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Nicky Hudson

Nicky Hudson

Director, Professor | Leicester, England    United Kingdom
Public Health
Public Health, Medical Sociology,...More
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Biography :

Nicky Hudson is a medical sociologist with particular expertise in social and cultural significance of reproduction, infertility and assisted reproductive technologies. Her work also focuses on the sociology of chronic illness. Uniting these themes is an emphasis on intersectionalities and questions of individual-biomedicine-society relations. She has received funding for her work from the Economic and Social Research Council, the Wellcome Trust, Foundation for Sociology of Health and Illness and the National Institute for Health Research. Her research is characterised by a strong commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration, social translation and impact.

She leads the Centre for Reproduction Research, an interdisciplinary centre of expertise dedicated to the production of scholarship on the social, cultural and political aspects of human reproduction based in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. The Centre has representation from sociology, psychology, anthropology, science and technology studies, nursing, midwifery, health policy and health sciences.

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Public Health

Interested Topics

Public Health, Medical Sociology, Reproduction, Fertility, Chronic Illness, Bio Medicine, Life Sciences, Psychology, Nursing, Anthropology, Health Sciences, Health Policy, Midwifery

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