Associate Professor Rachel Ankeny
Rachel A. Ankeny is author of numerous journal articles on topics in the history and philosophy of biology and medicine, among other areas of research expertise. She is a co-founder and organising committee member for the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice, the Chair of the National Committee for History and Philosophy of Science of the Australian Academy of Science, and Chair of the Committee on Meetings and Programs for the History of Science Society, as well as an associate editor of Studies in History and Philosophy of Science. She currently is Associate Professor in the School of History and Politics and Associate Dean/Research for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Adelaide.
Professor Stephen Garton
Stephen Garton is the author of four books and over sixty articles, chapters and encyclopaedia and historical dictionary entries in such areas as the history of madness, psychiatry, crime, incarceration, masculinity, eugenics, social policy, poverty, returned soldiers, and sexuality. In addition to being a fellow of a number of learned academies and societies he was awarded the Centenary Medal in 2003 for services to Australian history. From 2001 to 2009 Professor Garton was Dean of the Faculty of Arts. He is currently Provost & Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney.
Professor Stephan Hartmann
Stephan Hartmann is Chair in Epistemology and Philosophy of Science in the Department of Philosophy at Tilburg University and Director of the Tilburg Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science. His primary research and teaching areas are general philosophy of science, formal epistemology, philosophy of physics, and political philosophy. Hartmann published numerous articles and the book Bayesian Epistemology (with Luc Bovens) that appeared in 2003 with Oxford University Press.
Professor Susan Lindee
Professor Susan Lindee is a historian at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA, who studies historical and contemporary questions raised by human and medical genetics and genomic medicine. Lindee is a Guggenheim Fellow, a Weiler Fellow, and the winner of a Burroughs Wellcome Fund 40th Anniversary Award and the Schuman Prize of the History of Science Society. She is on the Executive Committee, Philadelphia Area Center for the History of Science, and the Advisory Board, Bates Center for the History of Nursing. She is now Associate Dean of the Social Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania. Her books include Suffering Made Real (1994), The DNA Mystique (1995) with the late sociologist Dorothy Nelkin, and Moments of Truth in Genetic Medicine (2005).
Professor Gerard Milburn
Professor Milburn is Deputy Director of the Australian Research Council Center of Excellence for Quantum Computer Technology. He is currently an Australian Research Council Federation Fellow at the University of Queensland. He is a member of a number of international advisory committees including the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Canada. Gerard Milburn is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and The American Physical Society.
Professor John Norton
Professor Norton is Director of the Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh. He is a founder and executive committee member of the philosophy of science preprint server, philsci-archive.pitt.edu, a contributing Editor to Archive for History of Exact Science, a philosophy of physics editor of The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy and serves on several other editorial boards.