Klaus Lindgaard Høyer Fellow
Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health at the University of Copenhagen
Quadrant: Health and Society
In residence Spring 2010.
Professor Høyer is a faculty member in the department of Health Services Research at the University of Copenhagen. His research looks at how ethics guide regulations vis-a-vis human body hybrids, i.e. objects either derived from or expected to go into human bodies.
Department of Public Health
Øster Farimagsgade 5
Copenhagen 1014 DK
"Conflicting Notions of Research Ethics? The Mutually Challenging Traditions of Social Scientists and Medical Researchers," in Social Science and Medicine, 2005, No. 165, pp. 1741-1749
"Ambigous Gifts: Public Anxiety, Informed Consent, and Biobanks," in GHenetic Databases: Socio-Ethical Issues in the Collection and Use of DNA, Oonagh Corrigan and Richard Tutton, editors