Tinnerholm Ljungberg is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of History of Science and Ideas at Uppsala University. In 2015 she defended her PhD thesis in political science on how the issue of assisted reproduction was managed and problematized in Swedish policymaking between 1981 and 2005. Among her research interests are the politics of family and reproduction, feminism, and the relationship between politics, ethics, and medicine. In her current project, Tinnerholm Ljungberg aims to map out and analyze the origins and development of the research ethics committees in Sweden.
Regulating reproductive research: The emergence of ethical guidelines and committees in Sweden
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