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Last updated: 4/16/2019
Mathieu Albert
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University of Toronto
Associate Professor
Toronto General Hospital
Wilson Centre, 200 Elizabeth St, 1ES-559
M5G 2C4  Canada
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  Department of Psychiatry
  Interdisciplinarity, relationship between scientific communities, social reproduction, medical sociology
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  Frickel, S. Albert, M. Prainsack. B. Eds. (2017). Investigating Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Theory and Practice across Disciplines. Rutgers University Press: New Jersey.
2. Albert, M. Paradis, E., Kuper, A. (2017). Interdisciplinary fantasy: Social Scientists and Humanities Scholars working in Faculties of Medicine. In Investigating Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Theory and Practice across Disciplines. Frickel, S. Albert, M. Prainsack. B. Eds. (pp. 84-103).Rutgers University Press: New Jersey.
3. Albert, M., Laberge, S. (2017). Confined to a tokenistic status: Social scientists in leadership roles in a national health research funding agency. Social Science & Medicine. 185: 137-146.
Albert, M., Paradis, E., and Kuper, A. (2015). Interdisciplinary promises versus practices in medicine: The decoupled experiences of social sciences and humanities scholars. Social Sciences & Medicine. 126: 17-25.
Albert, M. & McGuire, W. (2014). Understanding Change in Academic Knowledge Production in a Neoliberal Era. Political Power and Social Theory. (27): 33-57. Special issue edited by Scott Frickel and David J. Hess titled Fields of Knowledge: Science, Politics and Publics in the Neoliberal Age.
Albert, M. Laberge, S., & Hodges B.D. (2015). Who wants to collaborate with social scientists? Biomedical and clinical scientists’ perceptions of social science? In Collaboration across Health Research and Medical Care. Editors: Bart Penders, Niki Vermeulen & John Parker. Ashgate Publisher: Farnham: UK. (pp. 59-80).
Albert, M. & Paradis, E. (2014). Social scientists in the health research field: A clash of epistemic habitus In Handbook of Science, Technology, and Society. Editors: Daniel Lee Kleinman and Kelly Moore. (pp. 369-387) Routledge.
Albert, M. & Kleinman DL. (2011) Bringing Pierre Bourdieu to Science and Technology Studies. Minerva. A Review of Science, Learning and Policy. 49(3): 263-273.
Albert, M., Laberge, S., & Hodges, B D. (2009) Boundary work in the health research field: Biomedical and clinician scientists’ perceptions of social science research. Minerva. 47(2): 171-194.
Albert, M., Laberge, S., Hodges, B.D., Regehr, G. & Lingard, L. (2008). Biomedical scientists’ perception of social science in health research. Social Science & Medicine, 66(12): 2520-2531.
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