2010 - 2011

A total of eleven (11) grants -- the highest number so far -- were awarded for the 2010-2011 session of the post-graduate and post-doctoral exchange program (PPP) to young researchers working on fields corresponding to the themes of network.

The grants allow eleven distinguished young researchers to circulate amongst the European countries of the DRUGS Research Networking Program. The local working groups of the Program, which host the PPP, will impart working methods, archives and advice to these participants. And upon the completion of their visit, the participants will produce a report hightlighting their travel and research experience.

As members of the RNP, the participants contribute to and enrich the Network as they produce knowledge, take part in scientific events, deliver a formal communication and finally a publication.

 

Viola Balz, Charité Institut für Geschichte der Medizin

Viola Balz´s project is called „Between Social Psychiatry and Clinical Psychopharmacology: the establishment of psychiatric epidemiology in Germany, England and France, 1954-1975. In London she will be hosted by the Centre for the History of Science Technology and Medicine at  Imperial College, and the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine. She will also be visiting the NHS (Wales) University Health Board in Bangor, and the Centre de Recherche Médecine Sciences Santé et Société (Cermes3) in Villejuif Cedex.  

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Edison Bicudo, Jr., Centre for Biomedicine & Society, Kings College London

Edison Bicudo Jr. is researching the globalization of clinical trials and particularly recruitment companies in Spain France the UK and Brazil.  He will be visiting the Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Instiuto de Filosofia in Madrid and the Centre de Recherche Médecine Sciences Santé et Société (Cermes3) in Villejuif Cedex.   

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Mauro Capocci, Sapienza University of Rome

Mauro Cappoci´s project is on „the Travelling penicillin.  Italy as a „central periphery“ in post-War Europe.“ He will be hosted by the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine in London, the Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Instiuto de Filosofia, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas in Madrid and the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. 

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Axel Hüntelmann, Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology, Bielefeld University

Axel Huentelmann´s project is titled „Shifting Experimental Therapy: the Transformation from serum therapy to chemotherapy after 1900 in Germany and Great Britain.“ He will be hosted by the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine at the University of Manchester, the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine in London, and the University of Oslo´s Institute for General Practice and Community Medicine.

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Agata Ignaciuk, Institute for Women´s Studies, University of Granada

Agata Ignaciuk´s project is titled „The hormonal contraception in Poland and Spain during the dictatorship and the democratic transition (1964-1997): Discourses, debates and practices.“ She will be hosted by the Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine in London and the Charité Institut für Geschichte der Medizin in Berlin.

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Nils Kessel, Doctoral School Augustin Cournot, University of Strasbourg

 

Nils Kessel is researching the discursive and practical uses of drugs in the 20th Century, with emphasis on the examples of France and West Germany from 1950-1990. He will be hosted by the Technische Universität Braunschweig.

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Robert G. Kirk, Centre for the History of Science Technology and Medicine, University of Manchester

Robert Kirk´s project is on the standardization of laboratory animal production, provision, use and welfare in the biomedical sciences throughout the twentieth century. He will be hosted by the University of Oslo`s Institute of General Practice and Community Medicine. 

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Alexandre Marchant, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan

Alexandre Marchant´s project is on „The French and Dutch health policies toward drug abuse at the time of the ‚drug epidemics: a new transnational approach.“  He will be hosted by Utrecht University´s Department of Pharmaco-epidemiology and pharmaceutical sciences.

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Arjo Roersch van der Hoogte, Department Metamedica, Free University of Amsterdam

 

Arjo Roersch van der Hoogte´s research project is on „E. Merck, Spain and the role of Latin America in the circulation of knowledge and standards on drugs (especially cocaine and quinine) in the first half of the twentieth century.“  He will be visiting the the Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales, Instiuto de Filosofia, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas in Madrid.  He will also go to Berlin to be hosted by the Charité Institut für Geschichte der Medizin and to visit the Merck Archives.

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Alexander von Schwerin, Technische Universität Braunschweig

Alexander von Schwerin is working on the history of risk policy and the regulation of chemical hazards such as occupational and environmental toxins. He will be visting three places: 1) The Descartes Centre at Utrecht University 2) The Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine in London and 3) the Centre de Recherche Médecine Sciences Santé et Société (Cermes3) in Villejuif Cedex.   

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Magaly Tornay, University of Zurich

Magaly Tornay is working on a history of psychoactive substances in Switzerland from 1950 to 1990. She will be hosted by The Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine in London, the Centre for Health, Medicine and Socity: Past and Present at Oxford Brookes University and also the Descartes Centre at the University of Utrecht.

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