Ph.D., Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths University of London, 2019 (pass without corrections)
M.A., Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths University of London, 2011 (Distinction)
B.S.c., Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2008 (First-class)
Visiting Fellow Gender Studies Institute, University Carlos III of Madrid, December 2020 - June 2021
Research Associate Genetics, Law and Society, The Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, The University of Oxford, 2020
Associate Lecturer 'Embodiment and Experience', Department of Media, Communications, and Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, 2019-2020
Wellcome Trust Research Associate 'Following the life of a research institute: a biography of the Francis Crick', Science, Technology, Innovation Studies, The University of Edinburgh, 2016-2017
Associate Lecturer 'Culture and Cultural Studies', Department of Media, Communications, and Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths 2015-2016
Associate Lecturer 'Embodiment and Experience', Department of Media, Communications, and Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths , 2014-2015
‘EcoSocieties Research Fund’, The University of Nottingham (UK), 2020
‘Shared Futures: Codeveloping Medical Humanities in China and the UK’, Wellcome Trust (UK), 2019 (not accepted)
'la Caixa' Foundation Posgratduate Fellowship (ES), 2013-2015
National Science Foundation (US), 2015
COST Action IS1001 (BE), 2014
Sao Paulo Research Foundation (BR), 2014
Goldsmiths Graduate School Funding (UK), 2013
Butler-Eyles Grant (UK), 2013
Núñez Casal, A. (in press). ‘Feminist para-ethnographies: embodied experiences of human-microbe relations as an ‘engaged’ research approach for a ‘microbiology multiple’, Palgrave Communications
Núñez Casal, A. ‘It begins with us: on why our embodied experiences matter in the disappearance of worlds’, EASST Review, 40(1) 2021 https://easst.net/article/it-begins-with-us-on-why-our-embodied-experiences-matter-in-the-dis-appearance-of-worlds/
Núñez Casal, A. ‘Feminist para- Ethnographies: a proposition for a ‘critical friendship’ between experiences and microbiome science’, The London Journal of Critical Thought. https://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/29500
Núñez Casal, A. (2020) (with de Lima Hutchison). ‘Antimicrobial resistance: Transdisciplinary research on humans, antimicrobials and microbes’, Access Microbiology, 2 (7A). https://doi.org/10.1099/acmi.ac2020.po0957
Núñez Casal, A. (2019). The microbiomisation of social categories of difference: an interdisciplinary critical science study of the human microbiome as the re-enactment of the immune self. PhD thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London. https://doi.org/10.25602/GOLD.00026597
Núñez Casal, A. (2018). ‘The ‘microbiomisation of class’ as an ‘inventive fiction’ informing AMR research’, Antimicrobials in Society. https://antimicrobialsinsociety.org/commentary/the-microbiomisation-of-classas- an-inventive-fiction-informing-amr-research/
Núñez Casal, A. (2015). ‘The biology of history’: antibiotics, resistant bacteria and the human effect. An interview with Hannah Landecker', Theory, Culture & Society.https://www.theoryculturesociety.org/the-biologyofhistory-antibiotics- resistant-bacteria-and-the-human-effect-an-interview-with-hannah-landecker/
Núñez Casal, A. (2015). 'Excursus on the immune system: melting history, stories and microbiome data', British Medical Journal Open.https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/5/4/UCLSymposiumAbstract8
SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPERS
20 años de la Declaración de Budapest sobre la Ciencia y el uso del saber científico, Semana de la Ciencia y la innovación, Fundación para el Conocimiento, Comunidad de Madrid, November 11, 2020
The microbiomisation of race: (individual) capital, food cultures and microbial embodiment, 4SEASST Joint Meeting, Prague, August 18 – 21, 2020.
Enabling a ‘microbiology multiple’: microbes, embodiment, and (bio)inequalities, Social Theory and AMR, Durham University, November 14, 2019.
Feminist para-ethnographies: attuning ‘matters of fact’ and ‘matters of concern’, Fresh Perspectives: Social Research on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), The British Academy, London, September 10, 2018.
Finding a place in science: the role of institutional configurations in the formation of scientific identity (co-author Niki Vermeulen) EASST 2018, Lancaster University, Lancaster, July 25-28, 2018.
AMR as a sustainable development challenge in low- and middle-income countries, University of Nottingham, June 27, 2017.
Interdisciplinary Research & Antimicrobial Resistance Workshop, University of Bristol and ESRC,Engineer's House, Bristol, March 2-3, 2017.
The 'second genome': individualisation, innovation and inequalities in microbiome science, 4S/EASST Joint Meeting, Barcelona, August 31- September 3, 2016.
Ambivalent solutions to antimicrobial resistance, The Constructing of Antimicrobial Resistance: A Workshop, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Wellcome Trust, Latimer Place, Chesham, August 3, 2016.
Impacted Immunities: Anthropocene bodies and environments in microbiome research, Resistant Matter: Histories, Politics, and Science of Multispecies Entanglements panel. Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S), Denver, November 11-14, 2015
Bio-objects Meet Multispecies Ethnography workshop, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Anthropology, Boston, October 30, 2015
Doing Justice to Figures Symposium, London School of Economics (LSE), London, June 19, 2015
Attuning to 'Data Double' panel, Transmediale 2015 Capture All, House of World Cultures, Berlin, January 28 - February 1, 2015
A Cartography of the Immune System: Montagu and the Microbiome, London Conference in Critical Thought, Goldsmiths, June 27-28, 2014
Panel co-organiser 'Ways of Healing: Exploring non-Biomedical Cures as Emancipatory and Biopolitical Knowledge-Practices' 4S, 6-9 October 2021
Referee/Reviewer Science as Culture, Body & Society; Theory, Culture & Society
External expert European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST)
Participant Asian Culture Center (ACC) ACT Festival ‘FoodHack’, Asian Cultural Centre, Gwangju
(South Korea), May - June, 2019
Participant National Center for Research Methods (NCRM) ‘Emotions in Research’, London School of Economics (LSE), September 16, 2019