Interview with Mark Sheehan: Collaboration and positive change
Highlighted collaborations include:
- 'Commodifying Carbon: The Ethics of Markets in Nature' workshop (with ECI) - the outcomes of this workshop are helping to inform policy and opinion on carbon markets.
- 'Ethics, Equipoise and Research on Charged Particle Therapy' conference (with PTCRI) - delegates at the conference have drafted a consensus document which they hope will have a big impact on the future of Charged Particle Therapy.
- "Why is ‘failed’ research important?" paper (with input from Steve Rayner of INSIS), on ‘failed research’ and the potential benefits of publication of negative results.
This is the first in a series of interviews with JM Fellows, conducted by Julia Banfield, Communications Officer, Oxford Martin School.