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Mark Harrison

Professor, History of Medicine at the University of Oxford

Director, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine at the University of Oxford

Fellow of Green Templeton College at the University of Oxford

Chair, Wellcome Trust Medical History and Medical Humanities Expert Review Group

∙ Awarded two ‘Templer Medal Book Prizes’

∙ Fellow of the Royal Historical Society

∙ Member of editorial board of various international academico jurnals including ‘Social History of Medicine’

Julian Savulescu

Professor of Practical Ethics, The University of Oxford

Director, Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics

Director, Oxford Centre for Neuroethics at the University of Oxford

Director, The Oxford Martin School's Institute for Science and Ethics, Oxford James Martin School

∙ Degrees in Bioethics, Analytic philosophy and Medicine.-Ph.D. in Philosophy studying under Peter Singer, great master of practical ethics

∙ Selected as the winner of the ‘Thinkers’ category of The Australian’s Top 100 Emerging Leaders awards.

∙ Presented at world famous events like the World Economic Forum at Davos & published more than 100 papers in international academic journals

Alan Hawley

Former Director General, British Army Medical Service

Professor of Medicine & Disaster Studies, University of Glamorgan

Queen’s Honorary Physician

Member, The Royal Society of Medicine

∙ Honorary professors at many ?prestigious British universities

∙ Conferred CBE from British royal family and government for his relief activities in Rwanda

∙ A wide research range related to humanitarian intervention in disaster areas, covering international war, civil war, and natural disaster

Michael Dunn.

Full-time lecturer in The Ethox Centre, Department of Public Health at the University of Oxford

Member of the National Social Care Research Ethics Committee

Member, GABEX International Bioethics Alliance with the University of Tokyo,

Project Member of the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania.

∙ Bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and Ph.D. in Sociology and Psychology

∙ Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust's Clinical Ethics Advisory Group

∙ Research on inequality of medical resources

Jonathan Ives

Full-time lecturer in Behavioural Science in the School of Health and Population Sciences at the University of Birmingham

Co-convener and Chair of an academic network on Interdisciplinary and Empirical Ethics

Programme Director for the BMedSc(PoSH) in Healthcare Ethics and Law

Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust Clinical Ethics Committee Consulting to Acacia Family Support

∙ BA (Hons) and M.Phil in Philosophy and Ph.D. in Biomedical Ethics and Law

∙ Member of the editorial board for “Health Care Analysis”

∙ Primary research interest are the philosophy and sociology of fatherhood, and method in bioethics

Robert Wiblin

Director of Giving What We Can, Oxford based international society for global poverty

Former Research Economist, The Productivity Commission, Australia

Former Analyst of Australian Treasury

Former Project Officer, Department of Innovation, Industry, Science & Research, Australia

∙ Highest Honours Grade for Genetics and Applied Economics in Australian National University

∙ Blogged on economic theory, rationality & effective altruism at on the widely-read group blog

∙ Leading research into cost effective poverty focused charities

Dr Peter Fifield

Junior Research Fellow in English, St John's Collage,Oxford

Teaching Interests

I am interested in twentieth-century literature and

culture, particularly modernism and its legacies, As well

as literature, this covers areas including the visual arts,

philosophy, and technology. I also work on the relations

between science, literature and modernity, with a strong

interest in brain science.