I’m currently postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for Law and Genetics, University of Tasmania. My supervisor is Professor Diane Nicol. The project we are working on is titled “Genome Editing: Formulating an Australian Community Response.”
I was previously (2020) postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Melbourne. There I worked with Professor Megan Munsie on a project investigating the regulation and governance of autologous stem cell therapies in Australia and globally.
In 2018, I conducted a major review of the scope of disciplinary powers exercisable by the NSW medical regulator under the relevant health practitioner law. I have also published original research on the the history and politics of novel psychiatric devices, including the e-meter and telepsychiatric devices. I have also published work on the legal frameworks regulating stem cell interventions in Australia and internationally.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Community response to Genome Editing), Centre for Law and Genetics, University of Tasmania Law School
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Ethics, Law and Social Implications of Stem Cell Science), Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Science, Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience, University of Melbourne
Research Officer, Medical Council of NSW
Research Associate, University of Sydney Law School
College of Law, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
University of Sydney, PhD
University of Sydney, LLB
University of Sydney, BA (Hons 1)
Grants and Contracts
Improving decisions about access to stem cell interventions
Medical Research Future Fund Stem Cell Therapies Mission
Short-term Project to Publication Fellowship
Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions