Centre for Global Health Policy

Panel 3. Manipulated Microbes: Genetics, Genomics and Global Health Security

Panel Organiser:
Stefan Elbe, Director, Centre for Global Health Policy

Panel Chair:
Jan Selby, Director, Sussex Centre for Conflict and Security Research




Christian Enemark, Reader, Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, ‘Mutated microbes, biosecurity and regulatory reach: dilemmas in governing technology transfers’



Rebecca J. Hester, Assistant Professor of Social Medicine, Institute for the Medical Humanities, University of Texas Medical Branch, ‘How Much (Bio)
Security is Too Much?: Ethics, Life Science Research, and the H5N1 Controversy’


James Revill, Research Fellow, SPRU (Science and Technology Policy Research), University of Sussex, ‘Just because you’re paranoid doesn't mean it can’t get you’; security and synthetic biology in the 21st Century’

Video unpublished.


Stefan Elbe, Christopher Long, Anne Roemer-Mahler, Centre for Global Health Policy, ‘Pharmaceuticals and security: The role of public-private collaborations in strengthening global health secuirty’