Residence: September 1, 2009–December 31, 2011
Having moved to science studies from a background of environmental science and epidemiology, my research fields include the history of recent biomedicine, epidemiology, risk assessment practices and environmental health. In particular, I have been interested in research collections and archives, including databases and biobanks, in the practices of data organization, mining and processing and in scientific visualizations and imaging. My current research is on Soviet and post-Soviet biomedical studies of radiation exposures, 1970 to present. Before joining this project, I have worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Medical Museion, University of Copenhagen (2005-2009) and at the Department for European Ethnology, Humboldt University Berlin (2007-2009). From 1997 up to my PhD in 2004 (Dr Public Health, University of Bielefeld), I was involved in radiation epidemiology projects in the former Soviet Union.
|October 2011||Workshop Series: History and Sociology of Science, Medicine and Technology, Department of History & Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania "Genogeography" and the Micropolitics of Difference: On Post-Lysenko Human Genetics in the late Soviet Union|
|September 2011||Colloquium series, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Indiana University, Bloomington "Genogeography" and the Micropolitics of Difference. On Soviet Human Genetics at the End of the Cold War|
|June 2011||Workshop "Human Heredity: biology, anthropology and public health, 1940s-1970s, EHESS, Paris Gene entanglements: Post-Lysenko genetics, 'medico-biological science' and the emergence of 'genetic epidemiology 'in the USSR|
|June 2011||Workshop: "Technologies of Belonging: Biology, Race and Ethnicity in Europe", Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research Micropolitics of difference. A post-Soviet human genetic diversity project?|
|January 2011||Kolloquium, Institut für Geschichte der Medizin, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen Strahlen-Effekte. Vom Kalten Krieg zur globalen Primärprävention|