Josepine Fernow works with research dissemination and communication. She co-ordinates activities and manages CRB’s external and internal communications. She is the communications manager and public lead for the management work package in the IMI-funded public-private partnership PREFER and leads communication work packages in the H2020 funded SIENNA and STARBIOS2 projects and contributes to communications tasks the IMI ConcePTION project.
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Giving patients a voice in drug development
PREFER is a five year public-private research project where academic researchers and the pharmaceutical industry work together to find out when and where patients want, can and should be involved in drug development
Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI)
Promoting organisational change in 6 bioscience institutions.
Technology, ethics and human rights
Genomics, Enhancement, AI & Robotics
The SIENNA project will address ethical issues in three new and emerging areas with major socio-economic impact.
Medication safety in pregnancy and breastfeeding
The IMI funded ConcePTION project is building a pan-European ecosystem for generating, monitoring, and providing robust information on medication safety in pregnancy and breastfeeding.
The Human Brain Project
The Human Brain Project is one of the European Community flagship projects and involves over 100 groups. Kathinka Evers leads the philosophical research.
Josepine Fernow on the Ethics Blog
Achieving impact: some arguments for designing a communications strategy
Part of RRI implementation in bioscience organisations, p. 177-180, 2019.
RRI implementation in bioscience organisations: Guidelines from the STARBIOS2 project
Setting future ethical standards for ICT, Big Data, AI and robotics: The contribution of three European projects
Part of Orbit Journal, 2019.
Quality of online information about phase I clinical cancer trials in Sweden, Denmark and Norway
Part of European Journal of Cancer Care, 2018.
Individual and Societal Responsibilities: Ethical dilemmas related to interventions (Workshop)
Part of Ending Childhood Obesity. Actions through Health and Food Equity, p. 14-19, 2016.