Below is a selection of the group’s relevant publications.

Mark Davis

Davis, M. & Lohm, D. (forthcoming), Pandemics, Publics and Narrative, Oxford University Press, New York.

Price, L.,  Gozdzielewska, L., Young, M., Smith, F., MacDonald, J., McParland, J., Williams, L., Langdridge, D., Davis, M. and Flowers, P. (accepted for publication 7 February 2018) ‘The effectiveness of interventions to improve the public’s antimicrobial resistance awareness and behaviours associated with prudent use of antimicrobials: a systematic review’, Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.

Broom, A., Gibson, A., Kirby, E., Davis, M., and Broom, J. (accepted for publication 1 February 2018) ‘The private life of medicine: Accounting for antibiotics in the ‘for-profit’ setting’,  Social Theory and Health.

Davis, M., Whittaker, A., Lindgren, M, Djerf-Pierre, M., Manderson, L. and  Flowers, P. (2017) ‘Understanding Media Publics and the Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis’, Global Public Health. DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2017.1336248.

Davis, Mark (2017). ‘”Is it Going to be Real?” Narrative and Media on a Pandemic,’ Sympoisum on ‘Analyzing narratives across media’ in Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 18(1), Art. 18,

Broom, A., Broom, J., Kirby, E., Gibson, A. and Davis, M. (2017) ‘Antibiotic optimisation in ‘the bush’: Local know-how and core-periphery relations,’ Health & Place, 48, 56-62.

Camporesi, S., Vaccarella, M. and Davis, M. (2017) ‘Investigating Public Trust in Expert Knowledge: Narrative, Ethics, and Engagement’ in ‘Public Trust in Expert Knowledge’, Symposium for Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 14(1), 23-30.

Flowers, P., Riddell, J., Park, C., Ahmed, B., Young, I., Frankis, J., Davis, M., Gilbert, M., Estcourt, C., Wallace, L. and McDaid, L. (2017) Preparedness for the use of the rapid result HIV self-test by gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM): a mixed methods exploratory study amongst MSM and those involved in HIV prevention and care, HIV Medicine, 18(4), 245-255.

Catherine Mills

Mills, C. 2017, Biopolitics, Routledge.   

Mills, C. 2016, ‘Resisting biopolitics, resisting freedom: Prenatal testing and choice’, in S. Wilmer and A. Zukauskaite (eds.), Resisting Biopolitics: Philosophical, Political and Performative Strategies, Routledge, London, pp. 109-122.

Mills, C. 2015, ‘The case of the missing hand: Gender, Disability and Bodily Norms in Selective Termination’, Hypatia: A journal of feminist philosophy, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 82-96.

Mills, C. 2011,  Futures of Reproduction: Bioethics and Biopolitics, Springer.

John Gardner

Gardner, J., Warren, N., Mason, P., & Dominguez, J. (In press). Neurosocialities: Anthropological engagements with the neurosciences. Medical Anthropology (Invited editorial).

Gardner, J., Webster, A. & Barry, J. (2018). Anticipating the clinical adoption of regenerative medicine: building institutional readiness in the UK.Regenerative Medicine. 13(1):29-39

Gardner, J. (2017). Distributive Justice and Regenerative Medicine.Regenerative Medicine. 12(7): 865-874.

Dew, K.,Gardner, J., Morrato, E., Norris, P., Chamberlain, K., Hodgetts, D., & Gabe, J. (2017). Public engagement and the role of the media in post-marketing drug safety: The case of Eltroxin (levothyrozine) in New Zealand.Critical Public Health. Early access online.

Gardner, J. (2017) Rethinking the Clinical Gaze: Patient-Centred Innovation in Paediatric Neurology. Palgrave: Basingstoke (Expected publication date May 2017). DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-53270-7

Gardner, J. (2017). Patient-centred medicine and the broad clinical gaze: Measuring outcomes in Paediatric deep brain stimulation. BioSocieties. 12(2):239-256.

Gardner, J. & Webster, A. (2017). Accelerating Innovation in the Creation of Biovalue: the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult. Science, Technology & Human Values. 42(5): 925-946

Gardner, J., Higham, R., Faulkner, A. & Webster, A. (2017). Promissory Identities: Sociotechnical Representations & Innovation in Regenerative Medicine. Social Science & Medicine. 174: 70-8.

Gardner, J. (2017). Securing a Future for Responsible Neuromodulation in Children: The Importance of Maintaining a Broad Clinical Gaze. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology. 21(1): 49-55.

Gardner, J. & Webster, A. (2016). The Social Management of Biomedical Novelty: Facilitating translation in regenerative medicine. Social Science & Medicine. 156: 90-7.

Alan Petersen

Petersen, A., Munsie, M., Tanner, C., MacGregor, C. & Kotey, J. 2017, Stem Cell Tourism and the Political Economy of Hope, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Petersen, A. 2015, Hope in Health: The Socio-Politics of Optimism, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Petersen, A. & Wilkinson, I. 2015, ‘Sociology of hope in contexts of health, medicine and healthcare’, (Special issue) Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 113-118.

Petersen, A. 2011, The Politics of Bioethics, Routledge, New York and London.

Samuel Taylor-Alexander 

Taylor-Alexander, S. and A. Edmonds (Eds.) (2017) Cosmetic Futures: Ethics, Politics, and Beauty in Plastic Surgery. Medical Anthropology, 36(7)

Taylor-Alexander, S. 2017, Normal/Modern: Reconstructive Surgery in a Mexican Public Hospital. Medical Anthropology, 36(7), 615-628.

Taylor‐Alexander, S. 2017,  Ethics in Numbers: Auditing Cleft Treatment in Mexico and Beyond. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 31(3), 385-402.

Taylor-Alexander, S., & Addison, C. 2017, Building for Biology: A Gene Therapy Trial Infrastructure. Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, 3, 332-350.

Taylor-Alexander, S., et al. 2016, ‘Beyond regulatory compression: confronting the liminal spaces of health research regulation’, Law, Innovation & Technology, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 149-176.

Taylor-Alexander, S. 2014, ‘Bioethics in the making: “Ideal patients” and the beginnings of face transplant surgery in Mexico’ Science as Culture, vol. 23, no.1, pp. 27-50.

Andrea Whittaker

Whittaker, A. (in press, 2018 (accepted November 2017)) International Surrogacy as Disruptive Industry in South east Asia. Rutgers: Portland.

Whittaker A (in press, accepted 31 October 2017) “Stop Thai Women’s Wombs from Becoming the World’s Womb”: Reproductive Nationalism and the Closure of Commercial Surrogacy in Thailand. Mackie, V (ed) The Body and the Globe: From IVF to Assisted Reproduction. Lexington, Lanham.

Chee HL and Whittaker A (in press accepted 17 January 2018) Moralities in international medical travel: moral discourses among Indonesian patients and locally-based agents in Malaysia. Journal of Ethnicity and Migration Studies (JEMS) [DP1094895, 2010-2012]

Chee H L, A Whittaker and B Yeoh (2017) International Medical Travel and the Politics of Transnational Mobility in Asia . Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 58,2: 129-135. DOI:10.1111/apv.12164 [DP1094895, 2010-2012]

Whittaker A, Chee HL and Por, HH (2017) Regional circuits of international medical travel: Prescriptions of trust, cultural affinity and history. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 58,2: 136-147. [DP1094895, 2010-2012]

Chee Heng Leng and Whittaker, A (2017) Medical travel facilitators, private hospitals and international medical travel in assemblage. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 58,2 :242-254 DOI:10.1111/apv.12161 [DP1094895, 2010-2012]

Davis, M, Whittaker, A, Lindgren, M, Djerf-Pierre, M, Manderson, L & Flowers, P (2017) Understanding media publics and the antimicrobial resistance crisis. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2017.1336248

Song, Vu Ha, Whittaker, A and Rodgers, S (2017) “Assessment and diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder in Hanoi, Vietnam”  Journal of Child and Family Studies. 26(1): 1334-1344.

Lui, CW., Dean, J., Mutch, A. L Mao, J Debattista, J Lemoire, C Howard, A Whittaker, O Hollingdrake, L Fitzgerald. HIV Testing in Men who have Sex with Men: A Follow-up Review of the Qualitative Literature since 2010. AIDS Behaviour (2017). doi:10.1007/s10461-017-1752-3