Ros Williams
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Brexit as heredity redux: Imperialism, biomedicine and the NHS in Britain
D Fitzgerald, A Hinterberger, J Narayan, R Williams
The Sociological Review 68 (6), 1161-1178, 2020
Cord blood banking–bio-objects on the borderlands between community and immunity
N Brown, R Williams
Life Sciences, Society and Policy 11 (1), 1-18, 2015
Everyday curation? Attending to data, records and record keeping in the practices of self-monitoring
K Weiner, C Will, F Henwood, R Williams
Media in Action| Volume 3, 141, 2022
Cords of collaboration: interests and ethnicity in the UK's public stem cell inventory
R Williams
New Genetics and Society 34 (3), 319-337, 2015
Enactments of race in the UK’s blood stem cell inventory
R Williams
Science as Culture 27 (1), 24-43, 2018
Negotiating the practical ethics of ‘self-tracking’in intimate relationships: Looking for care in healthy living
CM Will, F Henwood, K Weiner, R Williams
Social Science & Medicine 266, 113301, 2020
Bloody infrastructures!: Exploring challenges in cord blood collection maintenance
R Williams
Technology analysis & strategic management 30 (4), 473-483, 2018
Constituting practices, shaping markets: remaking healthy living through commercial promotion of blood pressure monitors and scales
R Williams, K Weiner, F Henwood, C Will
Critical Public Health 30 (1), 28-40, 2020
Navigating standards, encouraging interconnections: infrastructuring digital health platforms
R Williams, C Will, K Weiner, F Henwood
Information, Communication & Society 23 (8), 1170-1186, 2020
‘We all have a responsibility to each other’: Valuing racialised bodies in the neoliberal bioeconomy
S Merz, R Williams
Raced Markets, 30-43, 2021
Self-monitoring for health: Questions for an emerging field
K Weiner, F Henwood, C Will, R Williams
Available at SSRN 3051201, 2017
“It’s harder for the likes of us”: racially minoritised stem cell donation as ethico-racial imperative
R Williams
BioSocieties 16 (4), 470-491, 2021
Chaper 12 “I’ve Got People’s Spit All over Me!”: Reflections on the Future of Life-Saving Stem Cell Donor Recruitment
R Williams
Being Human During COVID-19, 2022
Alexej Ulbricht, Multicultural Immunisation: Liberalism and Esposito
R Williams
Theory, Culture & Society 34 (7-8), 265-268, 2017
‘Improving the odds for everybody’: Narrative and media in stem cell donor recruitment patient appeals, and the work to redress racial inequity
R Williams
Sociology of Health & Illness 44 (7), 1114-1131, 2022
The social life of DNA: race, reparations, and reconciliation after the genome
R Williams
Ethnic and Racial Studies 39 (13), 2485-2487, 2016
Complicity: Methodologies of Power, Politics, and the Ethics of Knowledge Production
R Williams, G Hollin
Viral Justice
R Williams
Ethnic and Racial Studies, 2023
The logics of invited and uninvited material participation: bringing blood pressure self-monitoring into the clinic
K Weiner, F Henwood, J Andrews, C Will, R Williams
Science & Technology Studies, 2022
Complicity: Methodologies of power, politics and the ethics of knowledge production
G Hollin, R Williams
Sociology of Health & Illness 44, 1-21, 2022
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