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Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Artificial intelligence in the clinic

Dr Annamaria Carusi

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Artificial intelligence and health: exploring effect and relationality across three sites of intelligence and care

Prof Sarah Cunningham-Burley

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Configuring ethical artificial intelligence in healthcare

Dr Charalampia (Xaroula) Kerasidou

Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Governing artificial intelligence safety in healthcare: developing a learning architecture for regulation, investigation and improvement

Dr Carl Macrae

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Liability for harms caused by artificial intelligence in healthcare

Dr Jeffrey Skopek

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Public data, private collaborator: will machine learning relocate medical knowledge?

Dr Mercedes Bunz

King's College London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

The ethical governance of artificial intelligence health research in higher education institutions

Dr Gabrielle Samuel

King's College London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Transparency and black box medicine

Alison Hall

PHG Foundation, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2018)

Understanding medical black boxes: a philosophical analysis of artificial intelligence explainability

Dr Rune Nyrup

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

A pilot study of contemporary notions of sexuality and sexual health in post-colonial South Africa

Dr Nolwazi Mkhwanazi

University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Can big data improve healthcare quality regulation? An international comparative analysis

Dr Henry Rothstein

King's College London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Designing fit-for-purpose regulation for evolving healthcare systems

Prof Kara Hanson

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Feeling sexual inside and out: bodies and boundaries in forensic mental health    

Prof Paula Reavey

London South Bank University, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Hidden from history? The psychiatric treatment of lesbian, bisexual and gender non-conforming women 1952-1990 

Dr Helen Spandler

University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Investigating mediated sex and young peoples' health and wellbeing

Prof Clarissa Smith

University of Sunderland, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Normative female sexuality and abortion stigma: a feasibility study using qualitative secondary analysis    

Dr Carrie Purcell

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Out on the pitch: sexuality and mental health in men’s and women’s sport, 1970-present    

Prof Matthew Smith

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Pharmacosexuality: the past, present and future of sex on drugs

Dr Alex Dymock

Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Regulating healthcare through blockchain: mapping the legal, ethical, technical and governance challenges

Prof Karen Yeung

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Seed Awards in Humanities and Social Science (2017)

Regulating resistance, resisting regulation: new regimes to tackle drug-resistant infections in European and Asian healthcare systems

Prof Helen Lambert

University of Bristol, United Kingdom

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