Professor of Ethnology, Lund University

I do ethnological research on areas including health, identity, transplantation, xenotransplantation, IVF , organ trade, fake medicines and global grey zones. I work interdisciplinary. Recent projects include how researchers should collaborate with participants in clinical experiments for Huntington's disease. I also do research on the spread of falsified medicines and using ethnography as a model to investigate biomedicine’s moral and legal grey areas and to provide a basis for international actions.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Ethnology, Lund University

Education

  • 1992 
    Arts & Cultural Sciences, Lund University, Ethnology

Honours

2018 The Gad Rausing Prize (Rausingpriset); 2016 H.M. the King's medal, 8th size with a bright-blue ribbon; 2015 The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Science; 2014 The Foundation for Renal Disease; 2014 The Wendela Prize (Wendelapriset); 2013 The Foundation for Renal Disease; 1998 The Royal King Gustav Adolf Academy; 1998 Inga and John Hains’ Foundation for Medical Research.