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  • CURRICULUM VITAE

    Alberto Cambrosio, Ph.D. November 2017

    Date of birth: December 8, 1950

    Place of birth: Lugano (Switzerland) Citizenship: Swiss and Canadian Languages: French, English, Italian (write and speak)

    German, Spanish (read) Address (Work): Department of Social Studies of Medicine

    McGill University 3647 Peel Street Montreal, Quebec H3A 1X1 Tel.: ++1-514 398-4981 Fax: ++1-514 398-1498 E-Mail: alberto.cambrosio@mcgill.ca Web: http://www.mcgill.ca/ssom/staff/alberto-cambrosio

    Education 1977-1984: Philosophiae Doctor - Histoire et Sociopolitique des Sciences (History and

    Sociology of Science), University of Montreal (Quebec, Canada) [12 January 1984]

    1975-1977: Matrise en Environnement (Masters Degree in Environmental Sciences), Faculty of Science, University of Sherbrooke (Quebec, Canada) [22 October 1977]

    1969-1974: Diplom (B.Sc. Honours) - Zoology (Biology), Faculty of Science, University of Basel (Switzerland) [10 December 1973]

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    Fields of specialization

    Sociology of science, technology and medicine Sociology of biomedical knowledge and practices Sociology of innovation History of contemporary biomedicine Social assessment of science and technology

    Academic and professional experience PRESENT POSITION

    Since 1990: Department of Social Studies of Medicine (also: Associate Member, Department of Sociology), McGill University (Montreal): 2004 (June) present: Full Professor 1994 (June) 2004: Associate Professor (with tenure) 1990 - 1994: Associate Professor (tenure track)

    PREVIOUS AND TEMPORARY POSITIONS

    2005-2016: Chair, Department of Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University. 2016 (June): Invited Researcher, Making Genomic Medicine project, Science, Technology

    and Innovation Studies Subject Group, University of Edinburgh (UK). 2009-2015: Mentor, The Health Care, Technology, and Place II (HCTP2) CIHR Strategic

    Research and Training Program. 2011-2012: Invited Researcher, Centre de Sociologie des Organisations, Sciences Po,

    Paris. 2009 (June-July): Invited Researcher, UMR 912 Inserm-IRD-Universit de la Mditerrane

    (SE4S: Sciences Economiques et Sociales, Systmes de Sant, Socits), Marseille (France).

    2008 (May-June): Invited Researcher, UMR 912 Inserm-IRD-Universit de la Mditerrane (SE4S: Sciences Economiques et Sociales, Systmes de Sant, Socits), Marseille (France).

    2007-2008: Mentor, The Health Care, Technology, and Place (HCTP) CIHR Strategic Research and Training Program.

    1991-2008: Regular member, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie (CIRST), Montreal.

    2007 (May-June): Invited Professor (Professeur associ de 1re classe), cole Nationale Suprieure des Mines de Paris, Centre de Sociologie de lInnovation.

    2005 (April): Visiting Fellow, ESRC Centre for Social and Economic Aspects of Genomics (CESAGen), Cardiff School of Social Sciences, University of Cardiff (UK).

    2004-2005 (September-May): Senior Invited Researcher, Institut National de la Sant et de la Recherche Mdicale (INSERM), Unit 502: Centre de Recherche Mdecine, Sciences, Sant et Socit (CERMES), Villejuif (Paris, France).

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    2002 (JanuaryAugust): Acting Chair, Department of Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University.

    2001 (January-December): Senior Invited Researcher (Poste orange), Institut National de la Sant et de la Recherche Mdicale (INSERM), Unit 379: pidmiologie et sciences sociales appliques linnovation mdicale, Institut Paoli-Calmettes, Marseilles (France).

    1999 (October-November): Invited Visiting Scholar, Max-Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany.

    1999 (March-June): Invited Research Fellow, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, History of Modern Biomedical Science Unit, London (U.K.)

    1997 (February-March): Invited Professor, Facult de Lettres et Philosophie, Universit de Bourgogne, Dijon (France).

    1996-1997: Invited researcher, Centre de Sociologie de lInnovation, cole Nationale Suprieure des Mines, Paris, and INSERM Unit 158 Savoirs et pratiques dans le champ mdical: histoire, sociologie, psychanalyse, Hpital des Enfants Malades, Paris.

    1986-1990: Professeur sous octroi (Research Professor), Centre de recherche en valuation sociale des technologies (CREST), and Department of Sociology, Universit du Qubec Montral.

    1990 (July-September): Matre de recherche associ (Research Associate), Centre de Sociologie de lInnovation, cole Nationale Suprieure des Mines, Paris.

    1985-1986: Visiting Scholar (Postdoctoral Fellow), Program in Science, Technology, and Society, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

    1984-1985: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Sociology, Universit de Montral. 1984: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Sociology, Universit du Qubec Montral. 1983-1984: Consulting Professor, Tl-Universit (Universit du Qubec). 1983: Research Assistant, Institut Qubcois de Recherches sur la Culture. 1980-1983: Lecturer, Department of Biological Sciences, Universit du Qubec

    Montral. 1978-1980: Teaching Assistant, cole Polytechnique de Montral. 1978: Research Assistant, Institut dHistoire et de Sociopolitique des Sciences, Universit

    de Montral.

    Honors and awards

    2011-2012: Senior Fellow of the Research in Paris program, City of Paris. 2009-2010: Gordon Cain Fellow in Technology, Policy, and Entrepreneurship, Chemical

    Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia. 2005: Ludwik Fleck Prize by the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) for the book

    Biomedical Platforms, co-authored with Peter Keating. The Prize is awarded annually for the best book in the area of science and technology studies.

    1997: Burroughs Wellcome Fund, 40th Anniversary Award in the History of Medicine. 2005-present: Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Social Studies of Science. 1998-present: Member of the International Editorial Advisory Board of New Genetics &

    Society. 2007-present: Member of the Editorial Board of History and Philosophy of the Life

    Sciences. 1997-2000: Member of the Advisory Editorial Board of Social Problems.

  • Alberto Cambrosio, Curriculum Vitae page 4

    Research grants and contracts 2016-2019 [Collaborator] Network of Centres of Excellence, BioCanRx Clinical, Social

    and Economic Impact Program: Towards Rational Design of Policies and Practices to Enable Clinical Translation of Novel Cancer Biotherapeutics in Canada (with Tania Bubela, PI, Co-PIs: Christopher McCabe, Jean Sbastien Delisle; Collaborators: Harold Atkins, Jonathan Kimmelman, Richard Gold, Robert Holt, Katherine Bonter, Sowmya Viswanathan, Robert Cook-Degan, David Evans, Katerina Maxikova).

    2015-2019 [PI] Canadian Institutes of Health Research Grant (MOP-142478): Oncology's metaknowledge networks: an investigation of the collective dynamics of bio-clinical innovation (with James Allen Evans, Jean-Philippe Cointet, Peter Keating and Pascale Bourret).

    2015-2016 [co-PI] Portuguese Association for Cancer Research and Fundao Calouste Gulbenkian: CancerRePort / RePortCancer: Researching the dynamics and international positioning of the Portuguese medical oncology community (with Leonor David, PI, and Joo Arriscado Nunes and Jean-Philippe Cointet, co-PIs).

    2014-2017 [Co_PI] Institut National du Cancer (INCa) Grant (France; SHSESP14-002): Les thrapies cibles l'essai: une exploration sociologique de la mdecine personnalise en action (with Pascale Bourret PI, Patrick Castel and Henri Bergeron).

    2014-2018 [PI] Canadian Institutes of Health Research Grant (MOP-133687): Genomic medicine enters the clinic: translational research, actionable mutations, clinical utility, and the reframing of oncology (with Peter Keating and Nicole Nelson).

    2013-2015 [Collaborator] Institut National du Cancer (INCa) Grant (France; subvention de recherche hors appel projet): Analyse qualitative des SIRIC (Sites de Recherche Intgre sur le Cancer) (with Patrick Castel PI, Henri Bergeron).

    2012-2016 [PI] Fonds FRQSC Grant SE-164195 Production et globalisation des savoirs et des pratiques dans le domaine biomdical: une approche interdisciplinaire et comparative (with Peter Keating, Tobias Rees, Thomas Schlich, and George Weisz).

    2011-2014 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Grant 410-2011-2290: Risk and Technology: A History of Pathologys New Style of Practice (1975-1996) (with Peter Keating).

    2010-2013 [Co-PI] Genome Qubec: Molecular profiling of drug resistant triple negative breast cancer (GE3LS component of a grant with Mark Basik, Gerald Batist, Peter Keating, Jonathan Kimmelman and Jacek Majewski).

    2009-2015 [Collaborator] Canadian Institutes of Health Research Grant (Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research program): Health Care, Technology & Place (HCTP): A CIHR Strategic Training Initiative (PI: Peter C. Coyte; 21 co-PIs).

    2009-2013 [PI] Canadian Institutes of Health Research Grant (MOP-93553): From Oncogenes to Genomic Medicine: A Social and Historical Analysis of Translational Cancer Research (with Peter Keating).

    2008-2012 [PI] Fonds FQRSC Grant SE-124896 Production des savoirs et htrognit des pratiques dans le domaine biomdical: une approche comparative (with Peter Keating, Thomas Schlich and George Weisz).

    2008-2011 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Grant 410-2008-1833: From Oncogenes to Post-Genomic Medicine: How Molecular Biology Transformed Clinical Cancer Research (1975-2000) (with Peter Keating).

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    2007-2009 [Co-PI] 61e Commission permanente de coopration franco-qubcoise, tude interdisciplinaire de l'impact du contexte culturel et organisationnel sur les dcisions et standards de pratique en cancrologie (with Jean Latreille, Louise Paquet, Raghu Rajan, Loes Knaapen, Batrice Fervers, Magali Remy-Stockinger, Anne Bataillard, Herv Cazeneuve and Patrick Castel).

    2007 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Aid to Research Workshops and Conferences Grant 646-2006-1083: The institutions of objectivity in medicine: Informal and formal modalities of regulation (with Thomas Schlich, George Weisz and Peter Keating).

    2006-2011 [Collaborator] Institut National du Cancer (INCa) Grant (France; Processus et perspectives de dveloppements de la recherche clinique en cancrologie): Traitements cibls sur une signature gnomique en oncologie: itinraire dun essai et enjeux pour les patients (with Claire Julian-Reynier PI, Isabelle Pellegrini; Pascale Bourret; Themis Apostolidis).

    2005-2008 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Grant 410-2005-1350: Clinical Cancer Research, 1950-2000: The Emergence and Development of a New Science (with Peter Keating).

    2004-2008 [PI] Fonds FQRSC Grant SE-95786 Production des savoirs et htrognit des pratiques dans le domaine biomdical: une approche comparative (with Peter Keating, Thomas Schlich and George Weisz).

    2004-2005 [PI] Canadian Institutes of Health Research, International Scientific Exchange Award (CIHR/INSERM Agreement): Les institutions de l'objectivit mdicale: Le dveloppement de la recherche clinique sur le cancer en Europe.

    2003-2008 [Co-PI] Canadian Institutes of Health Research Grant (MOP-64372): Managing Differences: The Institutions of Medical Objectivity, 1945-2000 (with George Weisz, Thomas Schlich, Rebecca Fuhrer and Peter Keating).

    2002-2005 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Grant 410-2002-1453: Towards a History of Biomedicine: The Post-war Realignment of Biology and Clinical Medicine (with Peter Keating).

    2002-2008 [Co-PI] Fonds FQRSC Research Center Grant 79110, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie (CIRST) (with 27 other researchers from UQAM, UQTR, University of Montreal, University of Sherbrooke, University of Ottawa, Tl-Universit and INRS-Urbanisation).

    2000-2004 [PI] Fonds FCAR (FQRSC) Grant 01-ER-70743: Innovations technoscientifiques, recherches biomdicales et interventions cliniques: la rgulation des pratiques biomdicales (with Peter Keating).

    1998-2001 [Co-PI] Fonds FCAR Research Center Grant, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie (CIRST) (with 12 other researchers from UQAM, University of Montreal, University of Sherbrooke and INRS-Urbanisation).

    1997-2001 [PI] Burroughs Wellcome Fund, 40th Anniversary Award in the History of Medicine: New Biomedical Technologies and the Transformation of Hematology and Clinical Immunology (1960-Present).

    1997-2000 [PI] Fonds FCAR Grant 98-ER-2220: Innovations technoscientifiques, recherche biomdicale et interventions cliniques: propos de la rgulation du travail mdical (with Peter Keating).

    1997-2000 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Grant 410-97-0689: Scientific Instrumentalities and the Transformation of Medical Judgment after World War II (with Peter Keating).

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    1999 [PI] Burroughs Wellcome Fund, Wellcome Research Travel Grant for a 3-month visit to The Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine (London, U.K.).

    1994-1997 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Grant 410-94-0352: Standards, Instruments and Techniques in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences: A Comparative Approach, 1945-1990 (with Peter Keating and Camille Limoges).

    1994-1997 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Strategic Grant 809-94-008: Lexpertise dans les sciences du risque en contexte de controverse technologique (with Camille Limoges). Matching contribution from the Conseil de la Science et de la Technologie du Qubec.

    1994-1997 [PI] Fonds FCAR Grant 95-ER-2220: Pour une sociologie des pratiques biomdicales: instruments et techniques de visualisation (with Peter Keating).

    1994-1997 [PI] Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine Grant-in-Aid: The Development of Immunological Imagery, 1900-1980 (with Peter Keating).

    1991-1994 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Grant 410-91-1935: The technological shaping of the life sciences after World War II: A research program (with Camille Limoges and Peter Keating).

    1991-1994 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Strategic Grant 809-91-0013: La gestion publique des technologies controverses (with Camille Limoges).

    1991-1994 [Co-PI] Fonds FCAR Grant 92-ER-1204: Lvaluation sociale des technologies: production, diffusion et appropriation des nouvelles technologies et des savoirs scientifiques et technologiques (with Cline Saint-Pierre, Eric Alsne, Paul Carle, Pierre Doray, Camille Limoges and Bernard Schiele).

    1990-1991 [PI] McGill Social Sciences Research Grants Office: The technological shaping of immunology after World War II: A case study of flow cytometry.

    1989-1991 [Co-PI] Social Sciences and Humanities Research...

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