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Jaquelyne Luce, PhD
- November 2008 - May 2009, Marie Curie International Incoming Fellow at the Centre for Biotechnology, Society and Environment, University of Hamburg, Germany.
Project: “Right to an Open Future?: An Ethnographic Study of Parents’ and Professionals’ Experiences of the Diagnostic and Predictive Genetic Testing of Children in the Era of Genomics." Funded by the European Commission. Scientific Advisor: Regine Kollek
- Since May 2006, Research Fellow within the Karl Mannheim Chair in Cultural Studies, Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, Germany.
Project: "KNOWLEDGE NBIC - Knowledge Politics and New Converging Technologies: A Social Science Perspective." Funded by the EU 6th Framework Programme (2006-2009). Co-ordinator: Nico Stehr. Courses designed and taught: Qualitative Methods (B.A.), Social and Cultural Anthropology (B.A.), Writing (M.A.), Knowledge Management (B.A./M.A.)
- 2004-2006, Research Associate at the Policy, Ethics and Life Sciences Research Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.
Project: "A comparative study of embryo donors’ and non-donors’ views on embryo experimentation for preimplantation genetic diagnosis and stem cell therapies." Funded by the Wellcome Trust. Principal Applicant: Erica Haimes
- 2002-2004, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Sociology and Institute for Women’s Studies, Lancaster University, UK. Funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Advisor: Sarah Franklin Courses designed and taught: Feminist Cultural Theory and Practice (M.A./PhD). Toolkit for Interdisciplinary Study (M.A. / PhD), Nature, Culture and Bodies (B.A.)
- 1996-2002, PhD Studies, Department of Anthropology, York University, Toronto, Canada
- 2001-2002, Sessional Lecturer, Simon Fraser University, Canada. Courses designed and taught: The Politics of the Family (B.A.), Comparative Ethnic Relations (B.A.), The Practice of Anthropology (B.A.), Ethnic Conflicts (B.A.)
- 1999-2000, Research Associate. University of Western Ontario, Canada. Project: "Interprofessional boundary conflicts and relations in the workplace: An examination of the recent integration of midwifery into BC hospitals." Funded by the University of Western Ontario. Principal Investigator: Ivy Bourgeault
- 1998-1999, Visiting Graduate Researcher, British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health (BCCEWH), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- 1998-1999, Research Associate. Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Health Research Inventory Project. "BC Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health." Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- 1997-1999, Research Associate. York Centre for Health Studies. Project: "The Integration of Midwifery into the Ontario Health Care System: Its Impact on Midwifery Principles and Practice." Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Principal Investigator: Ivy Bourgeault.
- 1994-1996, M.A. studies, Department of Anthropology, York University, Toronto, Canada
- 1995-1998, Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, York University
- 1994-1996, Research Assistant James Bay Cree Archival Research. Department of Anthropology, York University. Principal Investigator: Naomi Adelson
- 1989-1993, B.A. studies, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
- Ethnographic research on the cultural meanings of and experiences with emerging and converging technologies, especially genetic testing, nano-enabled technologies and reproductive technologies
- Research Governance and Clinical Practice, especially relating to embryonic stem cell research, egg and embryo donation, prenatal testing, and novel therapeutics
- Feminist science studies
- Reproductive health politics
- Queer parenting and health politics
- Sociology of professions and professionalisation (especially with respect to midwifery in Canada)