My research interests fall into two main categories: ethics, particularly bioethics, and justice and equality. I am interested in ethical issues around stem cell research and reproductive technologies, reproductive justice, and decision-making for and with children. I am currently examining the social regulation of sex, gender and sexuality, particularly looking at the institutions of law and medicine.
I am member of the Centre for Law, Ethics and Society (CLES) in the Humanities & Social Sciences Faculty. Within CLES, I am actively engaged with the Gender, Sexuality and Law (GSL) research group, and the Healthcare Law & Bioethics group.
I am happy to supervise postgraduate research in my areas of interest.