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Kyle Edwards

Doctoral Research Student in Clinical Ethics and Health Policy

Kyle Edwards is a DPhil student in Public Health. Her research is supervised by Prof. Julian Savulescu, Dr. Imogen Goold, and Dr. Michael Dunn.  She graduated from Princeton University in 2012 with a BA in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies, where her thesis focused on the conception and consideration of ‘the public’ by national ethics committees that regulate assisted reproductive technologies.  Kyle’s research interests focus specifically on the national regulation of assisted reproductive technologies in the UK and US, and more generally on the processes by which democratic societies regulate emerging medical technologies.