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Interview with Vural Özdemir (McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada) and Edward S Dove (Columbia University, New York, NY, USA)Professor Prainsack earned her PhD at the University of Vienna (Austria) and was awarded the prize for the ‘Best Political Science Dissertation’ of 2003–2004 by the Austrian Political Science Association. As a faculty and principal investigator, she held numerous research grants, including the ‘Genes Without Borders – Towards Global Genomic Governance’ from the Austrian Ministry of Science and Research. She has been a visiting professor in International Studies at Ramkamhaeng University (Bangkok, Thailand) and at Goethe University (Frankfurt am Main, Germany) and held a 6-month Fellowship on ‘Solidarity as a Core Value in Bioethics’ at the Nuffield Council on Bioethics (London, 2011). Professor Prainsack is currently the UK’s representative for the European Co-operation in the field of Science and Technology (COST) Domain Committee for Individuals, Societies, Cultures and Health (ISCH), and a member of the National Bioethics Commission in Austria. In 2011 she was appointed as the Chair of the new European Science Foundation’s (ESF) Forward Look on Personalized Medicine for the European Citizen.

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