Marie Gueguen is an alumnus of the Rotman Institute, who completed her doctorate under the supervision of Chris Smeenk in 2019. She was recently awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Individual Fellowship (IF) grant by the European Commission. Her unique project will embed her in a research group working with molecular physicists and astrochemists--one of [...]
We'd like to begin this bi-monthly post with some exciting job news from Rotman alumnus Jamie Shaw. Jamie received a SSHRC postdoc at the University of Toronto. His research will focus on philosophy of science and science policy. Congratulations, Jamie! The past couple months included opportunities for us to get together with our colleagues from WIRB at [...]
Congratulations to Rotman Institute Alumna, Jennifer Epp, who received the best student essay prize from the Canadian Philosophical Association. The title and abstract of Jennifer's essay are below. Title: Why the Epistemic Effects of Oppression Must Matter in Feminist Theory Abstract: For decades feminist theorists have carefully investigated aspects of oppression that affect people as knowers. But [...]
Rotman Institute Alumnus, Spencer Hey, has been appointed Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer at Harvard Medical School (Division of Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacoeconomics and the Center for Bioethics). Spencer is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at McGill University. His work focus on methodological and ethical problems related to clinical trails. Read more about Spencer's research here.
The mission of the Rotman Institute is to bring philosophers into productive engagement with scientists, policy makers and the public. An important component of accomplishing this mission is building strong ties with our alumni and celebrating their accomplishments as they put their training into practice in academic, governmental and private spheres. Spencer Hey [...]