Dr Arsenii Alenichev
Arsenii is an early career postdoctoral researcher with the Oxford-Johns Hopkins Global Infectious Disease Ethics Collaborative (GLIDE), funded by a Wellcome Humanities and Social Science Award. He is interested in empirical and transdisciplinary bioethics, with a specific focus on bottom-up and people-centred evaluation of public health interventions.
Having a background in medical anthropology, bioethics and biology, Arsenii obtained a PhD degree in 2020 as part of the EU–funded Erasmus Mundus Trans Global Health Programme. His doctoral research centred on the 2014 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa, illuminating power imbalances and patterns of precarity experienced in local communities hosting an Ebola vaccine trial, offering critical case studies for contemporary global health bioethics.
Before becoming a GLIDE fellow, Arsenii was a NIH Fogarty International Bioethics trainee and worked at the University of Amsterdam, University of Barcelona, and the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp.
Encountering Semiotic Misdirection in Covid-19 Etiquette Guides
Alenichev A., (2022), SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STUDIES, 35, 97 - 111
‘We will soon be dead’: stigma and cascades of looping effects in a collaborative Ebola vaccine trial
Alenichev A., (2021), Critical Public Health, 31, 55 - 65
Conceptions within misconceptions: Pluralisms in an Ebola vaccine trial in West Africa
Alenichev A. et al, (2020), Global Public Health, 15, 13 - 21
Ethics and etiquette in an emergency vaccine trial. The orchestration of compliance
Alenichev A., (2020), Global Bioethics, 31, 13 - 28
Precarity, clinical labour and graduation from Ebola clinical research in West Africa
Alenichev A. and Nguyen V-K., (2019), Global Bioethics, 30, 1 - 18