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I have been working as a postdoctoral researcher at the Research Training Group Integrating Ethics and Epistemology of Scientific Research since January 2016. I received my PhD in philosophy from University of Jyväskylä, Finland (dissertation: On the conditions for objectivity - How to avoid bias in socially relevant research) in September 2015, after which I worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. In my postdoctoral project I study the interplay between evidence and non-epistemic, e.g., cultural, financial, and ethical, factors in nutrition research. The focus is on how different non-epistemic interests are reflected in population-level nutrition guidelines.
- Philosophy of nurition research
- Philosophy of medicine
- Commercialization of research
- Research policy
- Philosophy of science
- Philosophy of medicine
- Research ethics
- Science and technology studies
- Social epistemology
|2016-present||Postdoctoral researcher, DFG Research Training Group 2073 "Integrating Ethics and Epistemology of Scientific Research". Bielefeld University, Germany.|
|2018-present||Member of TINT Centre for Philosophy of Social Science, University of Helsinki.|
|2016-present||Senior research associate, The Department of Philosophy, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.|
|2012-2017||Member of the Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences|
|10-11/2015||Postdoctoral researcher fellow, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.|
|2010-2015||Doctoral student, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.|
|10/2012-3/2013, 4-5/2014||Visiting researcher, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany.|
|2015||PhD. Philosophy. University of Jyväskylä. Dissertation: On the conditions for objectivity - How to avoid bias in socially relevant research|
|2009||MA. Philosophy. Minor: Science and technology studies. University of Jyväskylä|
|2015/10-11||BA. Philosophy. Minors: Sociology, gender studies. University of Jyväskylä.|
Bueter, A. & Jukola, S. [forthcoming] Sex, drugs, and how to deal with criticism. The case of flibanserin. In Osimani, B. & La Caze, A. (eds.) Uncertainty in Pharmacology. Epistemology, Methods and Decisions. Springer (Boston Studies in Philosophy of Science Series).
Jukola, S. (2017): On ideals of objectivity, judgment, and bias in medical research - A comment on Stegenga. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biology and Biomedical Sciences 62: 35-41.
Jukola, S. (2017): A social epistemological inquiry into biases in journal peer review. Perspectives on Science. doi: 10.1162/POSC_a_00237.
Stegenga, J., Kennedy, A., Tekin, S., Jukola, S. & Bluhm, R. 2017. New directions in philosophy of medicine. In Marcum, J. (ed.) The Bloomsbury Companion to Contemporary Philosophy of Medicine. Pp. 343-367.
Jukola, S. 2016. The Commercialization of Research and the Quest for the Objectivity of Science. Foundations of Science 21(1): 89-103.
Jukola, S. 2015. Meta-analysis, Ideals of Objectivity, and the Reliability of Medical Knowledge. Science and Technology Studies 28(3): 101-120.
Jukola, S. 2015. Longino's Theory of Objectivity and Commercialized Research. In Wagenknecht, S., Nersessian, N. & Andersen, H. (eds.): Empirical Philosophy of Science. Introducing Qualitative Methods into Philosophy of Science.Pp. 127-143.
Jukola, S. (2018): Science in Times of Anti-intellectualism, Fake News, and Trump (invited presentation) Bochum, Germany "On the conditions for the objectivity of dietary advice"
Jukola, S. (2017): Issues in Medical Epistemology Cologne, Germany "On the objectivity of dietary advice"
Jukola, S. (2017): 6th Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association Exeter, United Kingdom "On contested science and the ideals of good evidence. The case of nutrition research"
Jukola, S. (2017): Inclusion and Exclusion in Philosophy Workshop Hannover, Germany "On biases in peer review"
Jukola, S. (2016): Suomen filosofinen yhdistys (invited presentation) Helsinki, Finland "Kuinka arvioida ravitsemustieteen objektiivisuutta"
Jukola, S. (2016): Cologne medical epistemology workshop (invited presentation) Cologne, Germany "On the communal safeguards for objectivity and public trust: The case of research on sugar and health"
Jukola, S. (2016): Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice Sixth Biennial Conference Glassboro, USA "Risk, Judgments, and Objectivity in Medical Research - Evaluating the Strengths and Weaknesses of Meta-analysis
Jukola, S. (2015): Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice Fifth Biennial Conference Aarhus, Denmark "Meta-analysis and the ideals of objectivity"
Jukola, S. (2014): European Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences 2014 Madrid, Spain "Peer Review as a Social Mechanism for Securing Objectivity"
Jukola, S. (2013): Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association Helsinki, Finland "Do Longino's Criteria Deliver What They Promise - A Case in Biomedical Research"
Jukola, S. (2013): Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice Fourth Biennial Conference Toronto, Canada "Longino's criteria for objective communities and pharmaceutical research - The case of SSRIs"
Jukola, S. (2011):3rd Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association Athens, Greece "Defending a Social View on Objectivity"