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Giuseppe Testa

Giuseppe Testa

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Giuseppe Testa heads the Laboratory of Stem Cell Epigenetics at the European Institute of Oncology in Milan, where he also co-founded the interdisciplinary PhD program on Life Sciences, Bioethics and Society (Foundations of the Life Sciences and Their Ethical Consequences, Folatec). His STS and bioethics scholarship focuses on the relationship between the life sciences and the evolution of modern democracies. His scientific and bioethics/STS work has appeared in leading peer-reviewed journals. He is the author, with Helga Nowotny, of Naked Genes: Reinventing the Human in the Molecular Age. He holds an MD, a PhD in Molecular Biology and an MA in Bioethics and Law and has been fellow in the Program on Science, Technology and Society at the Harvard Kennedy School within the Branco Weiss Society-in-Science program.

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