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Hybrid capture? A comparative perspective on the political economy of biomedical innovation in the age of neoliberal science.

Dr Stuart Hogarth discusses: A comparative perspective on the political economy of biomedical innovation in the age of neoliberal science.
When Nov 28, 2017
from 12:30 PM to 02:00 PM
Where Sociology Seminar Room
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Dr Hogarth is Lecturer in Sociology of Science and Technology at the University of Cambridge.

Dr Hogarth's work focuses on biomedical innovation and his research has investigated a diverse range of emergent biotechnologies, such as stem cell therapies and synthetic biology. His primary interest is the impact of genomic science on the diagnostics sector, and he has published extensively on the political economy of diagnostic innovation, with a particular focus on regulatory governance and intellectual property rights.

During this final seminar for the Michaelmas Term, Dr Hogarth will be comparing the political economy of biomedical innovation in the age of neoliberal science.