Janne Rothmar Herrmann
Professor with special responsibilities
Karen Blixen Plads 16, 2300 København S, Søndre Campus, Building: 6B.3.15
Primary fields of research
In her research Janne Rothmar Herrmann focuses on the legal regulation of health technology and health care, including:
- Law, Science & Technology
- Biolaw and Medical Law
- Bioethics and research ethics
- Reproductive rights, abortion, assisted reproduction
- Conscientious objection
- Law & Ethics
Current research interests include reproductive rights, the interaction between law and science and regulation of bioethical dilemmas in general.
- Principal Investigator "Reconceptualising Reproductive Rights" (funded by Independent Research Fund Denmark)
- Partner in research project TechnoDeath: Technologies of Death and Dying at the Beginning of Life" (funded by Independent Research Fund Denmark)
- Partner in research project Ice Age. Entangled Lives, Times and Ethics in Fertility Preservation (funded by the Danish Research Council)
- Partner in research project JURFAST - Legal framework for researchers' use of health data (funded by the Lundbeck Foundation)
- Partner in The Cryopolitics of Reproduction in Denmark and Israel (funded by the International Network Programme)
Currently working on a number of papers in collaboration with national and international researchers on assisted reproduction, the Danish regulatory model on abortion, social freezing, and interdisciplinary research methodology. Working on a monograph on biolaw and bioethics in collaboration with philosopher Professor Thomas Søbirk Petersen.
Appointed member of the Dataethics Council by the Minister for Justice 2019-2023 and alternate member of the Committee for Scientific Misconduct 2017-2021 by the Minister of Science and elected governor for the World Association for Medical Law during 2018-2022. Sice 2010 serving as a board member of the Danish Society for Medical Philosophy, Ethics and Methodology, during 2010-2015 she was Danish member of the Nordic Committee on Bioethics by appointment by the Nordic Council of Ministers and she has previously served on the Board of the European Association of Health Law. She is appointed external examiner in medical philosophy and health law at the Danish Medical Schools. She serves as scientific expert and ethics expert for the European Commission in the assessment of Horizon2020 projects.
- Biolaw and bioethics (master level)
- Privacy and Technology (bachelor level)
Supervision of LLB, LLM and PhD students
- Accepted/In pressHerrmann, J. R., Willum Adrian, S., Bach, A. S., Klingenberg, R. & Petersen, M. N., Jul 2019, (Accepted/In press) Emerald Group Publishing.
Research output: Book/Report › Book › Research › peer-review
Slægtskabsreguleringer. Feministisk retsretorik som analyseramme—og dens potentiale for at identificere lovens performative effekterKroløkke, C. & Herrmann, J. R., 26 Apr 2019, In : Rhetorica Scandinavica. 79, p. 44-65
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
- PublishedMinssen, T., Herrmann, J. R. & Schovsbo, J. H., Apr 2019, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Research output: Book/Report › Book › Research