Anna Zielinska, post-doctoral fellow at the Jacques Loeb Centre for 2015-2016.
Anna conducted research on ethics, law, and politics of assisted reproductive technology (ART).
She has since gone on to become an associate professor at the University of Lorraine, Department of Philosophy
Cristian Timmermann, post-doctoral fellow at the Jacques Loeb Center for 2013-2014.
Cristian he did research on the challenges in patenting pesticides and antibiotics, on how the concept of free-riding applies to intellectual property and on the idea of contributive justice.
Israel Belfer, post-doctoral fellow at the Jacques Loeb Centre for 2013-2014.
Belfer analyzed the character of biology in the information age (molecular biology, evo-devo). This project had an interdisciplinary orientation, aimed at a scientific shift taking place over the past half-century across multiple disciplines and with influences on the social realm (the information age and big data) as well as the mode of scientific inquiry. Among the topics of research: current scientific discourse, new institutions and a new style of reasoning in an information-rich environment.