Dr Euzebiusz Jamrozik
Zeb completed a PhD in Bioethics at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. His doctoral thesis covered a range of emerging issues in infectious disease ethics related to asymptomatic infection, drug resistance, vector-borne diseases, and human challenge studies. During doctoral work he interned at the World Health Organization (WHO HQ, Geneva) and was an Andrew Markus visiting scholar at the Ethox Centre. With Prof. Michael Selgelid (Monash)
He is co-author of ‘Human Challenge Studies in Endemic Settings: Ethical and Regulatory Issues’ (SpringerBriefs in Ethics) and co-editor of “Ethics and Drug Resistance: Collective Responsibility for Global Public Health” (Springer-Nature, 2020). He has contributed to WHO Ethics Guidance documents on vector-borne diseases and human challenge studies. His current work focuses on philosophical and policy issues related to infectious disease and global health.
Not in my backyard: COVID-19 vaccine development requires someone to be infected somewhere.
Heriot GS. and Jamrozik E., (2021), Med J Aust, 214, 150 - 152.e1
Prioritizing second-generation SARS-CoV-2 vaccines through low-dosage challenge studies.
Steuwer B. et al, (2021), Int J Infect Dis, 105, 307 - 311
No Jab, No Job? Ethical Issues in Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination of Healthcare Personnel.
Gur-Arie R. et al, (2021), BMJ Glob Health, 6
Key criteria for the ethical acceptability of COVID-19 human challenge studies: Report of a WHO Working Group.
Jamrozik E. et al, (2021), Vaccine, 39, 633 - 640
Invisible epidemics: ethics and asymptomatic infection.
Jamrozik E. and Selgelid MJ., (2020), Monash Bioeth Rev, 38, 1 - 16