Cristian Timmermann Ph.D.
|Phone:||0821 598 71003|
|Room:||04-EG.A004 (Faculty of Medicine / Gutenbergstraße 7)|
|Address:||Gutenbergstraße 7, 86356 Neusäß|
Climate change and public health ethics; social justice; food and agricultural ethics; artificial intelligence in healthcare.
Cristian Timmermann studied philosophy and political science at the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich and holds a PhD in Philosophy from Wageningen University (The Netherlands). He works as a political philosopher on issues related to life sciences and social justice, focussing both on theory and policy analysis. His research interests include poverty, meaningful work, public goods and science policy for agriculture, health care and climate mitigation and adaptation technologies, with regional expertise in Latin America and Europe. In the past he held research positions in Wageningen, Beersheva, Mexico City, Santiago de Chile and Ulm, with research stays at the Brocher Foundation, the Hastings Center, Rome, Salzburg, Brisbane, and Louvain-la-Neuve.
2019 Research stay by the Hastings Center, United States
2019 Honorary Hoover Fellowship by the Hoover Chair, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
2018 „Morton Deutsch Award“ for the best paper in Social Justice Research
2017-20 Post-doctoral fellowship by FONDECY, Chile
2016 Incoming Visiting Fellowship by the Austrian Academy of Sciences
2014-16 Post-doctoral fellowship by DGAPA-UNAM, Mexico
2013-14 Post-doctoral fellowship by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
2013 Research stay by the Fondation Brocher, Switzerland
Editorial Board: Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics; La Propiedad Inmaterial.