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Research Interests
Organ donation / transplantation, medical law, medical anthropology, ethics in practice, bioethics, religion, pluralism

Research Area(s)
Europe

Profile

Inge Fiedler joined the Department of Law and Anthropology at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle as a Ph.D. Candidate for the Minerva Research Group The Ethics of Exchange: the Regulation of Organ Donation and Transplantation in February 2021. She holds Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in the Study of Religion(s) from the University of Leipzig (Germany). In her Master’s thesis she analysed strategies of argumentation of German theologians in bioethical debates regarding the genome editing technology CRISPR-Cas9.

Before joining the Max Planck Institute, Fiedler worked as a research assistant at the Institute for the Study of Religion(s) at the University of Leipzig and as a trainee at Wissenschaft im Dialog, a Berlin-based NGO for science communication.

Her current research will focus on organ donation and transplantation in Germany.

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