PERSONAL INFORMATION

Name:

Christine Hauskeller, Dr phil, MA

Role:

Professor in Philosophy

Director of Global Engagement

Department of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology

University of Exeter

Email:

c.hauskeller@exeter.ac.uk

URL:

http://socialsciences.exeter.ac.uk/sociology/staff/hauskeller/

EDUCATION

17.06.1999

Doctor phil in Philosophy

TU-Darmstadt, Germany

19.02.1992

MA in Philosophy, Sociology and Psychoanalysis (with distinction)

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

1984

Abitur

Gymnasium in Bayreuth, Bayern, Germany

PREVIOUS ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2014 – 2020

Associate Professor in Philosophy

2012 – 2014

Senior Lecturer, University of Exeter

2009 – 2012

Co- and Acting Director, ESRC Centre for Genomics in Society, EGENIS, Exeter

2006 – 2012

Senior Research Fellow, EGENIS

2002 – 2006

Research Fellow, EGENIS

1999 – 2002

Postdoctoral Research Assistant, TU-Darmstadt

1988 – 1992

Tutor to Professors J. Habermas and U. Wolf, University Frankfurt/M

EXPERTISE and FOCI in RESEARCH and TEACHING

My research and teaching cover a range of topics in the areas of Moral and Social Philosophy, Empirical Philosophy, Ethics, Epistemology, Feminist Theories.

Current themes:

SERVICE on PANELS and EXPERT COMMISSIONS/COMMITTEES (selected)

2015 – 2023

ZES, German Central Ethics Commission Stem cell research

2019 – 2022

German Academy of Science, LEOPOLDINA, Working group on “brain organoids”

2019

ERC European Research Council, Vice Chair Synergy Grants, Panel Social Sciences and Humanities

2016 – 2018

Irish Research Council Inner Board Postgraduate and Postdoctoral Fellowships

2011 – 2017

UK Biotechnology and Biological Science BBSRC Strategy Board ‘Bioscience in Society’

2011 – 2017

ERC European Research Council Panel member (Advanced Grants SH2, Starting Grants SH5)

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

2019

Visiting Fellow Brocher Foundation, Geneva-Hermance, Switzerland

2017

Visiting Professor Centre for Biomedical Ethics, National University Singapore

2015

Visiting Fellow Hanse-Wissenschafts-Kolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany

2015

Visiting Fellow Philosophy Department, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

2006

Young Scholar Award, Ethics & Public Life, Cornell University, USA

2000 & 2001

2 × TU-Darmstadt “Innovative Teaching Award for Interdisciplinary Teaching”

2000

DM 3000 Award for PhD Dissertation Das Paradoxe Subjekt, from TU-Darmstadt

RESEARCH GRANTS (Total income awarded ca. €1.25 Million. Only > €50,000 listed)

2019 – 2022

Principle Investigator “Philosophy and Psychedelics”, donation from Dreamshadow Inc. and the Gibson Foundation. Amount: US$85,000.

2015 – 2017

With Dr Lorenzo Beltrame, MSC “Regulating Umbilical Cord Blood Biobanking in Europe”. H2020-EU.1.3.2. REGUCB Grant agreement ID: 657361. Amount: €195,454. @ https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/657361.

2011 – 2017

Principle Investigator BAMI, WP7 “Towards Harmonized Ethical Standards”. EU FP7 HEALTH.2011.1.4-1: Regenerative medicine clinical trial, Grant agreement ID: 278967. Total award €5,993,083 of which €244,000 for WP7. @ https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/278967.

2006 – 2010

Co-Investigator ESRC (RES-349-25-0002) ‘Stem Cell Research in Context’, Project and Team leader. Amount: £287,000.

2002 – 2004

Co-Investigator with Prof. Wolfgang Bender, ‘The Potential for Social Conflict in Research with Embryonic and Adult Human Stem Cells’, funded by Berghof Stiftung. Amount: €51,500.

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