Presentations / Conferences / Symposia

Presentations

Medical Ethics (selected)

Taking transgenerational health risks seriously: an ethical defence of sex selection in the context of mitochondrial replacement techniques
International Association of Bioethics, 14th World Congress of Bioethics
Bengaluru, India
7 December 2018

Hope for sale: The ethics of commodifying and exploiting hope in assisted reproductive technology
Ethics and Public Affairs Fall Speak Series
Department of Philosophy
Carleton University
12 October 2018

The ethics of in vitro derived gametes: privacy and genetic ties
Centre for Family Research seminar series
University of Cambridge
7 June 2018

Should radically new ARTs be introduced for human use through clinical trials?
School of Law, University of Leicester, 1 March 2018; Institute of Medical Ethics Summer Research Conference, University of Oxford, 20 June 2018

Stem cell derived gametes and genetic ties
Deconstructing donation conference
University of Bristol
7 December 2017

Stem cell derived gametes and privacy
Northern Bioethics Network (inaugural meeting)
The Mason Institute, University of Edinburgh
19 July 2017

The ethics of artificial gametes
Brighton and Sussex Medical School
11 November 2016

The ethical significance of trust for donors of human reproductive materials
Institute of Medical Ethics Conference
Edinburgh, UK
18 June 2016

The ethics of artificial gametes
International symposium (individual presentation), International Association of Bioethics, 13th World Congress of Bioethics
Edinburgh, UK
16 June 2016

Ethical and legal issues surrounding the clinical introduction of new assisted reproductive technologies: examining the cases of mitochondrial replacement, uterus transplants and ‘artificial gametes’
Centre for Health law, policy and ethics, University of Ottawa
7 April 2016

The ethics of human research using mitochondrial replacement techniques: negotiating the challenges of safety and risk
ASBH Conference, Houston, USA
25 October 2015

Why trust is a morally significant reason to tell children that they were donor-conceived
IME Conference, Newcastle, 18 June 2015; EACME Conference, Cagliari, Italy, 18 September 2015; ASBH Conference, Houston, USA, 23 October 2015.

Concepts of personal identity in the context of gamete, organ and mitochondrial donation
Deconstructing Donation Conference, Lancaster University
15 December 2014

The donation and transfer of human reproductive materials: ethics and egg shortages
Egg Donation in Europe Workshop, De Montfort University, Leicester
24 November 2014

Is mitochondrial replacement eugenic and incompatible with human dignity?
Symposium: The ethics of mitochondrial replacement (panellist and organiser)
International Association of Bioethics, 12th World Congress of Bioethics
Mexico City, Mexico
25 June 2014

Why it is ethical to create children with three genetic parents using mitochondrial replacement techniques
International Association of Bioethics, 12th World Congress of Bioethics
Mexico City, Mexico
25 June 2014

Regulating the provision of donor information to donor conceived persons: Is there room for improvement?
Regulating Reproductive Donation Workshop
University of Cambridge
4 April 2014

Should mitochondrial DNA donation be anonymous?
International Workshop: Medically Assisted Reproduction – A challenge to family structure?
Diego Portalis University, Santiago, Chile.
7 November 2013

Rethinking the welfare of the child principle for the 21st Century
Session: ‘Principles for the future.’ International Association of Bioethics, 11th World Congress on Bioethics.
Rotterdam, Netherlands.
29 June 2012.

Who’s your daddy? Does it matter?
Leckhampton Society, Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
17 January 2012

What is the moral value of genetic relationships in families?
‘We are family?’ workshop
Brocher Foundation, Hermance, Switzerland
14 November 2012.

Rights and parental privacy
Cambridge Interdisciplinary Reproduction Forum, CRASSH
University of Cambridge
7 November 2011

Trust and identity: two reasons for telling children if they were donor conceived
Sixth International Conference on Applied Ethics
Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
30 October 2011.

Ethical reasons for telling children if they were donor conceived
Center for Bioethics, Columbia University, New York, NY
15 September 2011

Trust, disclosure, and the welfare of donor conceived children
ESHRE Annual Meeting, Stockholm
(Poster)
4 July 2011

Secrecy vs. disclosure: a brief UK history of the ethics of conceiving children using donor insemination
Work-in-Progress Seminar, Cambridge Interdisciplinary Reproduction Forum (CIRF), University of Cambridge
15 November 2010

The ethics of informing children that they were donor conceived
6th Interdisciplinary Workshop on Reproduction, Cambridge Interdisciplinary Reproduction Forum (CIRF), University of Cambridge
12 November 2010

Environmental Ethics

Grey Owl’s philosophy of the wild: Archie Belaney’s environmental ethic
Leckhampton Society, Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge
20th April 2010

Conferences / Symposia

The ethics of regulating radically new reproductive technologies
International symposium, International Association of Bioethics, 14th World Congress of Bioethics, Bengaluru, India
7 December 2018
[Convener]

Northern Bioethics Network Meeting
Lancaster University
9 November 2018
[Convener]

How to achieve impact with social media and engagement
Early career researcher seminar/workshop, Northern Bioethics Network Meeting, University of Edinburgh
13 December 2017
[Workshop leader]

The ethics of artificial gametes
International symposium, International Association of Bioethics, 13th World Congress of Bioethics, Edinburgh.
June 2016
[Convener]

The ethics of mitochondrial donation
International workshop, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London (in collaboration with Lancaster University).
September 2015
[Convener]

The ethics of mitochondrial replacement techniques
International symposium, International Association of Bioethics, 12th World Congress of Bioethics, Mexico City.
25 June 2014
[Convener]

Regulating reproductive donation
International workshop, Centre for Family Research, Cambridge University (a collaboration between King’s College London, Lancaster University, and Cambridge University)
3-5 April 2014
[Co-convener]

Reproductive donation: practice, policy and bioethics
International workshop, Centre for Family Research, Cambridge University
2010

Annual Cambridge Interdisciplinary Reproduction Forum (CIRF)- Interdisciplinary Workshop on Reproduction, CRASSH
2010; 2011; 2012
[Co-convener]

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