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Role in Photoboost

UOX will lead the social sciences and public engagement work package, including the deployment of a qualitative collaborative systems approach developed by Dr Fuller, to explore key stakeholder opinions on the development of policy for biotech crops in the EU and LMICs. SGHMS will also develop a targeted communication plan for the dissemination of information about project activities to non-scientists.


Sebastion Fuller

Selected publications

Menary J, Collier R, Seers K (2019) Innovation in the UK fresh produce sector: identifying systemic problems and the move towards systemic facilitation. Agricultural Systems 176, 102675.

Menary J, Hobbs M, Mesquita de Albuquerque S, Pacho A, Drake PMW, Prendiville A, Ma JK-C, Fuller SS. Shotguns versus lasers: Identifying barriers and facilitators to scaling-up plant molecular farming for high-value health products. PLoS One (under review).

Murad S, Fuller SS, Menary J, Moore CM, Pinneh E, Szeto TH, Hitzeroth II, Freire M, Taychakhoonavudh S, Phoolcharoen W, Ma JK-C. Molecular pharming for low and middle income countries. Current Opinion in Biotechnology (under review).

Pacho A, Heming De-Allie E, Furegato M, Harding-Esch EM, Sadiq ST, Fuller S (2019) How is the value of point-of-care tests for STIs negotiated in the context of a nationalised health system? Sexually Transmitted Infections 95(S1), A97.

Fuller SS, Pacho A, Broad CE, Nori AV, Harding-Esch EM, Sadiq ST (2019) “It’s not a time spent issue, it’s a ‘what have you spent your time doing?’ issue…” A qualitative study of patients’ opinions and expectations for implementation of rapid diagnostics for sexually transmitted infections and antimicrobial resistance in UK sexual health clinics. PLoS One 14, e0215380.

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