Irma Klünker is a student assistant in the research programme “Data, actors, infrastructure” in the project “Data Governance”. Previously she was a student assistant in the project “The Futures of telemedicine”. She is a law student at Humboldt University of Berlin, specialising in intellectual property law in the area of biotech innovations.
Before joining the HIIG she gained insight in empirical legal studies as an intern at Max-Planck-Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn and worked as a student assistant in a law firm in energy law.
Student assistant: Data, actors, infrastructures
Book contributions and chapters
Wernick, A., & Klünker, I. (2019). Prohibitions on long distance treatment: Historical roots and continuities in limiting the use of electronic telemedicine. In T. C. Bächle, & A. Wernick (Eds.), The futures of eHealth. Social, ethical and legal challenges. (pp. 169-177). Berlin, Germany: Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. Publication details
Klünker, I. (2019). Conference report: Markets for eHealth – Perspectives from innovators and entrepreneurs. In T. C. Bächle, & A. Wernick (Eds.), The futures of eHealth. Social, ethical and legal challenges. (pp. 99-102). Berlin, Germany: Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. Publication details
Organisation of eventsTHE FUTURES OF eHEALTH - Social, legal and ethical challenges
From 29.04.2019 to 30.04.2019. Festsaal, Humboldt Graduate School, Berlin, Germany (International)
Niklas Trinkhaus, Irma Klünker, Alina Wernick, Thomas Christian Bächle