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Professor Ruth Chadwick

Overview

Professor Ruth Chadwick Position: Distinguished Research Professor Email: ChadwickR1@cf.ac.uk
Telephone: +44(0)29 208 74049
Extension: 74049
Location: Law Building, Park Place, Cathays, Cardiff, CF10 3AX.

Research Group

Philosophy

Selected Publications

Bert Gordijn and Ruth Chadwick (eds) Medical Enhancement and Posthumanity (Springer, 2008) ISBN 1402088515  pp. 242

Ruth Chadwick, Jean-Christophe Galloux, Hermann Nys,  Jürgen W. Simon, Rainer Paslack, Ursual Weisenfeld, Xenotransplantation: Ethical, Legal, Economic, Social, Cultural and Scientific Background Vol. 2  Avm, München (2008) ISBN  978-3-89975-863-4

Jeantine Lunshof, Ruth Chadwick, Daniel Vorhaus and George Church - From genetic privacy to open consent Nature Reviews Genetics  Vol. 9 (2008)  pp. 406-411. ISSN 1471-0056 (print) 1471-0064 (web)

Jeantine E. Lunshof, Ruth Chadwick and George M. Church – Hippocrates revisited? Old ideals and new realities. Genomic Medicine Vol. 2 (2008)  ISSN 1871-7934 pp. 1-3

Ruth Chadwick, ‘Therapy, enhancement and improvement’ in B.Gordijn and R.Chadwick (eds) Medical Enhancement and Posthumanity (Springer, 2008) : pp. 25-37   ISBN 1402088515

Ruth Chadwick, ‘What is ‘applied’ in applied ethics? In Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy1:1-7.  Also translated into Japanese (2009)

Ruth Chadwick and Heather Strange, ‘Harmonisation and standardisation in ethics and governance: conceptual and practical challenges’ in H.Widdows and C.Mullen (eds) the Governance of Genetic Information: Who Decides? Cambridge 201-13 (2009)

Ruth Chadwick, ‘Nutrigenomics’ in P.Atkinson, P.Glasner and M.Lock (eds) Handbook of Genetics and Society: Mapping the New Genomic Era Routledge 94-103 (2009)

Ruth Chadwick ‘Gene Therapy’ in H.Kuhse and P. Singer (eds) A Companion to Bioethics  Blackwell (2009)

Ruth ChadwickGender and the human genome’ in Mens Sana Monographs.  Also translated into Chinese in Chinese Medical Ethics 22 (3) 5-8 (2009)

Publications

Bert Gordijn and Ruth Chadwick (eds) Medical Enhancement and Posthumanity (Springer, 2008) ISBN 1402088515  pp. 242

Ruth Chadwick, Jean-Christophe Galloux, Hermann Nys,  Jürgen W. Simon, Rainer Paslack, Ursual Weisenfeld, Xenotransplantation: Ethical, Legal, Economic, Social, Cultural and Scientific Background Vol. 2  Avm, München (2008) ISBN  978-3-89975-863-4

Jeantine Lunshof, Ruth Chadwick, Daniel Vorhaus and George Church - From genetic privacy to open consent Nature Reviews Genetics  Vol. 9 (2008)  pp. 406-411. ISSN 1471-0056 (print) 1471-0064 (web)

Jeantine E. Lunshof, Ruth Chadwick and George M. Church – Hippocrates revisited? Old ideals and new realities. Genomic Medicine Vol. 2 (2008)  ISSN 1871-7934 pp. 1-3

Ruth Chadwick, ‘Therapy, enhancement and improvement’ in B.Gordijn and R.Chadwick (eds) Medical Enhancement and Posthumanity (Springer, 2008) : pp. 25-37   ISBN 1402088515

Ruth Chadwick, ‘What is ‘applied’ in applied ethics? In Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy1:1-7.  Also translated into Japanese (2009)

Ruth Chadwick and Heather Strange, ‘Harmonisation and standardisation in ethics and governance: conceptual and practical challenges’ in H.Widdows and C.Mullen (eds) the Governance of Genetic Information: Who Decides? Cambridge 201-13 (2009)

Ruth Chadwick, ‘Nutrigenomics’ in P.Atkinson, P.Glasner and M.Lock (eds) Handbook of Genetics and Society: Mapping the New Genomic Era Routledge 94-103 (2009)

Ruth Chadwick ‘Gene Therapy’ in H.Kuhse and P. Singer (eds) A Companion to Bioethics  Blackwell (2009)

Ruth ChadwickGender and the human genome’ in Mens Sana Monographs.  Also translated into Chinese in Chinese Medical Ethics 22 (3) 5-8 (2009)

A Palou, A Wright, B Moseley, C Midden, D Schroder, G Koenen, G Rechkemmer, M Liakopoulos, S Henson and Chadwick R - Functional Foods, Springer, Berlin (2003) ppXVIII+219 ISBN 3-540-20120-3.

Chadwick R - Professional Ethics and the 'Good' of Science Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 30 (3) (2005) 247-256.

Chadwick R and S Wilson - Genomic Databases - A Global Public good Res Publica, 10 (2) (2004) 123-134.

Chadwick R - Telling the Truth about Genomics Communication and Medicine, 1 (2) (2004) 193-199 ISSN 1612-1783.

Chadwick R and K Bere - Solidarity and Equity: New Ethical Frameworks for Genetic Databases Nature Reviews Genetics, 2 (4) (2001) 318-321.

Chadwick R - Nutrigenomics, Individualism and Public Health Nutrition Society, Kings College, London (2003), 161-166.

Chadwick R and D Shroeder - Applied Ethics, Routledge, London (2002).

Research

Research Projects

Genetic Databases

Collaborative projects

Bioethical Implications of Globalisation Processes (BIG)

Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Human Genetic Databases; a European Comparison (ELSAGEN)

European Information Network Ethics in Medicine and Biotechnology (EURETHNET)

The Institutionalisation of Ethics in Science Policy; Practices and Impact (INES)

Nowgen - North West Genetics Knowledge Park - The Ethical, Legal and Social Dimensions of Genetics

Biography

Ruth Chadwick is Distinguished Research Professor at Cardiff University and Director of CESAGen. She holds a Cardiff University 'Link' Chair, held jointly between the School of English, Communication and Philosophy and the Cardiff Law School. She held positions in Liverpool, Cardiff, Preston and Lancaster before joining the University in 2006. She co-ordinated the Euroscreen projects (1994-6; 1996-9) funded by the European Commission and co-edits the journal Bioethics.

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Editorships