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The Fondation Brocher is an essential player in this vital thinking process: one which will help make us aware of the real challenges in using our resources for maximum impact on the health of the people of the world.

 

 

Professor Daniel Wikler, Harvard University

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The Brocher Foundation is a Swiss non-profit private foundation  recognized of public interest. Your donations are tax deductible according to the regulations in force.

Visiting researchers

Ruth Chadwick Ruth Chadwick

Skin ethics
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flis henwood flis henwood

Digital Health: Sociological Perspectives (a Book to be published by Wiley)
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See-Muah Lee See-Muah Lee

The Ethical, Legal and Moral dimensions of Tele-palliative Care.
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Benjamin Marent Benjamin Marent

Digital Health: Sociological Perspectives (a Book to be published by Wiley)
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Alexander  McClelland Alexander McClelland

Pharmaco-legal governance of HIV: From high-impact prevention to the criminalization of transmission, non-disclosure and exposure
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Mara Pillinger Mara Pillinger

To R&D or Not to R&D: Partnership Priorities for Neglected and Pandemic Disease Control
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Priya Satalkar Priya Satalkar

Social Translation and Adaptation of Reproductive Technology (START): An interdisciplinary socio-ethical investigation of social egg freezing in urban India
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Hannah Schickl Hannah Schickl

Bioethics - Medical ethics, Philosophy

On the moral consideration of human embryos in vitro with the example of stem cell research and preimplantation genetic diagnosis
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denise steers denise steers

Gender mender, bender or defender- variations in sex development/Intersex in the New Zealand context
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Meredith Temple-Smith Meredith Temple-Smith

Medicine

Sexual Health for Australians: Actions, Omissions and Achievements.
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Mary Walker Mary Walker

Bioethics - Medical ethics, Philosophy

Ethics of artificial organs, advanced prosthetics and brain-machine interfaces
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