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Global Biopolitics Research Centre



Brian Salter is a member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the UK National Stem Cell Network (UKNSCN). He is a member of the Ethical Review Panel of EU FP 6 and & and ESRC's Review Panel of Genomic Centers in UK.

Stuart Hogarth is on the Council of the Society for Genomics Policy and Population Health.

Alex Faulkner was a member of the National Institute for Care Excellence (NICE) Medical Technologies Advisory Committee (MTAC) from 2009 -12.

Alex Faulkner is a member of the Regenerative Medicine Expert Group (RMEG)- Subgroup on Evaluation and Commissioning (reimbursement).    The Regenerative Medicine Expert Group Report is now available from the Department of Health website


Herbert Gottweis is Director of the EU funded project PAGANINI which focuses on selected key areas of the 6th EU Framework Programme for Research and Technology, and investigates the ways in which participatory practices contribute to problem solving in a number of highly contentious fields of EU governance. PAGANINI looks at a particular dynamic cluster of policy areas concerned with what we call “the politics of life”: medicine, health, food, energy, and environment.

Barbara Prainstack is a member of the National Bioethics Comission at the Federal Chancellery of Austria.

Stuart Hogarth participates in the EuroGentest network.


Sharmila Sousa is an intern at the World Health Organization's ePORTUGUESe Network - solidarity-based south-south cooperation that works as a platform to promote capacity building for human resources in health and access to health information in Portuguese for all the Portuguese-speaking countries;

Sharmila Sousa is a collaborator with the Ministry of Health in Brazil to validate and implement their toolkit for diffusion and dissemination of information for policy and decision-makers within the Brazilian government to not only implement the evidence-informed policy and decision making process in Brazil but also promote education and capacity building for it nationally.


Brian Salter is a member of The Hinxton Group, an international consortium on stem cells, ethics and law.

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