Céline Dujardin

Céline Dujardin

Master I in Criminal Sciences, Master of Laws in Public Healthcare

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Curriculum vitae

Céline is a doctoral candidate at the Faculty of Law of Helsinki, dedicating her research to promoting an open debate on the legal and ethical issues pertaining to the legal status of the human species, and its biological deciphering, the human genome. She uses her funded research project entitled ‘Engineering the Human Species, Legal, Ethical and Anthropological Perspectives' as well as filming to address Biolegal issues in Finland and abroad. Céline has also been an appreciated teacher in European Medical and Healthcare Law for several years, developing solid competencies in pedagogy and new approaches to academic teaching.


Introduction to Bioethics and European Health Law (Helsinki Summer School, 2014, 2015)

Structures of European Health Law - General Overview (autumn 2017, 2018)

European Healthcare and Medical Law - a Bioethical Approach (spring 2018, 2019)


EU Substantive Law (autumn 2017, 2018, 2019)

Elements of Modern Law - Law, Science and Technology (February 2020)

Fields of Science

  • 513 Law
  • Medical law and Biolaw
  • Biojurisprudence
  • Public Health Genomics
  • Human Species
  • Criminal law and other criminal sciences