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Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Biomedical research and the politics of the human

Dr Amy Hinterberger

King's College London, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Everyday cyborgs 2.0: law’s boundary work and alternative legal futures

Prof Muireann Quigley

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Fakes, fabrications and falsehoods? Interrogating the social, ethical and political features of pseudo-global health

Dr Patricia Kingori

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Growing old in the Soviet Union, 1945-1991

Dr Susan Grant

Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Re(al)productive justice: gender and disability perspectives

Dr Eilionóir Flynn

National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

A life-course approach to measuring capability for economic evaluation of health and social care interventions

Prof Joanna Coast

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Body, self and family: women’s psychological, emotional and bodily health in Britain c1960–1990

Dr Tracey Loughran

University of Essex, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Human rights, human remains: forensic humanitarianism and the politics of the grave    

Dr Claire Moon

London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Pathologies of solitude, 18th–21st century

Prof Barbara Taylor

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Re-engineering health policy research for fairer decisions and better health   

Prof Tim Doran

University of York, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Sexual violence, medicine and psychiatry

Prof Joanna Bourke

Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Why is youth alcohol consumption falling? A mixed methods investigation of changing drinking cultures across recent generations

Dr John Holmes

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2016)

Discrimination in health services: developing strategies to address a tractable social determinant of health inequalities

Dr Stephani Hatch

King's College London, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2016)

Health of indigenous peoples in Brazil: historical, sociocultural, and political perspectives

Dr Ricardo Santos

ABRASCO, Brazil

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2016)

Law, knowledges and the making of ‘modern healthcare’: regulating traditional and alternative medicines in contemporary contexts

Dr Emilie Cloatre

University of Kent, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2016)

Pre-conception genetic screening for autosomal recessive conditions of uncertain or highly variable prognosis: social and ethical implications

Dr Felicity Boardman

University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2016)

Renaissance skin

Prof Evelyn Welch

King's College London, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2016)

The alcohol industry, public health sciences and policy

Prof Jim McCambridge

University of York, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2016)

The Asian cocaine crisis: pharmaceuticals, consumers and control in South and East Asia, 1900–1945

Prof James Mills

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2016)

User-led research in mental health: history, impact and current configurations

Prof Diana Rose

King's College London, United Kingdom

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