Janne Rothmar Herrmann

Janne Rothmar Herrmann


2008: PhD, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
2002: Candidata juris (LL.M.), Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
2000: LL.B., Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen

Visiting scholarship etc
2019: Visiting researcher, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
2017: Visiting researcher, Queen Mary University of London
2009: English Legal Methods, University of Cambridge
2006: Visiting researcher, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg 

2009- 2010: Editor of Retfærd - Nordic Journal on Law and Justice

External appointments
2017-2021 Alternate member of the Committee on Scientific Misconduct, appointed by the Minister for Science
2017-2018 Chair of the Jurisprudential Expert Group, the Bibliometric Research Indicator
2013-2018 Appointed external examiner by the Ministry of Science for the Danish medical Schools and Public Health Schools in theory of science, ethics, medical law
2010-2015 Danish member of the Nordic Committee on Bioethics by appointment by the Nordic Council of Ministers

2019:   External assessor, Associate Professorship, University of Gothenburg
2018:   Chair of assessment committee, post.doc position, University of Copenhagen
2017:   Scientific Assessor for the Research Council of the Faroe Islands
2016-:  Ethics expert for Research Executive Commission, EU Commission, ethics appraisals, ethics assesments, ethics follow ups
2015:    Member of assessment committee, post.doc. position at the University of Southern Denmark
2014:    External assessor for the Innovationfoundation
2013:    Chair of an assessment committee, associate professorship, The Faculty of Law Copenhagen

Research funding
2019-2022: Partner Technologies of Death and Dying at the Beginning of Life (grant awarded by Independent Research Fund Denmark)
2018-2021: Principal investigator Reconceptualising Reproductive Rights (grant awarded by Independent Research Fund Denmark)
2017:    Partner in Ice Age. Entangled Lives, Times and Ethics in Fertility Preservation (grant awarded by the Danish Research Council)
2017-2020: JURFAST - Use of Health Data in Research (grant awarded by Lundbeckfonden)
2013-2017: co-PI, Global Genes, Local Concerns, University of Copenhagen Interdisciplinary Excellence Programme

Knowledge of languages

  • English
  • French
  • German

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