Associate Professor Susan Bull
BSc, LLB, MA, PhD
Associate Professor in Bioethics
- Programme Director, Epidemics Ethics
Susan’s research focuses on global health ethics, including ethical issues associated with data sharing, genomic research, seeking consent to research, and the ethical review of research. Current research interests include the ethics of controlled human infection (challenge) studies and ethical issues associated with infectious disease outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics.
Susan is the Programme Director for Epidemic Ethics, a global community of bioethicists and stakeholders involved in public health and research responses to public health emergencies. Epidemic Ethics is led by the World Health Organization and supported by key partners including the Fogarty International Center, Global Forum on Bioethics in Research, Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres, The Oxford-Johns Hopkins Global Inectious Disease Ethics Collaborative (GLIDE), and Wellcome.
Towards A new model of global health justice: the case of COVID-19 vaccines.
Jecker NS. et al, (2022), J Med Ethics
Respecting values and perspectives in biobanking and genetic research governance: Outcomes of a qualitative study in Bengaluru, India
Vaz M. et al, (2022), Wellcome Open Research, 7, 78 - 78
Equitable data sharing in epidemics and pandemics
Pratt B. and Bull S., (2021), BMC Medical Ethics, 22
Engaging publics in biobanking and genetic research governance - a literature review towards informing practice in India
Warrier P. et al, (2021), Wellcome Open Research, 6, 5 - 5
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