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About Muireann Quigley

I am a Lecturer in Bioethics at the Centre for Social Ethics and Policy and the Institute for Science, Ethics, and Innovation in the School of Law. Prior to taking up the lectureship she worked as a Research Fellow in Bioethics and Law. In a previous life I was a medical doctor where I worked in General Medicine and A&E. I have also worked as a Screening Physician for a phase I clinical trials company.

I qualified from the Manchester/St. Andrews medical course in 2003. I also completed my Intercalated BSc in Health Care Ethics and Law in 2002 with first class honours, and in 2006 finished her M.A. in this area receiving a distinction. I recently completed a PhD which looks at the philosophical underpinnings for claims regarding property in the human body and human biomaterials.
Currently I am vice-chair of the North West e-Health (NWeH) Research Governance Committee. NWeH is a project supported by the North West Development Agency and run by the University of Manchester, Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust and Salford Primary Care Trust to build e-Lab software and services to support the NHS, research and public health.

Positions

Present Lecturer in Bioethics, University of Manchester
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Research Interests

Bioethics

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Honors and Awards

  • Winner Sir David Alliance Prize for Health Care Ethics anf Law 2002



Contact Information

Rm 2.07 Williamson Building
Centre for Social Ethics and Policy/
Institute for Science, Ethics and Innovation
School of Law
University of Manchester
Oxford Rd
Manchester
M13 9PL
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)161 275 3672

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