Haidan Chen

Philosopher, 2021-2022 Berggruen China Center Fellow

Haidan Chen is an Associate Professor with Tenure at the Department of Medical Ethics and Law, School of Health Humanities, Peking University (PKU). She gained a Ph.D in the Philosophy of Science and Technology from Zhejiang University. She was a visiting postgraduate researcher at the Institute for the Study of Science Technology and Innovation (ISSTI), the University of Edinburgh; a visiting scholar at the Brocher Foundation, Switzerland; and a Fulbright visiting scholar at the Center for Biomedical Ethics, Stanford University. Her research interests embrace the ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI) of genetics and genomics, and the governance of emerging technologies, in particular stem cells, biobanks, precision medicine, and brain science. Her publications appear at Social Science & Medicine, Bioethics and other journals. As a Berggruen Institute China Center fellow, she will be working on the social impact of Brain-Computer Interface (BCI).

陈海丹,北京大学医学人文学院医学伦理与法律系长聘副教授,浙江大学科学技术哲学专业博士。曾在爱丁堡大学科学技术与创新研究所、瑞士Brocher Foundation、斯坦福大学生物医学伦理中心等研究机构访学。她的研究兴趣包括遗传学和基因组学的伦理、法律和社会影响 (ELSI),以及新兴技术,比如干细胞、生物样本库、个体化医学、脑科学的治理。这些研究发表在Social Science & Medicine, Bioethics等期刊。作为博古睿中国中心研究员,她将进行“脑机接口的社会影响”研究。

By Haidan Chen

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