Andrew Inkpen is an Assistant Professor at Mount Allison University in the Department of Philosophy and an Associate Fellow in the History of Science and Technology Programme at the University of King’s College. His research in the history and philosophy of science focuses on conceptual and methodological issues in ecology and evolutionary biology.
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Philippe Huneman is Research Director in Philosophy of Science at CNRS, working at IHPST (CNRS, ENS & Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University).
Laurence Huc is a toxicologist and team leader at INRAE (National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment) in Toulouse. The aim of her project is to evaluate the health impact of commonly used fungicides.
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Valerie Gray Hardcastle is the St. Elizabeth Healthcare Executive Director of the Institute for Health Innovation and the Vice President for Health Innovations at Northern Kentucky University and an adjunct research professor at the University of Cincinnati (U.S.).
Matt Haber is Associate Professor in Philosophy, University of Utah (USA). His area of specialty is Philosophy of Biology and Philosophy of Science, particularly the philosophical and conceptual issues in systematics.
Stephan Guttinger is a lecturer in Philosophy of Data and Data Ethics at the University of Exeter. His research focuses on the methodology and ontology of the contemporary life sciences.
Fridolin Gross is associate professor of philosophy of medical science at the University of Bordeaux and member of the Conceptual Biology and Medicine team at ImmunoConcept.
Paul Griffiths is Professorial Research Fellow at the University of Sydney, and Associate Academic Director (Arts and Social Sciences) at the Charles Perkins Centre. He is a specialist of Philosophy of Biology and Philosophy of Psychology.
Gregor Greslehner is university assistant/postdoc at the Department of Philosophy at the University of Vienna, contributing to Tarja Knuuttila‘s ERC project “Possible Life: The Philosophical Significance of Extending Biology“. From October 2018 to end of August 2020, he was a postdoc in Thomas Pradeu’s ERC IDEM project at ImmunoConcept.
Sara Green is Associate Professor in the Department of Science Education at the University of Copenhagen. Her research focuses on the epistemic and social implications of datafication in science and medicine, with special focus on personalized or precision medicine.