Catherine Montgomery

Catherine Montgomery


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Research Interests

Catherine Montgomery is a Chancellor's Fellow in Science, Technology and Innovation Studies at the University of Edinburgh.  Her research focuses on the juncture between scientific knowledge production and clinical care, and she has explored this in various clinical settings, often through ethnographies of clinical trials.  Much of her work to date has focused on the ways in which the design and implementation of clinical research produces particular configurations of knowledge, sociality and change. Bringing together her interests in data practices and material and discursive transformations in healthcare, her current work explores learning health systems and the mutual re-configuration of knowledge and care in data driven healthcare.


Previous Research

Catherine previously held fellowships at the University of Oxford (Institute for Science, Innovation & Society/Nuffield Department of Primary Care), the University of Amsterdam (Department of Sociology & Anthropology), the University of York (Science & Technology Studies Unit) and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. She has conducted research into how methods travel in global health research, the rise of adaptive design clinical trials, and the ways in which patient experience data are mobilised in the NHS.

Education/Academic qualification

Master in Science, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Bachelor of Arts, University of Cambridge

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of London


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