Dr Julius Mugwagwa has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship.
Julius will be working on 'Cross-national technology regulation in Africa' and the abstract below captures the essence of the project:
'Building on methodologies and theoretical insights from the doctoral study, the proposed fellowship seeks to make an original and innovative contribution to understandings of how policies and regulatory systems for innovations spread across countries with the mediation of supranational organisations and other trans-national policy actors in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). This will be done through a multi-level comparative analysis of processes towards cross-national governance frameworks for biotechnology/biosafety policies and medicines control regulations in southern, eastern and western Africa'
For additional information, please contact Julius.