Tess Whitton (LLB) was previously the Projects Manager for the Centre for Law and Genetics. She was involved in many of the projects run out of the Centre in both project management and research capacity. Prior to this she was a research assistant on a number of the Centre’s research projects including investigating Patent Pooling in Australia in the biomedical context and the ethical, legal and social implications of biobanking. Tess is currently completing her PhD at the University of Melbourne on Adaptive Governance of emerging health technologies.
Fields of Research
- Law and humanities (480403)
- Crime prevention (230402)
Journal Article(1 outputs)
|2020||Haddad A, Sauer J, Prichard J, Spiranovic C, Gelb K, 'Gaming tasks as a method for studying the impact of warning messages on information behavior', Library Trends, 68, (4) pp. 576-598. ISSN 0024-2594 (2020) [Refereed Article]|
Citations: Web of Science - 1
Co-authors: Sauer J; Prichard J; Spiranovic C