Research Group on the Ethos of Technology

Anamika Chatterjee

Anamika Chatterjee PhD candidate

Name: Anamika Chatterjee

Position: PhD Candidate, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Programme for Applied Ethics


Research interests:  Bioethics, Ethics of Technology, Biotechnology, Healthcare

Bio: I did my Bachelors and Masters of Technology in Biotechnology with a focus on plant tissue culture and plant genomics. Following this, I interned in Novozymes, an enzymes development company and also worked in healthcare market research for a year. However, my interest in the ethics of biological research directed me towards the Erasmus Mundus Master of Bioethics in 2015. During this course I was introduced to the prevailing issues of biomedical ethics and developed a curiosity in the dual use and/or misuse of technology. I am now pursuing my PhD in the ethical aspects of a gene regulation knowledge commons.

Project: DrugLogics

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