Dr Federica Lucivero

Marie Curie Fellow King's College London

Dr Lucivero is currently employed as Marie Curie Fellow at the Social Science Health and Medicine department at King’s College London, where she conducts research on the ethical social and political aspects of technological innovation in the biomedical field. She has written on a number of biotechnologies (brain-computer interfaces, molecular diagnostics, robots and e-healthcare) and her expertise spans across different areas and disciplines: ethics and social studies of science and technology, governance of innovation, philosophy of science and technology, and empirical bioethics. In her research, she combines theoretical and methodological questions with empirical investigation. Her current project investigates the ethical challenges of digital technologies in healthcare, specifically looking at mobile apps and personal health records. Currently, she serves as KCL representative in the Working Group on mHealth guidelines at the European Commission.