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Tobias Haeusermann, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-5880-7873 Additional info
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences

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    1. Chiong W, Haeusermann T. Commentary 1: Researcher Integrity and Contrasting Obligations in Interdisciplinary Research. J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics. 2019 Dec; 14(5):487-489. PMID: 31779555.
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    2. Haeusermann, T.Forced continuity: Explorations of biographical narratives in dementia care. Journal of Aging Studies. 2019; 49(June):1-8.
    3. Haeusermann T. Forced continuity: Explorations of biographical narratives in dementia care. J Aging Stud. 2019 Jun; 49:1-8. PMID: 31229213.
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    4. Haeusermann T, Fadda M, Blasimme A, Tzovaras BG, Vayena E. Genes wide open: Data sharing and the social gradient of genomic privacy. AJOB Empir Bioeth. 2018 Oct-Dec; 9(4):207-221. PMID: 30596357.
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    5. Haeusermann T. Professionalised intimacy: how dementia care workers navigate between domestic intimacy and institutional detachment. Sociol Health Illn. 2018 06; 40(5):907-923. PMID: 29781196.
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    6. Haeusermann T.. In 2018, Let’s Root Out Genetic Racism For Good. ETHOXBLOG. 2018.
    7. Vayena E, Haeusermann T, Adjekum A, Blasimme A. Digital health: meeting the ethical and policy challenges. Swiss Med Wkly. 2018; 148:w14571. PMID: 29376547.
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    8. Haeusermann T. The dementias - A review and a call for a disaggregated approach. J Aging Stud. 2017 Aug; 42:22-31. PMID: 28918818.
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    9. Haeusermann T, Greshake B, Blasimme A, Irdam D, Richards M, Vayena E. Open sharing of genomic data: Who does it and why? PLoS One. 2017; 12(5):e0177158. PMID: 28486511.
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    10. Haeusermann T.. Opinion: Get to Know Why People Openly Share Genomic Data. The Scientist. 2017.
    11. Haeusermann T.. A Passion for Society: How We Think about Human Suffering. Sociology of Health & Illness. 2017; (4):648-649.
    12. Haeusermann T.. The Dementia Village – Between Community and Society. In: Krause, F and Boldt, J (eds). Caring about Care: Theoretical and Practical Challenges in Healthcare. 2017; 135-168.
    13. Haeusermann T.. Food, Culture & Society. Another Person’s Poison: A History of Food Allergy. 2016; 19(4):729-731.
    14. Haeusermann T.. Caring Communities. Postgraduate Journal of Medical Humanities. 2016; 2:61-83.
    15. Haeusermann T.. I can’t eat that: The sociology behind the rise in food allergies and intolerances. Current Sociology. 2014; 63(3):369-386.
    16. Haeusermann T.. Custom Publishing in the UK: Rise of a Silent Giant. Publishing Research Quarterly. 2013; 29(2):99–109.