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Reports

The Global Biopolitics Research Group has produced a range of reports which are available to download. See below a list of recent reports prepared by GBRG researchers.


Members of GBRG also serve as consultants to academic, service sector and industrial organisations both in the UK and abroad. If you would like to contract our services, please contact us for further information.

2011
Faulkner, A and Salter, B, (2011) ESRC End of Award Report.

2010
Hogarth, S and Hopkins, M (2010) Intellectual property and DNA diagnostics. A report of a seminar on the impact of DNA patents on diagnostic innovation. (HMSO, Human Genetics Commission.)

Vazquez Salat, N, Salter, B and Smets, G (2010) International Multi-level Governance of GMOs: The EU, USA and Indian cases. A report for DG SANCO and PEGASUS (FP7).

2008
Faulkner, A and Glasner, P (2008) Regulatory innovation of a contested technology zone: follow up study of human tissue engineering in the UK and EU. Full Research Report to ESRC.

Hogarth, S and Melzer, D (2008) The regulatory framework for genomic tests. Evidence to the House of Lords Science and Technology Sub-Committee on Genomic Medicine. (Loughborough University/Exeter University.)

Salter, B and Waldby, C (2008) The global politics of human embryonic stem cell science regulation. Full Research Report to ESRC.

2007

Hogarth, S (2007) The clinical application of new molecular diagnostic technologies – a review of the regulatory and policy issues. A report for Health Canada.

Hogarth, S and Melzer, D (2007) The IVD Directive and Genetic Testing - Problems and proposals. A briefing presented to the 20th meeting of Competent Authorities.

2006
Hogarth, S, Liddell, K, Ling T, Melzer D and Zimmern R (2006) Regulating pharmacogenomics - an overview of developments in various countries and industry response to regulatory initiatives. A report for Health Canada. (Cambridge University.)

2005

Hogarth, S, Melzer D and Zimmern, R (2005) The regulation of commercial genetic testing services in the UK. A briefing for the Human Genetics Commission.



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