– Salla Sariola –
Senior LecturerFaculty of Social Sciences University of Helsinki
Salla Sariola is a Finnish Academy Research Fellow running projects on microbes and AMR entitled Cultures of Cultures: Ethnography of Antimicrobial Resistance in Global Contexts (CARE), Antimicrobial resistance in West Africa (AMRIWA), and Socialities of a vaccine trial: Bacteria, Tourists, Local Communities, and Scientists in Benin (BAT). Salla is the author of Research as Development: clinical trials, international collaboration, and bioethics in Sri Lanka (Cornell University Press, 2018) and Gender and Sexuality in India: selling sex in Chennai (Routledge 2012). Her research interests include feminist technoscience; ethics and politics of international knowledge production; and community engagement in low and middle income settings. Salla is the coordinating editor of Science and Technology Studies, the house journal of the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology. During her pastime, she is passionate about fermenting vegetables and dairy as well as permaculture composting.
Further information on Salla is available on her institutional profile.Share
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