Understanding the implications of early detection for health, medicine and society

Elusive risks: Engaging with hard-to-reach and non-interested publics in the community

Principal Investigator: Dr Maryon McDonald, Department of Social Anthropology, Cambridge
Co- Investigator: Dr Ignacia Arteaga, Department of Social Anthropology, Cambridge

Funded by: Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre Early Detection Programme Pump Priming Awards 2019

Risk communication with patients undertaking testing for BRCA genes

Principal Investigator: Dr Alexandra Freeman, Winton Centre for Risk & Evidence Communication, DPMMS
Co- Investigator: Dr Gabriel Recchia, Winton Centre for Risk & Evidence Communication, DPMMS

Funded by: Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre Early Detection Programme Pump Priming Awards 2019

The Practical Significance of the Decision in Mayo v Prometheus to Exclude Medical Correlations from Patent Protection

Principal investigator: Dr Kathy Liddell & Dr John Liddicoat, Faculty of Law

Funded by: CRUK Cambridge Centre Early Detection Programme

Rethinking the ethics and epistemology of cancer detection

Principal Investigator: Dr Stephen John, Department of History and Philosophy of Science

Funded by: CRUK Cambridge Centre Early Detection Programme "implications for health, medicine and society arising from the early detection of cancer" awards 2017

Scoping the social realities of early detection of cancer

Principal Investigator: Dr Maryon McDonald, Department of Social Anthropology
Co-Investigator: Samuel Murison

Funded by: CRUK Cambridge Centre Early Detection Programme "implications for health, medicine and society arising from the early detection of cancer" awards 2017