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Christine NOIVILLE

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Christine Noiville is a doctor of law and a director of research at the CNRS (DR1). She is head of the Institut des Sciences Juridique et Philosophique de la Sorbonne (The Institute of Juridical and Philosophical Sciences at the Sorbonne [ISJPS]; UMR CNRS 8103, Université Paris 1). She specializes in connections between the law and scientific developments, and her research focuses primarily on biotechnology, risk, health, patents, international trade, and the environment. She is president of the Haut comité pour la transparence et l’information sur la sécurité nucléaire (High Committee for Transparency and Information on Nuclear Security), and she is a past or present member or head of numerous organizations and networks: the Haut Conseil des biotechnologies (High Council for Biotechnology), the Conseil scientifique de l’Institut des hautes études pour les sciences et la technologie (Scientific Council of the Institute of Advanced Studies for Science and Technology), the Comité d’éthique de l’Andra (the Andra Ethics Committee), and others. She has written many books on biotechnology, the precautionary principle, the patentability of the living, GMOs, and the right to health. Her major publications include: Les biobanques, Que Sais-Je? (PUF, 2009; co-authored with Florence Bellivier); La bioéquité. Batailles autour du partage du vivant (Autrement, coll. Frontières, 2009; co-authored with Florence Bellivier); Contrats et vivant (LGDJ, 2006; co-authored with Florence Bellivier); Nouvelles frontières de la santé, nouveaux rôles et responsabilités du médecin (Actes Dalloz, 2006); Du bon gouvernement des risques. Le droit et la question du risque acceptable (PUF, 2003); Ressources génétiques et droit, (Pédone, 1997). She is co-editor, along with F. Bellivier, of the journal Cahiers Droit, Sciences et Technologies.
Christine Noiville has been awarded the CNRS Bronze Medal, the Mattei Dogan Prize for Excellence in the Social Sciences, and the French Legion of Honor.

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François Berger

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Professor François Berger and Director of the BrainTech Lab (INSERM)

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Sandra Laugier

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Sandra Laugier is a Professor of Philosophy at Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris, France, and Senior Fellow of Institut Universitaire de France.
She has extensively published on ordinary language philosophy (Wittgenstein, Austin, Cavell); moral philosophy (moral perfectionism, ethics of care); classic American philosophy (Emerson, Thoreau). Her most recent work focuses on democracy and civil disobedience; gender studies, care and environment; and TV series.

She is the PI of the European Research Council Advanced Grant project hosted by Paris 1 DEMOSERIES https://www.demoseries.eu

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Damien Lacroux
Damien Lacroux

Damien Lacroux

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Damien Lacroux is a postdoctoral fellow on the MIRACLE project of the UNESCO EVA Chair. His research in ethics of care and algorithmic health attempts to identify the changes in the status of the doctor, the status of the patient and the responsibilities linked to the integration of algorithms in cancerology.