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Under Review.  Book Manuscript: Metabolizing Data.


Under Review. Levin, Nadine. “Metabolism and big data” in The Handbook of Biology and Society 

Under Review.   Kheria, Smita, Levin, Nadine, and Charlotte Waelde.  "Negotiating the copyright landscape in the United Kingdom: Two case studies of arts and humanities researchers." in Routledge Companion on Media Education, Copyright and Fair Use

In Press. Nadine Levin and Sabina Leonelli.  “How Does One ‘Open’ Science?” Science Technology & Human Values

In Press.  Levin, Nadine, Leonelli, S, Weckowska, D, Castle, D, and John Dupre.  

"How Do Scientists Define Openness? Exploring the Relationship between Open Science Policies and Research Practice."  Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society

2016.  Levin, Nadine, Salek, Reza M and Christoph Steinbeck.  “Chapter 11: From Big Data to Databases” in Metabolic Phenotyping in Personalized and Public Healthcare, 1st Edition by Nicholson, Darzi, Holmes, and Lindon (eds.)


2015. Merrifield, C, B Berger, O Cloarec, S Heinzmann, F Deschenaux, L Krause, Nadine Levin, S Duncker, A Mercenier, E Holmes, M Bailey, and Jeremy Nicholson. “Neonatal environment exerts a sustained influence on development of the intestinal microbiota and metabolic phenotype.” The ISME Journal

2015. Levin, Nadine, Kheria, Smita, and Charlotte Waelde. “Copyright in publicly funded arts and humanities research: challenges and values.”  Report to the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) UK


2015. Levin, Nadine.  “Double Review of ‘Bio-Objects: Life in the 21st Century’ by Niki Vermeulen et al. and ‘Genes, Cells and Brains: The Promethean Promises of the New Biology’ by Hilary Rose and Steve Rose.” History of Human Sciences, 28(1): 144-152.


2015. Levin, Nadine.  "Open access, open data, open science...what does "openness" mean in the first place?"  Somatosphere


2014. Levin, Nadine. "What’s being translated in translational research? Making and making sense of data between the laboratory and the clinic." TECNOSCIENZA: Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies, 5(1): 91-113.


2014. Levin, Nadine. "Multivariate statistics and the enactment of biological complexity in metabolic science." Social Studies of Science, 44: 555-578.


2014. Levin, Nadine.  "Making up 'persons' in personalized medicine with metabolomics."  Somatosphere

2013. Levin, Nadine. “An anthropology of the ‘metabonomics’ laboratory? Conducting ethnographic research at the forefront of personalized medicine.” Society, Biology, and Human Affairs, 77: 1-9.


2011. Levin, Nadine. “Review of ‘Promising genomics: Iceland and deCODE genetics in a world of speculation.’ by M Fortun.” Journal of Biosocial Science, 43(6): 766-767.


2011. Levin, Nadine. “Review of ‘Technologized images, technologized bodies.’ ed. by J. Edwards et al.” Journal of Biosocial Science, 43(5): 638-639.


2010. Levin, Nadine. “Review of ‘Genetics, health care and public policy: an introduction to public health genetics.’ by A. Stewart et al.” Journal of Biosocial Science, 42(4): 573-574.

2008. DePaolo, RW, Tang, F, Kim, I, Han, M, Levin, N et al. “Toll-Like Receptor 6 Drives Differentiation of Tolerogenic Dendritic Cells and Contributes to LcrV-Mediated Plague Pathogenesis.” Cell Host Microbe, 4: 350-61.


2008. Levin, Nadine.  “The differential role of TLR2 dimers consisting of TLR1, TLR2, TLR6 and CD14 in the induction of tolerogenic dendritic cells: implications for Yersinia pestis pathogenesis.”  The Chicago Biological Investigator, The University of Chicago.


2006. Levin, Nadine.  “CD14 is required for immune modulation by LcrV, a virulence factor for Yersinia pestis.”  The Chicago Biological Investigator, The University of Chicago.




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