PhD candidate in One Health Models of Disease
Emma Nance is a second-year PhD student on the Wellcome Trust funded programme One Health Models of Disease: Science, Ethics, and Society. She is from New York but has studied for several years in Scotland, first completing an undergraduate degree in English Literature in 2019 and completing an LLM in Medical Law and Ethics in 2020.
Emma's current work examines the bioethical implications of human and non-human biosurveillance with a view towards integrating and updating the policies under a One Health and global justice framework. This work is conducted under the auspices of the Roslin Institute and the Usher Institute and supervised by Dr. Sarah Chan, Professor Lisa Boden, Dr. Emily Postan, and Dr. Juliet Duncan.
Wellcome Trust-funded One Health Models of Disease PhD - Thesis Research: The Bioethical Implications of Human and Non-Human Biosurveillance: Towards an Integrated One Health and Global Justice Framework
UK Pandemic Ethics Accelerator - UKRI-funded partnership between the Universities of Oxford, Bristol, Edinburgh, University College London, and the Nuffield Council on Bioethics
- MBChB, Research and Evidence-based Medicine, Tutor