Reader/ Chancellor's Fellow
Usher Institute – University of Edinburgh
Old Medical School
- Post code
- EH8 9AG
Dr Chan is an Chancellor's Fellow interested in the field of ethics.
Sarah has a wide interest in the ethics of medical research including stem cells, embryo research and reproductive medicine. Human enhancement, gene therapy and genetic modification, along with animal ethics and research ethics, are also areas of study.
Sarah's projects include work on constructing the value of 'species' in conservation ecology.
Marketing Experimental Stem Cell Therapies in the UK: Biomedical Lifestyle Products and the Promise of Regenerative Medicine in the Digital Era
Contested Futures: Envisioning “Personalized,” “Stratified,” and “Precision” Medicine
Ethical considerations in the use of GPS-based movement tracking in health research - lessons from a care-seeking study in rural west India
Tissue-Engineering the Intestine
Patienthood and participation in the digital era
Biomedicine, self and society: An agenda for collaboration and engagement
Research translation and emerging health technologies: Synthetic biology and beyond
Health and Sport Committee Human Tissue (Authorisation) (Scotland) Bill
Mason Institute symposium on healthcare professionals’ duty of care
The social sciences, humanities, and health