Author: Sahra Gibbon

Becoming Intergenerational in Birth Cohorts: kinship and the remaking of participation by Sahra Gibbon

Sahra Gibbon , March 18th, 2021

In recent years birth cohorts have become an invaluable context, resource, tool and ‘technology’ of an emerging terrain of biosocial science, given the unique opportunity they provide to…


Introduction: Excavating and (re)creating the biosocial; birth cohorts as ethnographic object of inquiry and site of intervention by Sahra Gibbon

Sahra Gibbon , November 15th, 2019

Longitudinal birth cohorts are increasingly recognised as important for understanding how biological, social and environmental processes interact over time and contribute to health inequalities. Birt…