Christine originally trained in applied mathematics, computer sciences and project management, with a Master of Engineering from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in France, and worked for many years in the Information and Communication Technologies industry, where she held a variety of positions (analyst/programmer, junior consultant, sales engineer, major account manager). She returned to higher education and came to Science and Technology Studies in 2003 as a mature student. After her MSc at the London Centre for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology, she was funded by the ESRC through hermy doctoral studies, and in 2010, she completed her PhD in Science and Technology Studies at UCL, in the area of Artificial Life.
She is currently Senior Research Fellow in the Human Brain Project Foresight Laboratory. The Lab aims to evaluate the potential social and ethical implications of the knowledge and technologies produced by the Human Brain Project for European citizens, society, industry, and economy. Prior to this, she was Wellcome Library Research Fellow, working on a sociological history project focused on the later career of Francis Crick, British molecular biologist and geneticist, who in the 1970s moved to Southern California and became a neuroscientist.
- The contemporary history of the sciences and technologies of brain and mind
- Social studies of interdisciplinary practices and of scientific/intellectual movements
- Co-development of ICTs, their usages and users
- Politics of memory in science.
- HBP Foresight Laboratory
For a full list of publications, please see Christine's research profile.
Please see Christine's Research Staff Profile for further details.