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  • Contributors

Michael Campbell is currently a postdoctoral researcher for the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, based in the department of Ethics, at Kyoto University. His research focuses on conceptions of human nature in both meta- and normative ethics.

Md Shaikh Farid is an Associate Professor in the Department of World Religions and Culture, at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He was awarded the Erasmus Mundus Master in Bioethics from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, Radboud University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and the University of Padova, Italy in 2013. His research interests include Christian history in Bangladesh, ethics of reproductive technologies, ethical issues in organ donation and bioethical issues in general.

Masayuki Kodama is a Professor in the Faculty of Physical Education, at the National Institute of Fitness and Sports, Kanoya, Japan. Dr. Kodama has written widely on the topic of reproductive technologies in Japan, including pre-implantation genetic diagnosis.

Liao Feng is a medical student at Fourth Clinical Medical College Peking University, Beijing, China, and presently a senior majoring in clinical medicine.

Vibhav Mithal is an associate lawyer specialising in litigation with Anand and Anand, a leading intellectual property rights law firm in India. He developed an interest in healthcare law when pursuing a course in Healthcare Law and Bioethics at the National University of Juridical Sciences, which led to a passion for intellectual property law. He currently works on issues related to the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights.

Jaime C. Montoya is an Infectious Disease Specialist and researcher and is currently an academician with the National Academy of Science and Technology. He is also the Executive Director of the Philippine Council for Health Research and Development and a member on the Philippine Health Research Ethics Board. His research interests focus on infectious diseases, particularly tuberculosis.

Diksha Munjal completed her LLM in the Faculty of Laws, University College London. She has been a part of the faculty at the National Law University Delhi and teaches family law and alternative dispute resolution. She is also a PhD scholar at the National Law University Delhi and is pursuing her research in the area of commercial surrogacy.

Yashita Munjal completed her degree in law from the Faculty of Law at the University of Delhi. She is a practising lawyer at district courts, the High Court of Delhi and the Supreme Court of India. [End Page 105]

Paul Schotsmans is a Professor in the Centre for Biomedical Ethics and Law, at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, where he teaches in the medical school. He writes widely on bioethics of reproductive technologies, and end-of-life issues, among others.

Zhang Dong is a medical student at Fourth Clinical Medical College Peking University, Beijing, China, and presently a senior majoring in clinical medicine. [End Page 106]

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ISSN
1793-9453
Print ISSN
1793-8759
Pages
pp. 105-106
Launched on MUSE
2014-03-25
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Archived 2017
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