Dr Sarah Carter-Walshaw

Research Associate in Ethics

Research Overview

Sarah's principal research interests regard the ethical, social, and legal implications of emerging and hypothetical biotechnologies and interventions.

She is also interested in ethical issues raised by pronatalism, the implications of ectogenesis, and of the use of in vitro gametogenesis for reproductive purposes in socially infertile persons (as well as how the intervention would change assisted reproduction in a broader sense).

In Vitro Gametogenesis: The End of Egg Donation?
Carter-Walshaw, S. 31/05/2018 In: Bioethics.
Journal article

Could Moral Enhancement Interventions be Medically Indicated?
Carter, S. 12/2017 In: Health Care Analysis. 25, 4, p. 338-353. 16 p.
Journal article

A Kantian ethics approach to moral bioenhancement
Carter, S. 11/2017 In: Bioethics. 31, 9, p. 683-690. 8 p.
Journal article

Putting a price on empathy: against incentivising moral enhancement
Carter, S. 1/10/2015 In: Journal of Medical Ethics. 41, 10, p. 825–829. 5 p.
Journal article