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NZPSA 2009, Conference of the New Zealand Political Studies Association
November 30 - December 1, 2009 _ Auckland, New Zealand
Anna Durnová - paper presentations: “Towards emotion sensitive policy analysis – example of
politics of intimacy”.
Asia-Pacific Science, Technology and Society Network Conference 2009:
OurLands, Our Waters, Our People
November 23-25, 2009 _ Brisbane, Australia
    Herbert Gottweis - presentation: Bio-nationalism in South Korea: Between Stem Cells and BSE
(together with Byoungsoo Kim [Program in STS, Korea University])
Fachtagung der Lebenshilfe Österreich: Wege zur Inklusion
November 18-19, 2009 _ Bregenz, Austria
   
Ursula Naue - opening/keynote speech: Die UN-Konvention und die Herausforderung an Unterstützung für Menschen mit Behinderung (in German; The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
- challenges for assistance for and support of persons with disabilities)
Ursula Naue - workshop chair "Angehörige und soziale Beziehungen" (in German; Relatives and social relationships)
Ursula Naue, participant in the final plenary discussion
Brocher Symposium „Beyond the Embryo. Transnational transdisciplinary and translational perspectives on stem cell research“
November 13-15 2009_Geneva, Switzerland

Christian Haddad - paper presentations: Stem cell clinical trials. Governing an emerging field of experimental practice.
Annual Meeting, Society for Social Study of Science (4S)
October 28 - November 1, 2009 _ Washington DC, USA
Anna Durnová - paper presentations: “Investigating Intimacy in the Social Study of Science: Policies on Dying.
Annual Meeting, Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S)
October 28-31, 2009_ Washington DC, USA
    Herbert Gottweis - presentation: Bio-nationalism in South Korea: Between Stem Cells and BSE
(together with Byoungsoo Kim [Program in STS, Korea University])
IBBL
October 20, 2009 _ Luxembourg
Herbert Gottweis - presentation: Integrated Biobank of Luxembourg: Understanding its Public Perception
European Science Foundation (ESF-LiU) Conference,
The perfect body – between normativity and consumerism
October 9-13, 2009 _ Linköping, Sweden
Ursula Naue (together with Katrin Grüber) chair of the conference;
Ursula Naue – paper presentation: The Medical/Individual and the Social Model of Disability – Power, resistance and biopolitics
REMEDIE 3rd MEETING
October 8-10, 2009 _ Tuilbinger Kogel, Austria
Herbert Gottweis - presentation: Publics and images of biobanks
Obergurgl SPIN Retreat
October 2, 2009 _ Obergurgl, Austria
    Herbert Gottweis - presentation: Key Issues in Neuroscience, Neuroethics, and Society
King's College London - Workshop "How do we collaborate?"
September 24, 2009 _ King's College London, UK
Ursula Naue – presentation: The impact of visibility: Who wants to be a 'research subject'?
Jahrestagung der Akademie für Ethik in der Medizin e.V. (AEM)
September 24-26, 2009 _ Berlin, Germany
    Ursula Naue – invited talk: “Behinderung ist keine Krankheit. Auswirkungen Defizit orientierter Ansätze auf ein Leben mit Behinderung“
Vital Politics III, The Politics of the Life Sciences in an 'Age of Biological Control'
September 16-19, 2009 _ LSE, London, UK
    Ursula Naue - paper presentation: "Populations under control: Neuroimaging, mild cognitive impairment and early Alzheimer’s disease
DSDC 3rd International Conference: Facing the future
September 14-16, 2009 _ York, UK
    Ursula Naue (together with Thilo Kroll) – paper presentations: “Great expectations and scepticism about genomics technology: Late-onset Alzheimer’s Disease, the search for memory genes and clinical practice“
5th ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) General Conference
September 10 – 12, 2009 _ Potsdam, Germany
    Ingrid Metzler - paper presentation: “Testing theory - explaining Italy: Governing innovative
health technologies in Italy”
Second International Conference of the Tiss.EU Project
  Privacy, Confidentiality & Personality Rights in Biobanking and Genetic Reaearch
with Human Tissue
July 16 - 18, 2009 _ University Medical Center Goettingen, Germany
Georg Lauß - paper presentations: (Dis-)Entangling Public and Private Zones in Biobank Research: A Conceptual and Theoretical Framework
Université européenne d’été « Nouvelles figures de l’État. Violences, droit et société »
July 15, 2009 _ Toulouse, France
    Anna Durnová - Invited Talk: “State facing moral catastrophes: memento mori in French politics.” (in French).
4th International Conference on Interpretative Policy Analysis
June 25-27, 2009 _ Kassel, Germany

Christian Haddad - paper presentation: Constructing experimental Bodies. the biopolitics of clinical trials between research and care

4th Conference on Interpretive Policy Analysis
June 25 - 27, 2009 _ Kassel, Germany
    Anna Durnová - Panel chair: Emotions in Policy Analysis: Theory and Interpretation.
paper presentation: “Investigating Intimacy: Research on Dying Policies.”
4th Conference on Interpretive Policy Analysis
June 25 - 27, 2009 _ Kassel, Germany
Herbert Gottweis - presentation: Emotions and Policy-Making
West Balkan Science Day
June 22, 2009 _ Vienna, Austria
Ursula Naue – chair of a workshop on “Development and social cohesion in a knowledge society”
  First Annual Gengage Network Conference, A genetic health service?
June 17, 2009 _ Glasgow, Scotland
Ursula Naue – paper presentation: Geno-literacy: Issues of Participation and Knowledge Transfer
Alzheimer Europe Conference
May 28-30, 2009 _ Brussels, Belgium
    Ursula Naue – paper presentations: “Dementia, disabling conditions, society and political priorities. Lessons learned from disability movement“
GeneBanC: Stakeholder meeting
May 20, 2009 _ Leuven, Belgium
    Georg Lauß - invited talk: “An elephant in the room!”- A science in society perspective on issues of privacy and transnational practices
International Conference: New Challenges for Biobanks. Ethics, Law and Governance
May 18, 2009 _ Leuven, Belgium
    Georg Lauß - invited talk: “Orchestrating ‘the end of the beginning’: A political science perspective on large scale biobank collaboration”
Conference “Beyond Pattison: Challenges to Stem Cell Translation and Policy”,
May 7-8, 2009 _ Welcome Trust Centre London, UK
    Herbert Gottweis - presentation: Understanding Differences in Stem Cell Governance
(in cooperation with Christian Haddad, Chen Haidan, and Paul Just)
BIONET Forth Workshop:Biobanking & Personal Genomics:
Challenges – Futures for EU-China Collaborations
April 27-29, 2009 _ Shenzhen, China
    Herbert Gottweis - presentation: Biobanks: What Determines Success and Failure
59th Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Challenges for Democracy in a Global Era
April 7 - 9, 2009 _ Manchaster, UK
    Anna Durnová - Panel Convenor: “Space for emotions? Emotions as political and interpretative triggers”,
paper presentation: “(Re)searching a political space for emotions: the case of end-of-life policies.”
10th NNDR Conference, Challenging Positions in Disability Research -
normativity, knowledge and praxis
April 2-4, 2009, Nyborg _ Denmark
Ursula Naue, paper presentation: “Let‘s talk about disability: But who and how? “
First Scottish Caring Congress and 10th Annual Dementia Care Conference
March 18-19, 2009 _ Edinburgh, Scotland
Ursula Naue (together with Thilo Kroll) – paper presentations: “Rehabilitation in Alzheimer’s Disease“
1st International Conference on Bridging Knowledge in Long Term Care and Support.
Crossing Boundaries Between Ageing and Disability
March 5-7, 2009 _ Barcelona, Spain
    Ursula Naue – invited talk: “Bridging policies and practice: Challenges and opportunities for the governance of disability and ageing“
PCC Meeting
March 6, 2009 _ Graz, Austria
    Herbert Gottweis - presentation: [Subproject II]: Biobanks and their local/global, socio-economic, scientific-technological, ethical, and political context
Dementia Fair Congress (DFC)
February 17-18, 2009 _ Hamburg, Germany
Ursula Naue – paper presentation: “The politics of participatory approaches in dementia research“
London Regenerative Medicine Network Meeting
January 21-28, 2009, London, UK
Herbert Gottweis - presentation: The Politics of Regenerative Medicine: Challenges Ahead
REMEDiE 2nd meeting
January 14, 2009 _ York, UK
Herbert Gottweis - presentation: REMEDiE WP 3 EU and global politics: transnational science - research approach and early findings
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