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  • Dr Laura Machin

    Dr Laura Machin

    Broadly, my research interests rest within the social and ethical aspects of medicine. My time as a postgraduate, whereby I focused on the social and ethical aspects surrounding reproductive medicine, in particular gamete and embryo donation, has been instrumental in shaping my research activities. ... Read more»
  • Dr Neil Manson

    Dr Neil Manson

    Neil C. Manson studied philosophy at King's College London,  University College London and Corpus Christi College Oxford. From 1998 to 2005 he was a fellow of King's College Cambridge.  Since 2005 he has been at Lancaster University. My current research interest is consent: what is it?  How does it ... Read more»
  • Dr Gearoid O Cuinn

    Dr Gearoid O Cuinn

    Dr Ó Cuinn's research focuses on public international law, human rights and public health governance. He also has a strong interest in the sociology of human rights law and practice. Gearóid's received his doctorate from University of Nottingham where examined the governance of pandemic influenza wi... Read more»
  • Professor Suzanne Ost

    Professor Suzanne Ost

    Professor Ost's main research interests are the legal and societal responses to child pornography, the sexual grooming of children and child sexual exploitation more broadly, health care/medical law and bioethics (particularly breaches of the sexual boundaries between doctors and patients and the im... Read more»
  • Professor Stephen Wilkinson

    Professor Stephen Wilkinson

    Stephen Wilkinson's most recent research is on reproductive ethics and the regulation of reproductive technologies, especially the ethics of selective reproduction (practices that involve choosing between different possible future people).  A book on this topic (Choosing Tomorrow's Children, Oxford ... Read more»
  • Dr Garrath Williams

    Dr Garrath Williams

    My overarching interest is the concept of responsibility and its practical aspects. Contemporary philosophers have focussed on the nature of responsible agency - especially what distinguishes sane adult human beings from other, non-responsible agents - and the justification of blame and punishment, ... Read more»

  • Dr Ernest Owusu-Dapaa

    Dr Ernest Owusu-Dapaa

    My research interests in relation to my current PhD programme include the exploration of health care law/ medical law/ health law as a distinct body of law in England and Wales  and the potential lessons that can be drawn in relation to Ghana. The relatiosnhip betwen law and medicine has undergone c... Read more»
  • Faye Tucker

    My background is in moral and political philosophy. Broadly my research interests are the moral and political status of children, particularly adolescents; the self; the family; understanding value; and, the intersection between philosophy and public policy. ... Read more»

  • Dr Laura Machin

    Dr Laura Machin

    Broadly, my research interests rest within the social and ethical aspects of medicine. My time as a postgraduate, whereby I focused on the social and ethical aspects surrounding reproductive medicine, in particular gamete and embryo donation, has been instrumental in shaping my research activities. ... Read more»
  • Dr Neil Manson

    Dr Neil Manson

    Neil C. Manson studied philosophy at King's College London,  University College London and Corpus Christi College Oxford. From 1998 to 2005 he was a fellow of King's College Cambridge.  Since 2005 he has been at Lancaster University. My current research interest is consent: what is it?  How does it ... Read more»
  • Dr Gearoid O Cuinn

    Dr Gearoid O Cuinn

    Dr Ó Cuinn's research focuses on public international law, human rights and public health governance. He also has a strong interest in the sociology of human rights law and practice. Gearóid's received his doctorate from University of Nottingham where examined the governance of pandemic influenza wi... Read more»
  • Professor Suzanne Ost

    Professor Suzanne Ost

    Professor Ost's main research interests are the legal and societal responses to child pornography, the sexual grooming of children and child sexual exploitation more broadly, health care/medical law and bioethics (particularly breaches of the sexual boundaries between doctors and patients and the im... Read more»
  • Professor Stephen Wilkinson

    Professor Stephen Wilkinson

    Stephen Wilkinson's most recent research is on reproductive ethics and the regulation of reproductive technologies, especially the ethics of selective reproduction (practices that involve choosing between different possible future people).  A book on this topic (Choosing Tomorrow's Children, Oxford ... Read more»
  • Dr Garrath Williams

    Dr Garrath Williams

    My overarching interest is the concept of responsibility and its practical aspects. Contemporary philosophers have focussed on the nature of responsible agency - especially what distinguishes sane adult human beings from other, non-responsible agents - and the justification of blame and punishment, ... Read more»
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