Manuel Guerrero Antequera

Manuel Guerrero Antequera

PhD, Visiting Researcher

Manuel Guerrero Antequera is a sociologist and bioethicist with extensive experience in human rights. He holds a PhD in Sociology and Postgraduate Diplomas in Medical Ethics and Research Ethics. He is a researcher in CRB´s Neuroethics team and Assistant Professor of Bioethics at the Department of Bioethics and Medical Humanities in the Faculty of Medicine and of Ethics at the Centre for Applied Ethics in the Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities at the University of Chile, University of Chile. He is an associated researcher at the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society, in the Division of Neurogeriatrics at the Karolinska Institutet. He is also H2020 EU FET Flagship Human Brain Project's Ethics Rapporteur programme lead, part of the HBP's Ethics & Society subproject.

His research interests combine philosophy, social sciences and neuroethics, with focus on the ethical and social implications of brain research and neurotechnologies and the promotion of responsible research and innovation. He is currently working building a conceptual model that integrates social praxeology and neuronal epigenesis, as a way of understanding the cultural and social imprints on the brain.

E-mail: manuel.guerrero@crb.uu.se
Mobile: +46 704 34 74 21
Twitter: @manuel_guerrero