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Date: 4/12/2022
Subject: **BREAKING NEWS** TASA 2022 Keynote announcement
From: TASA

Keynote News!
Dear ~~first_name~~,
I am happy to report that planning for TASA 2022 is going well. I am extremely excited to be able to share news that one of our keynote speakers will be Professor Barbara Prainsack from the University of Vienna. Barbara was "very honoured, and delighted to accept" the invitation from TASA. Introducing Barbara:

Professor Barbara Prainsack

Barbara Prainsack is a professor and Head of Department at the Department of Political Science at the University Vienna, where she also directs the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Solidarity (CeSCoS), and the interdisciplinary Research Platform “Governance of Digital Practices”. Her work explores the social, ethical, and regulatory dimensions of genetic and data-driven practices and technologies in biomedicine and forensics.
Barbara's latest books are:
Personalized Medicine: Empowered Patients in the 21st Century? (New York University Press, 2017), and
The Pandemic Within: Policy Making for a Better World (with H. Wagenaar, Policy Press, 2021). Barbara is also involved in policy-related work, e.g. as a member of the Austrian National Bioethics Commission, and the European Group on Ethics in
Science and New Technologies, which advises the European Commission. Read on...
You can follow Barbara on Twitter via @BPrainsack.
Stayed tuned for forthcoming announcements about our other keynote speakers. In the meantime, if you would like to present at TASA 2022 (including if you have been invited to present as part of a panel), you have until 25th May to upload your submission.
Abstract and paper submission guidelines are available on our conference site here.
Click here to SUBMIT
Peta Cook
TASA – Vice President
TASA 2022 Conference Convener
Dr Peta Cook
University of Tasmania