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Read more at: COVID-19: Ethical frameworks for asymptomatic testing for workplaces and higher education institutions

COVID-19: Ethical frameworks for asymptomatic testing for workplaces and higher education institutions

25 February 2021

LML is pleased to announce that two ethical frameworks for the asymptomatic Covid-19 testing in workplaces and higher education institutions, co-authored by LML Director Dr Kathy Liddell, has been published online. Many organisations are considering using asymptomatic Covid-19 testing programmes to reduce risk for...


Read more at: Registration Open for Baron de Lancey Lecture 2021 - Law, Hormones, and Sport: a level playing field?

Registration Open for Baron de Lancey Lecture 2021 - Law, Hormones, and Sport: a level playing field?

22 February 2021

Registration for the 2021 Baron de Lancey Lecture is now open! The 2021 Baron de Lancey Lecture: Law, Hormones, and Sport: A level playing field? How do we ensure a level playing field in sport given natural variations in human biology? When athletes’ biological levels differ from the norm set by their federation for a...


Read more at: Save the Date - Baron de Lancey Lecture 2021: Law, Hormones, and Sport: a level playing field?

Save the Date - Baron de Lancey Lecture 2021: Law, Hormones, and Sport: a level playing field?

25 January 2021

Update: Registration is now open! Please click here to register your attendance. The 2021 Baron de Lancey Lecture: Law, Hormones, and Sport: A level playing field? How do we ensure a level playing field in sport given natural variations in human biology? When athletes’ biological levels differ from the norm set by their...


Read more at: Isolating Wandering Residents in Care and Group Homes

Isolating Wandering Residents in Care and Group Homes

14 December 2020

An article by Dr Kathy Liddell and several interdisciplinary co-authors has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Law and Psychiatry: 'Isolating residents including wandering residents in care and group homes: Medical ethics and English law in the context of Covid-19' The article addresses three...


Read more at: Dr Kathy Liddell and AMR Research Group published in WHO Bulletin

Dr Kathy Liddell and AMR Research Group published in WHO Bulletin

7 December 2020

An editorial article by the International Network for AMR Social Science (INAMRSS) features in the latest volume of the Bulletin of the World Health Organisation. INAMRSS is an open consortium of international academic centres focused on social science research and policy on antimicrobial resistance. Led by Professor...


Read more at: Dr Kathy Liddell discusses Cambridge’s Asymptomatic COVID-19 screening programme

Dr Kathy Liddell discusses Cambridge’s Asymptomatic COVID-19 screening programme

7 December 2020

On 5 December 2020, Dr Kathy Liddell (Director of LML) gave a presentation on the University’s asymptomatic COVID-19 screening programme, which was offered to 16,000 students. The seminar, organised and chaired by Dr Mark Lathrop (Director of the McGill Genome Centre), was part of a discussion group established to share...


Read more at: Jinal Dadiya featured in Horizons Magazine

Jinal Dadiya featured in Horizons Magazine

4 December 2020

Jinal Dadiya (LML PhD Candidate) has been featured in Horizons, the University of Cambridge’s research magazine. The latest edition of Horizons shines a spotlight on reproductive research currently being undertaken at the University. Jinal provides a snapshot of the legal and regulatory issues raised by reproductive...


Read more at: Dr Kathy Liddell to Participate in CSaP Policy Leaders Fellowship Meeting

Dr Kathy Liddell to Participate in CSaP Policy Leaders Fellowship Meeting

18 November 2020

Dr Kathy Liddell (Director of LML) has been invited to participate in a CSaP Policy Leaders Fellowship meeting on human genome editing on 20 November 2020. The CSaP Policy Leaders Fellowship addresses the needs of the most senior policy makers, whether in Whitehall, Brussels, devolved administrations in the UK, or...


Read more at: Dr Stevie Martin’s PhD thesis to be published as a book

Dr Stevie Martin’s PhD thesis to be published as a book

10 September 2020

LML are delighted to announce that Dr Stevie Martin’s PhD thesis, ‘Assisted Suicide and the European Convention on Human Rights’, is to be published by Routledge. This book will examine the human rights implication of the ban on assisted suicide in England and Wales. More specifically, it will consider whether the Suicide...


Read more at: LML members secure book contract with CUP

LML members secure book contract with CUP

10 September 2020

The Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences is pleased to report that LML members Dr Stephanie Palmer and Dr Stevie Martin have secured a book contract with Cambridge University Press. Written in collaboration with Dr Kirsty Hughes, the book will address a range of topics within the remit of human rights law, including...