Mianna Lotz is a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Macquarie University. She teaches and researches in ethics and applied ethics, with a particular research focus on reproductive ethics, uterus transplantation, children's welfare, parental obligation, the family, and vulnerability. She is currently Chair of the Macquarie University Faculty of Arts Human Research Ethics Committee. She has published in edited collections and in journals such as Bioethics, Journal of Applied Philosophy, Journal of Social Philosophy, Lancet, and Annals of Surgery.
Chair, Faculty of Arts Research Ethics Committee
Lecturer and Senior Lecturer, Dept of Philosophy, Macquarie University
Deputy Chair, Macquarie University Research Ethics Committee (Human Research)
Monash University, PhD in Philosophy
University of Auckland, New Zealand, Postgraduate Diploma of Professional Ethics
University of Auckland, New Zealand, Master of Arts (Hons)
University of Auckland, New Zealand, Bachelor of Arts
Grants and Contracts
2011-2014: 'On the cutting edge: promoting best practice in surgical innovation'