Professor Nik Rose, SSHM Head of Department, are available here.
Dr Filippa Lentzos on “The threat of manufactured diseases: the past, present and futures of biological weapons” (EMBL, February 2015). You can watch the seminar here.
Dr Debora Price speaking at the British Library on “Portraying Ageing: Cultural Assumptions and Practical Implications” (April 2014). You can watch the video clip here.
Professor Barbara Prainsack on “Crowdsourcing Medicine” (TedxZalzburg) (February 2012). You can watch the video clip here.
Dr Dominique Behague on “The rise of cost-effectiveness evidence in global health” (University of Lyon, September 2013). You can listen to the lecture here.
Dr Silvia Camporesi interviewed on BBC World on sterilisation and eugenics (February 2015). You can watch the video clip here.
Dr Annette Rid interviewed on BBC News on the ethics of experimental intervention during the Ebola outbreak (August 2014). You can watch the video clip here.
Dr Sridhar Venkatapuram speaking at the Geneva Health Forum (July 2014). You can watch the video clip here.
Professor Anthea Tinker speaking at the Housing LIN’s 3rd annual conference (February 2014). You can watch the video clip here.
From Febraury 2015 recordings from the SSHM Research Seminars are also available online. The following SSHM Research Seminars have been recorded so far:
- Dr Mianna Meskus: “Biopolitics revisited at the cellular level”
27th February 2014
- Dr Silvia Camporesi: “Stop this talk of new eugenics! Reframing the discourse around reproductive genetic technologies”
4th February 2015
- Dr Tamar Sharon: “You are what you track: practicing autonomy, solidarity and authenticity in an age of personalized healthcare”
19th February 2014