Writing

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Bredenoord, A.L.  and Appleby, J.B. (2017). Mitochondrial replacement techniques: remaining ethical challenges. Cell Stem Cell, 21(3): 301-304.

Appleby, J.B., Scott, S., and Wilkinson, S. (Eds.) (2016). Special issue: The ethics of mitochondrial replacement. Bioethics.

Appleby, J.B. (2016). ‘Should mitochondrial donation be anonymous?’. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. (open access)

Appleby, J. B. (2015). ‘The ethics of the clinical introduction of mitochondrial replacement techniques’. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. DOI: 10.1007/s11019-015-9656-3 (open access)

Wrigley, A., Wilkinson, S., and Appleby, J.B. (2015). ‘Mitochondrial replacement: ethics and identity’. Bioethics. (open access)

Appleby, J. B. (2016). ‘Regulating the provision of donor information to donor conceived persons: Is there room for improvement?’. In S. Golombok, M. Richards, R. Scott, S. Wilkinson and J. B. Appleby (Eds.), Regulating Reproductive Donation. Cambridge University Press.

Golombok, S., Richards, M., Scott, R., Wilkinson, S. and Appleby, J. B. (Eds.) (2016). Regulating Reproductive Donation. Cambridge University Press.

Regulating Reproductive Donation book cover

Appleby, J. B. and Karnein, A. J. (2014). ‘On the moral importance of genetic ties in families’. In T. Freeman, S. Graham, F. Ebtehaj and M. Richards (Eds.), Relatedness in Assisted Reproduction: Families, Origins and Identities. Cambridge University Press.

Richards, M., Pennings, G. and Appleby, J. B. (Eds.) (2012). Reproductive Donation: Practice, Policy and Bioethics. Cambridge University Press.

Appleby, J. B., Jennings, S. and Statham, H. (2012). ‘Reproductive donation and justice for gay and lesbian couples’. In M. Richards, G. Pennings and J. B. Appleby (Eds.), Reproductive Donation: Practice, Policy and Bioethics. Cambridge University Press.

Appleby, J. B., Blake, L. and Freeman, T. (2012). ‘Is disclosure in the best interests of children conceived by donation?’. In M. Richards, G. Pennings and J. B. Appleby (Eds.), Reproductive Donation: Practice, Policy and Bioethics. Cambridge University Press.

Freeman, T., Appleby, J. B. and Jadva, V. (2012). ‘Identifiable donors and siblings: Implications for the future’. In M. Richards, G. Pennings and J. B. Appleby (Eds.), Reproductive Donation: Practice, Policy and Bioethics. Cambridge University Press.

Richards, M., Pennings, G., Appleby, J. B. (2012). ‘Introduction’. In M. Richards, G. Pennings and J. B. Appleby (Eds.), Reproductive Donation: Practice, Policy and Bioethics. Cambridge University Press.

Editorial / Comment

Should the 14 day rule be extended to 28 days?
Forthcoming
By John B. Appleby and Annelien Bredenoord

Fact Check: Is freezing human eggs really ‘extremely unsuccessful’?
The Conversation, 9 Nov. 2017
By John B Appleby and Sarah Martins da Silva

The Ethics of Mitochondrial Replacement
Bioethics, 31(1): 2-6. 2016
By John B. Appleby, Rosamund Scott and Stephen Wilkinson

Event review: The ethics of ‘artificial gametes’
BioNews, 859. 11 July 2016
By John B. Appleby and César Palacios-González

Event review: The ethics of mitochondrial donation
BioNews, 822. 5 October 2015.
By John B. Appleby

Oocyte donor information – how much is enough?
Reproductive BioMedicine Online, 2015, 30: 209-210.
by John B. Appleby and Sarah Franklin

Is mitochondrial replacement therapy eugenic and incompatible with human dignity?
BioNews, 733. 2 December 2013.
By John B. Appleby, Professor Rosamund Scott and Professor Stephen Wilkinson

Event review: the ethics of mitochondrial replacement therapy
BioNews, 763, 21 July 2013.
By Professor Vardit Ravitsky, Dr John B. Appleby, Professor Stephen Wilkinson, Dr Anthony Wrigley and Dr Annelien Bredenoord

Nuffield Council on Bioethics call for evidence: disclosure and donor conception
Bionews, 652. 16 April 16 2012.
By John B. Appleby and Dr. Lucy Blake

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