New co-authored publication by Amy Hinterberger and Sara Bea
Project team members, Amy Hinterberger and Sara Bea have contributed to the first ever interdisciplinary Cambridge Handbook of Health Research Regulation, with a chapter called ‘Cells, Animals and Human Subjects: Regulating Interspecies Biomedical Research’.
We are delighted to have participated in the Handbook which explores current challenges in delivering quality medical research for the public good and to provide insights on how to design better regulatory approaches. The Handbook is freely available open access.
We would like to thank Graeme Laurie and the rest of the editorial team, along with the late Samuel Taylor-Alexander for inviting us to be part of this interdisciplinary initiative.