Klaus Hoeyer studies the organization and regulation of the healthcare system, in particular with respect to the introduction of new medical technologies. His areas of expertise include ethics as a form of regulation and infrastructures for human bodily materials and health data. He has published on, e.g., data sourcing, research biobanking, stem cells, property issues, forensic biobanking, public-private partnerships and public perceptions of genetics. Among his current projects you find an ERC-funded project on data intensification in healthcare: Policy, Practice and Patient Experience in the Age of Intensified Data Sourcing (POLICYAID). 

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