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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

Paulo Amaral Paulo Amaral

Biology, Philosophy, Genetics

The history of junk DNA and RNA: misconceptions and lessons for science and society
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Jean-Christophe Bélisle-Pipon Jean-Christophe Bélisle-Pipon

Bioethics - Medical ethics

AIship: The New State of Being
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Lesley Branagan Lesley Branagan

Anthropology

Navigating Uncertainty: Illness, Care and Agency in Urban India
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Cansu Canca Cansu Canca

Bioethics - Medical ethics, Philosophy

Performance Arts and Professional Sports: Where is the moral limit?
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Liana Chase Liana Chase

Ethical Challenges in Global Mental Health: A Psychopolitical Analysis of ‘Task Shifting’ in Nepal
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Jean Harrington Jean Harrington

Toward Harmonized Ethical Standards
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Christine Hauskeller Christine Hauskeller

Toward Harmonized Ethical Standards
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Roos Hopman Roos Hopman

Facing the unknown suspect: An inquiry into ‘the face’ generated through Forensic DNA Phenotyping
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Tsung-Ling Lee Tsung-Ling Lee

Gene drives in the Global Age: Dual uses and the Rule of Law
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Sayani Mitra Sayani Mitra

Disruptive Embodiments: An ethnography of risks and failures during commercial surrogacy in India
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Jaimie Morse Jaimie Morse

Jaimie Morse
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Mary Nyikuri Mary Nyikuri

Nurses Perceptions about quality of inpatient care for sick newborns in Nairobi, Kenya
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Orla O'Donovan Orla O'Donovan

The dead body as a medical commons?
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Julia Rehsmann Julia Rehsmann

Anthropology

Prec(ar)ious Live(r)s: An Anthropological Engagement with Failing Livers and the Promises of Transplant Medicine
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