Anne Cambon-Thomsen, MD, immunogeneticist, specialised in human biology and health ethics, is Emeritus Research Director at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) in a joint Unit on epidemiology and public health of the National Institute of health and medical research (Inserm) and University of Toulouse, France. She worked on human genetic variation in populations and diseases, transplantation immunogenetics, then societal and policy aspects of genomics and biotechnologies. She entered Inserm in 1976, completed a post-doctorate in Denmark 81-82 and became research director at CNRS in 88. She directed two research units (85-97) in Toulouse, then led an interdisciplinary team on societal aspects of biotechnology for health and a platform of societal dialogue (1998-2016). With experience in national and European ethics bodies and projects on ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) of research, she co-directed the Common Service ELSI of BBMRI-ERIC, the European infrastructure on biobanking and biomolecular resources 2015-17. She is member of the European Group on Ethics of Science and New Technologies (EGE) and the ESOF 2018 Champion.
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