Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics (CRB)

Stefan Eriksson

Stefan Eriksson

Senior Lecturer in Research Ethics
Associate Professor of Research Ethics

Stefan Eriksson is an associate professor of research ethics, a senior lecturer at The Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics, and has recently after review been appointed an Excellent Teacher by Uppsala University. He serves as editor of the Swedish Research Council’s website CODEX and as Director of Doctoral Studies as well as Deputy Institutional Board member at the Department of Public Health & Caring Sciences. For the autumn 2017 he is a Matariki visiting scholar at Durham University.

He can be followed at Research Gate and Google Scholar. He has over 90 publications listed, including 3 books, his H-index is 16 and his publications have over 800 citations.

Stefan Eriksson's research interests are fraud in research (he recently was an expert in the Swedish public inquiry on how to investigate misconduct), autonomy and informed consent, the regulation of research, and publication ethics. In 2013 he published the first comprehensive monograph on publication ethics (“Publiceringsetik”, Studentlitteratur) together with his colleague Gert Helgesson. 

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E-mail: Stefan.Eriksson@crb.uu.se
Phone: +46 18 471 61 98


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Biobank and registry ethics & law

For many years, researchers at CRB have provided constructive advise on how to deal with ethical and legal aspects of research using human tissue material and personal data. We have collaborated with biomedical scientists and published our findings in peer reviewed journals. As a summary of this research we have compiled a list of publications with abstracts. We have grouped them thematically to help you find the ones you might be interested in reading. Our publications deal with ethical frameworks and policy, regulatory aspects of biobank and registry research, informed consent, ethical review, integrity concerns, trust, genetic testing, indicental findings, commercialization, public and patient perceptions, rare diseases, children & biobanks & genetics, and biobank studies.

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Biobank and registry ethics & law, report

Publication, regulation and consent

We need to think about the inner workings of research as a practice, and the role that rules and guidelines play. According to Stefan Eriksson, Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in Research Ethics, the real problems for science are the small deviations: the things that happen every day in the grey area between misconduct and ignorance about what is and what is not allowed. Find out what he has to say about publications, regulations and consent.

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Stefan Eriksson, Associate Professor of Research Ethics