Anna CouturierSPS Department
Science, Technology & Innovation Studies
Anna Couturier is a PhD student in Science, Technology and Innovation Studies. Her work focuses on algorithmic governance, digital methods, digital health studies, and regenerative medicine.
She also serves as the Digital Manager for EuroStemCell project and is based at the University of Edinburgh's MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine. Her work develops educational digital resources for EuroStemCell's partners and public. She also provides in-depth training for scientists and science communicators with a special focus on science and technology in digital spaces.
Masters. Berlin School of Economics and Law. Berlin, Germany.
Political Economy of European Integration.
Bachelors. Columbia University. New York City, USA.
Institute for Research on Women and Gender.
Awards and Funding
2018 - present: School of Social and Political Science Studentship, University of Edinburgh.
2010-2012: Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD) Graduate Scholar.
2010: Departmental Honours, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Columbia University.
Science and technology Stem Cells Digital methods Critical Digital Health Studies Platform Politics Algorithmic Governance energy security
Marketing Experimental Stem Cell Therapies in the UK: Biomedical Lifestyle Products and the Promise of Regenerative Medicine in the Digital Era, Sonja Erikainen, Anna Couturier & Sarah Chan (2020), Science as Culture, 29:2, 219-244, DOI: 10.1080/09505431.2019.1656183
Contact us for more information: an analysis of public enquiries about stem cells, Amy Zarzeczny, Claire Tanner, Jan Barfoot, Clare Blackburn, Anna Couturier & Megan Munsie, Regenerative Medicine, Vol. 14, 2020 DOI: https://doi.org/10.2217/rme-2019-0092
Eating the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree: Ecological Modernisation and Sustainable Consumption, Anna Couturier and Kannika Thaimai, Published March 2013, Institute for International Political Economy, ISBN: 1869-6406