Linda Hogle

Linda Hogle

Years at WID

2011 - present


Ph.D., Medical Anthropology, University of California-San Francisco and University of California-Berkeley

Research Description

  • Stem cell and tissue engineering policy and ethics
  • Socio-cultural, political and ethical issues in emerging biomedical engineering technologies
  • Transnational issues in governance of novel technologies


  • Robert & Jean Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies (former director)
  • Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center (Executive Committee)
  • Cardiovascular Research Center; Neuroscience and Public Policy Program
  • Center for Global Health
  • European Studies Center of Excellence
  • Visual Culture Center
  • Center for Biomedicine and Society, King’s College London

Selected Publications

  • Hogle, LF and Das, A. (forthcoming Sept 2017) The Social Production of Evidence: Regenerative Medicine and the 21st Century Cures Act. Regenerative Medicine.
  • Hogle LF (2017) Intersections of Technological and Regulatory Zones in Regenerative Medicine. In: Bharadwaj, A. (ed.) Global Perspectives on Stem Cell Technologies. London and New York: Springer.
  • Hogle, LF (2016) The ethics and politics of infrastructure: creating the conditions of possibility for big data in biomedicine. In: Mittelstadt, B. and Floridi, L. (eds) The Ethics of Biomedical Big Data. London and New York: Springer.
  • Hogle, LF (ed) (2014) Regenerative Medicine Ethics: Governing Research and Knowledge Practices. NY: Springer.
  • Saha, K. and Hogle, LF (2014) Allying with Donors to Link Health and Medical Information with Human Stem Cell Lines Can Advance Disease Modeling While Enhancing Data Access. Cell Stem Cell 14(5):559-560.