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Celina Ramjoué

Celina Ramjoué

email: ramjouec (at) yahoo.com
email: celina.ramjoue (at) ec.europa.eu

Celina Ramjoué is Head of Sector for “Open Access to Scientific Publications and Data” at the European Commission’s Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content & Technology (DG CONNECT). Before joining DG CONNECT in 2012, Celina worked on open access, open science and science and society issues for the Directorate-General for Research & Innovation for seven years. Prior to joining the European Commission, Celina was a researcher in the field of comparative public policy at the University of Zurich. Her fields of specialisation included genetically modified food and assisted reproductive technology. Celina holds a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in political science and foreign affairs (Universities of Virginia, Munich and Zurich) and been a visiting researcher at Harvard University and the European University Institute.

Publications

Ramjoué, Celina. The Transatlantic Rift in Genetically Modified Food Policy. Dissertation.

Ramjoué, Celina (2003) “Comparing Policy Paradigms: Genetically Modified Food Policy in the United States and the European Union” in Nowotny, Helga (Ed.). Collegium Helveticum Yearbook 2002 (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology). Zurich: Hochschulverlag AG: 53-72.

Ramjoué, Celina and Klöti, Ulrich (2003) “Assisted Reproductive Technology Policy in Italy: Explaining the lack of Comprehensive Regulation” in Bleiklie, I. Goggin, M. Rothmayr, C. (Eds.). Comparative Biomedical Policy: How European and North American Countries Govern Assisted Reproductive Technologies. A Cross-Country Comparison. London: Routledge (forthcoming).

Rothmayr, Christine and Ramjoué, Celina (2003) “Germany: Assisted Reproductive Technology Policy as Embryo Protection” in Bleiklie, I. Goggin, M. Rothmayr, C. (Eds.). Comparative Biomedical Policy: How European and North American Countries Govern Assisted Reproductive Technologies. A Cross-Country Comparison. London: Routledge (forthcoming).

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