Susanne Lundin

Professor

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Cultural Studies
  • Humanities

Keywords

  • Health, identity, transplantation, xenotransplantation , IVF , organ trade, fake medicines, global grey zones

Research

Current projects:

Clinical experiments for Huntington's disease. Recommendations to medical researchers regarding how to inform potential participants (Swedish Research Council)

Illegal drugs - gathering information from the public and doctors. A preliminary evaluation of the implementation of knowledge in society. (LUinnovation/VINNOVAProjekt ID: 2014-1006)

Ethnography as a model to investigate biomedicine’s moral and legal grey areas and to provide a basis for international actions (http://www.rj.se)

 

Completed projects:
-Organ transplantation and organ trafficking. Focus is on the criminal ways to meet the demands for transplants
- Cultural aspects on neurodegenerative disorders (Parkinson’s and - -Huntington’s disease). http://www.med.lu.se/bagadilico
- Impact of citizen participation on decision making in knowledge intensive policy fields, http://www.cit-part.at/
- Genetics and Democracy (Erik Philip-Sörensen Foundation)
- Organ som bristvara. Svenska patienter som blir transplanterade utomlands.(Gelinfonden http://www.gelinfonden.org/)
- From Phenotype to Genotype – towards a genetic normality? (Erik Philip-Sörensen Foundation)
- Människan, maten och måltiden i ett föränderligt samhälle (HSFR, The Swedish Research Council for Humanities and Social Sciences)
- Transformations of the Body (FRN, The Swedish Research Council for the Natural Sciences)
- Genetics, Genetic Engineering, and Everyday Ethics (RJ, The Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation,)
- Cultural Perspectives on Xenotransplantation (Juvenile Diabets Foundation/Wallenberg)
- Bioscience, Knowledge, and Culture; Educating the European Public for Biotechnology (EU-project)
- Bodily Commodities: Ethical concerns About Biotechnology and Market (NOS-HS)
- Ethics as praxis. Cultural perspectives on ethic and moral concerns within stem cell research (Wallenberg)
- Challenges of Biomedicine. http://www.univie.ac.at/virusss/cob/respons.html

Recent research outputs

Susanne Lundin (ed.), Kroløkke, C. (ed.), Petersen, M. N. (ed.) & Muller, E. (ed.) 2016 Oct 10 Stellenbosch: African Sun Media, Stellenbosch (Sydafrika). 197 p. (Stias Series of book publications; vol. 8)

Research output: Book/ReportAnthology (editor)

Susanne Lundin 2016 Sep 1 Global Bodies in Grey Zones: Health, Hope, Bioeconomy. Lundin, S., Kroløkke, C., Petersen, M. N. & Muller, E. (eds.). Stellenbosch: African Sun Media, Stellenbosch (Sydafrika)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapter

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