Joann WilkinsonPhD student
My research interests include gender, health, medicine, reproduction and reproductive technologies.
The Ovulating Body: Home Reproductive Technologies and the Remaking of Knowledge
My research looks at how women and couples monitor ovulation in order to help them conceive. I am examining a number of technologies used for ovulation monitoring and am focusing on how such devices alongside the practices of collecting and understanding ovulation data shape the reproductive body.
MPhil Gender and Women's Studies, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
This research is supported by Intel Labs as part of the "Biosensors in Everyday Life" programme.
Dr. Celia Roberts, Dr. Maggie Mort
Biosensing networks: sense making in consumer genomics and ovulation tracking
Kragh-Furbo, M., Wilkinson, J., Mort, M.M.E., Roberts, C.M., MacKenzie, A.B. 2017 In: Understanding personal medical devices.
Ovulation monitoring and reproductive heterosex: living the conceptive imperative?
Wilkinson, J., Roberts, C., Mort, M. 3/03/2015 In: Culture, Health and Sexuality. 17, 4, p. 454-469. 16 p.
Living Data: Making sense of health biosensors
01/05/2011 → 30/04/2015