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Dr Nicola Williams

Senior Research Associate

Nicola Williams

County South

LA1 4YL

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 510527

Profile

Nicola Williams joined the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at the University of Lancaster in September 2014. Her research background is in the fields of Philosophy and Politics and her main academic interests lie in questions of reproductive ethics, personal identity and intergenerational justice. She graduated from The University of Reading in 2008 with a BA in Politics and Philosophy, The University of York in 2010 with an MA in Practical Ethics, and The University of Manchester in 2015 with a PhD in Bioethics and Medical Jurisprudence.

She is currently working on the Wellcome Funded Project: The Donation and Transfer of Reproductive materials and her most recent research has thus focused on ethical questions surrounding human reproductive tissue donation and, more specifically, on the ethics of uterine transplantation. Her other recent research focuses on questions of pre-natal harm, social and distributive justice, and reproduction. 

Current Teaching

Nicola is lecturing and conducting seminars for the second year module PPR202 'Ethics: Theory and Practice' during the Michaelmas term and the third year special subject module PPR392a 'Future Generations' during the Lent term. 

Web Links

http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/reproductive-donation/people/

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