Anja Pichl, M.A.

Alumna
Affiliated Doctoral Candidate 2016-2020
Universität Bielefeld

E-Mail: anja.pichl@bbaw.de

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Research project

Exploring Limits of Biological Knowledge at the Example of Stem Cell Research

CV

since 2019
Research associate in the office of the Interdisciplinary Research Group Gene Technology Report at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BBAW)

since 2016
Doctoral candidate at the DFG Research Training Group 2073 Integrating Ethics and Epistemology of Scientific Research, Universität Bielefeld

2014 – 2016
Research assistant (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin) of the subproject “Individual- and socio-ethical perspectives on a translational research project” within the Bavarian research network Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (ForIPS), funded by the Bavarian Ministry for Education and Culture, Science and Art, based at the Institute TTN at LMU Munich and lead by Prof. Dr. Arne Manzeschke.

2015 – 2016
Scientific Coordinator of the International BMBF-Summer School Pluripotent Stem Cells. Scientific practice of stem cell research: ethical, legal and social aspects and discourses, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

2012 – 2014
Student assistant at the Institute TTN at LMU Munich

Publications

Pichl, A. (2019). What Keeps an Outdated Stem Cell Concept Alive? A search for traces in science and society. In: Hauskeller, C.; Manzeschke, A. & Pichl, A. (eds.), The Matrix of Stem Cell Research. An Approach to Rethinking Science and Society. London: Routledge.

Hauskeller, C.; Pichl, A. & Manzeschke, A. (2019). Knowledge and Normativity. A matrix of disciplines and practices. In: Hauskeller, C.; Manzeschke, A. & Pichl, A. (eds.), The Matrix of Stem Cell Research. An Approach to Rethinking Science and Society. London: Routledge.

Pichl, A. (2015). Entwicklungsbiologische Totipotenz und das ethische Potentialitätsargument. Probleme des ethischen Naturalismus in der Embryonenschutzdebatte. In Ach, J.S., Denkhaus, R., Lüttenberg, B. (eds): Forschung an humanen embryonalen Stammzellen. Aktuelle ethische Fragestellungen. Münsteraner Bioethik-Studien Vol. 13. Münster: Lit-Verlag.

Pichl, A. (2015). Synthetische Biologen als Newtons des Grashalms? Epistemologische und transzendentalphilosophische Zweifel an der Gegenstandskonzeption der Synthetischen Biologie. In: Herresthal, S. & Grassman, T. (eds), Leben konstruieren? Deutungsmuster synthetischer Biologie. TTN edition Nr. 1/2015