Dr Trevor Stammers has done hundreds of interviews on radio and television over the past thirty years on a wide range of bioethical topics from cryopreservation of bodies to ectogenesis (gestating babies outside a mother's womb).
Dr Stammers has written chapters for both Cambridge and Oxford University Press on conscientious objection in medicine, organ donation euthanasia and organ markets and organ trafficking. He is also the Editor-In-Chief of The New Bioethics.
Areas of expertise
- Medical ethics
- Organ donation and transplantation ethics
- Euthanasia and assisted suicide
- Gene editing
- Three-parent IVF
News at St Mary's
A new book stemming from a conference held at St Mary’s University, Twickenham is being published this week from Cambridge University Press. Find out more...
Dr Trevor Stammers writes on his experiences debating HFEA's approval of gene-editing experiments by the Francis Crick Institute. Find out more...
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