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Dr Gill Haddow

Former Innogen Research Fellow

gill.haddow@ed.ac.uk

0131 650 2389

Gill completed her PhD ('Organ Transplantation and Donation The Paradox of Gifting and Dis/Embodiment') in the Sociology department at the University of Edinburgh in 2001.

Gill co-convenes a postgraduate research training course on 'Data Collection', contributes lectures to the post-graduate course Research Design and teaches the unit ‘Death, Embodiment and Identity’ on the undergraduate Sociology 2 course 'Transformations of Self and Society'.

Research Interests

Gill's research interests include (but are not limited to):

• The sociology of the body

• Organ donation and transplantation

• The ethical, legal and social issues around the access and use of medical data and DNA

• The democratic mandate of genetic interest groups

• The regulation of cytoplasmic embryos and xenotransplantation

• Genetics, families and relationships

Current research

Completed research

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