Senior Lecturer, Lancaster University

Levitt works in the field of bioethics, especially focused on the ethical and social implications of genetics and medical technologies. Her most recent research includes the ethics of 'making better humans', the relevance of 'criminal genes' to professional practice, children on the National DNA database and lay perceptions of nature and nurture and their role in behaviour. She is also an expert on religiosity and religious education in schools.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer in bioethics, Lancaster University