Social Sciences and Humanities Seminar

Situated Uncertainty and Acceptable Contingency: Next Generation Sequencing in Clinical Practice

Tuesday 21st November, from 5.30–6.45pm, Dr Chris Goldsworthy will be delivering a seminar at Keble College focused on his work examining the roles of uncertainty and contingency in the use of Next Generation Sequencing technologies in clinical practice. Please see full details in the flyer and working paper linked to below.

While this seminar is intended to help foster debate and discussion between graduate students at Keble College and early career researchers in the social sciences and humanities, it is open to all. If you wish to attend, please RSVP to James Palmer ( There are also a limited number of spaces available to dine at formal hall in Keble following the seminar, which will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

View Seminar Abstract

View Working Paper