Outputs

As the project develops, I will post outputs of project findings here. These may include academic journal articles, chapters, and conferences, as well as content for policy and other audiences, such as copies of written evidence.


Written academic outputs

All written academic outputs from this project will be made Open Access because this project has been funded by the Wellcome Trust. This means that academics, members of the public, clinical and charity professionals should all be able to access articles free of charge. Click on the article link, and this will take you directly to the full version.

(2021) “It’s harder for the likes of us”: racially minoritised stem cell donation as ethico-racial imperative. BioSocieties. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41292-021-00241-9 —You can also read a summary of the paper in this blog at the University of Sheffield.


Outputs for policy-makers

Written evidence submitted to the APPG on Stem Cell Transplantation’s inquiry into barriers to accessing treatment and care from Mix and Match. [read the accompanying blog post]. In this document, you can read the submitted evidence from Mix and Match to the inquiry, which I submitted to the APPG in August 2020. – [click here to download] – Learn more about the eventual report here.

Evidence Response to the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities’ open consultation on “ethnic disparities and inequality in the UK. [read the accompanying blog post]. In this document, you can read the responses I sent from Mix and Match in November 2020. – [click here to download]


Conferences

Poster for ‘Race in the Round’

(2021) Race in the Round: Reflecting on contemporary sociologies of race, health and biomedicine in the UK. A roundtable chaired by Ros Williams and Anne Pollock. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, held online, 16 September. [blog post]

(2021) (2021) “Everything to Gain, Nothing to Lose”?: Patient campaigners, racialised inequity, and stem cell donor recruitment, Black Health and the Humanities Network, University of Bristol, held online, 8 September. Invited paper. [blog post]

(2021) “Everything to Gain, Nothing to Lose”?: Patient campaigners, racialised inequity, and stem cell donor recruitment, European Sociological Association (ESA) Annual Conference, held online, 2 September. [blog post]

(2021) “It’s harder for the likes of us”: racially minoritised stem cell donation as ethico-racial imperative.  Policy, Ethics and Life Sciences (PEALS) research centre, Newcastle University , held online, 2 September. Invited paper. [blog post]

(2021) “Everything to Gain, Nothing to Lose”?: Patient campaigners, racialised inequity, and stem cell donor recruitment, British Sociological Association (BSA) 70th Anniversary Annual Conference, held online, 14 March. [blog post]

(2019) Race and medicine beyond the lab: constituting racialised communities in UK stem cell donation. Race and Medicine Beyond the Lab symposium, Kings College London, September. [blog post]

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(2019) Mix & match: Constituting racialised communities in UK stem cell donation, British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, University of York, September. [blog post]

(2019) Mix & match: Constituting racialised communities in UK stem cell donationSATSU [Science and Technology Studies Unit] research seminar, University of York, 13 March. Invited paper. [external webpage]


Public Engagement

(2021) Interview with Genetics Engage [blog post]

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