Familial genetic risks: How can we better navigate patient confidentiality and appropriate risk disclosure to relatives
Laurie, G., Dove, E. S. & Postan, E., 27 Aug 2019In : Journal of Medical Ethics.

Co-production and managing uncertainty in health research regulation: A Delphi study
Fletcher, I., Dove, E. S., Laurie, G., McMillan, C., Sethi, N. & Sorbie, A., 19 Aug 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Health care analysis.

Contested Futures: Envisioning “Personalized,” “Stratified,” and “Precision” Medicine
Erikainen, S. & Chan, S., 12 Jul 2019In : New Genetics and Society.

Reconceptualising the digital maturity of health systems
Cresswell, K., Sheikh, A., Krasuska, M., Heeney, C., Slee, A., Franklin, B. D., Mozaffar, H. & Williams, R., 12 Jul 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : The Lancet Digital Health.

Requiring a single IRB for cooperative research in the revised Common Rule: What lessons can be learned from the UK and elsewhere?
Dove, E. S., 12 Jul 2019In : Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics. 472p. 264-282

Safeguarding the future of genomic research in South Africa: Broad consent and the Protection of Personal Information Act No. 4 of 2013
Staunton, C., Adams, R., Botes, M., Dove, E. S., Horn, L., Labuschaigne, M., Loots, G., Mahomed, S., Makuba, J., Olckers, A., Pepper, M. S., Pope, A., Ramsay, M., Loideain, N. N. & De Vries, J., 28 Jun 2019In : South Med J. 1097p. 468470

Sharing confidential health data for research purposes in the UK: Where are ‘publics’ in the public interest?
Sorbie, A., 14 May 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Evidence and Policy.

Patienthood and participation in the digital era
Erikainen, S., Pickersgill, M., Cunningham-Burley, S. & Chan, S., 23 Apr 2019In : Digital Health. 5p. 2055207619845546

Re-imagining Healthcare and Medical Research Systems in Post Devolution Scotland
Mittra, J., Mastroeni, M., Haddow, G., Wield, D. & Barlow, E., Mar 2019In : Sociological Research Online. 241p. 55-72

Are requirements to deposit data in research repositories compatible with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation?
Mascalzoni, D., Bentzen, H. B., Budin-ljøsne, I., Bygrave, L. A., Bell, J., Dove, E. S., Fuchsberger, C., Hveem, K., Mayrhofer, M. T., Meraviglia, V., O’brien, D. R., Pattaro, C., Pramstaller, P. P., Rakic, V., Rossini, A., Shabani, M., Svantesson, D. J. B., Tomasi, M., Ursin, L., Wjst, M. & 1 others, 19 Feb 2019In : Annals of Internal Medicine.

Regulating for uncertainty: Bridging blurred boundaries in medical innovation, research and treatment
Sethi, N., 3 Feb 2019In : Law, Innovation and Technology. 111

Biomedicine, self and society: An agenda for collaboration and engagement
Pickersgill, M., Chan, S., Haddow, G., Laurie, G., Sridhar, D., Sturdy, S. & Cunningham-burley, S., 23 Jan 2019In : Wellcome Open Research . 4p. 9

Criminalizing medical research fraud: Towards an appropriate legal framework and policy response.
Leung GKK. 2019 In: Medical Law International

‘Are Requirements to Deposit Data in Research Repositories Compatible with the GDPR?’
Mascalzoni D. … Dove E.S. et al. (2019) In: Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol 170(5), pp 332–334


‘Medical manslaughter in Hong Kong – how, why and why not’
Leung GK (2018) In: Hong Kong Medical Journal, Vol. 24, pp 384-90.

The EU General Data Protection Regulation: Implications for International Scientific Research in the Digital Era’
Dove E.S. (2018) In: Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, Vol 46(4), pp 1013–1030

‘Broad Consent for Future Research: International Perspectives’
Rothstein, M.A. … Dove E.S. et al.  In: IRB: Ethics & Human Research, Vol 40(6), pp 7–12

‘Malpractice litigation in acute stroke care – where are we now?’
Leung GKK, Porter G.  (20018) In: Medico-Legal Journal, Vol 86, pp 134-9

‘Charting regulatory stewardship in health research: Making the invisible visible?’
Graeme Laurie, Edward S. Dove, Isabel Fletcher, Agomoni Ganguli-Mitra, Katy Mcmillan, Nayha Sethi, Annie Sorbie (2018) In: Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics, Vol 27, pp 333-347

‘The social sciences, humanities, and health’
Martyn Pickersgill, Sarah Chan, Gillian Haddow, Graeme Laurie, Devi Sridhar, Steve Sturdy, Sarah Cunningham-Burley (2018) In: The Lancet, Vol 391, pp 1462–1463

‘Responsible Regulation in Action? Responsible Research and Innovation in the European Bank for induced pluripotent Stem Cells’
S Harmon (2018) In: Law, Innovation and Technology,  Vol.10(1), p. 15-39

‘How do we make sense of chaos? Navigating health research regulation through the liminality of the Brexit process ‘
Graeme Laurie, (2018), In: Medical Law International.

‘When Can the Child Speak for Herself? The Limits of Parental Consent in Data Protection Law for Health Research’
Taylor M.J., Dove E.S., Townend D., Laurie G. (2018) In: Medical Law Review, Vol. 26(3), p. 369–391.

‘Research and Global Health Emergencies: On the Essential Role of Best Practice’
Nayha Sethi (2018) In:  Public Health Ethics, phy014

‘Body Extension and the Law: Medical Devices, Intellectual Property, Prosthetics and Marginalisation (Again)’
S Harmon, A Brown, et al., (2018) In: Law Innovation & Technology, Vol 10(2), p.

‘Mandatory Infant & Childhood Immunization: Rationales, Issues and Knowledge Gaps’
N MacDonald, S Harmon, et al., (2018); In: Vaccine online

‘Book Review: Research Handbook on EU Health Law and Policy’
Dove E.S.(2018) In: SCRIPTed , Vol. 15(1), p. 130–134.

‘Is Physician Dismissal of Vaccine Refusers an Acceptable Practice in Canada? A 2018 Overview ‘
N MacDonald, S Harmon, et al.,(2018) In: Paediatrics & Child Health, p. 116

‘Better governance, better access: Practising responsible data sharing in the METADAC governance infrastructure’
Murtagh, M.J., Blell, M.T., Butters, O.W., Cowley, L., Dove, E.S., Goodman, A., Griggs, R.L., Hall, A., Hallowell, N., Kumari, M., Mangino, M., Maughan, B., Mills, M. C., Minion, J. T., Murphy, T., Prior, G., Suderman, M., Ring, S. M., Rogers, N. T., Roberts, S. J.& 6 others (2018) In: Human genomics. 12, 1, p. 1-12 24

‘Charting regulatory stewardship in health research: Making the invisible visible?’
Graeme Laurie, Edward S. Dove, Isabel Fletcher, Agomoni Ganguli-Mitra, Catriona McMillan, Nayha Sethi, Annie Sorbie, (2018) In: Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics, Vol 27, pp 333-347

‘Including all voices in international data-sharing governance’
Kaye, J., Terry, S. F., Juengst, E., Coy, S., Harris, J. R., Chalmers, D., Dove, E. S., Budin-Ljøsne, I., Adebamowo, C., Ogbe, E., Bezuidenhout, L., Morrison, M., Minion, J. T., Murtagh, M. J., Minari, J., Teare, H., Isasi, R., Kato, K., Rial-Sebbag, E., Marshall, P. & 2 others  (2018) In : Human genomics. 1213p. 1-6

What’s in a Name? The Politics of ‘Precision Medicine’
Chan, S. & Erikainen, S. (2018) In : American journal of bioethics. 18, 4, p. 50-52


A qualitative study of participants’ views on re-consent in a longitudinal biobank
Dixon-Woods, M., Kocman, D., Brewster, L., Willars, J., Laurie, G. & Tarrant, C.  Mar 2017 In : BMC Medical Ethics. p. 1-11 11 p., 18:22

Applying mutual recognition to international research ethics review
Dove, E. S. & Townend, D. 1 Sep 2017 In : Medicine and Law . 36, 1

Approaching Ethics Review Equivalency Through Natural Justice and a ‘Sounding Board’ Model for Research Ethics Committees
Townend D., Dove E.S. Medicine and Law 2017; 36(1): 61–86.

‘Global surgery: a new agenda item for surgical training and professional partnership’
Leung GKK. Surgical Practice 2017; 21: 4-7

Balancing the local and the universal in maintaining ethical access to a genomics biobank
Heeney, C. & Kerr, S. 28 Dec 2017 In: BMC Medical Ethics. 18, 1, p.1-11 11p.

Beyond individualism: Is there a place for relational autonomy in clinical practice and research?
Dove, E.S., Kelly, S.E., Lucivero, F., Machirori, M.,  Dheensa, S., Prainsack, B. 2017  In: Clinical Ethics p. 150-165

Bioethics in the big data era: health care and beyond.
Chan, S. Revista de Bioética y Derecho. 2017; 41:3-32.

Charting regulatory stewardship in health research: Making the invisible visible?
Ganguli-Mitra, A., Laurie, G., Dove, E.S., Fletcher, I., Sethi, N., Sorbie, A. & McMillan, C. Jul 2017 In: Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics.

Citizens, science and society: rights and responsibilities in research.
Chan, S. In Blancarte Jaber, F; Gómez Ávalos, J, Santillán Doherty, P and Medina Arellano, M (eds) “Ciencia y conciencia: El legado de Rubén Lisker”. Editorial Fontamara, Mexico City: pp159-177.

Criminal prohibition of wrongful re-identification: Legal solution or minefield for big data?
Phillips, M., Dove, E. S. & Knoppers, B. M. 14 Sep 2017 In : Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. p. 1-13

Current and emerging global themes in the bioethics of regenerative medicine: the tangled web of stem cell translation.
Chan, S. Regenerative Medicine, 12(7), 839–851.

Liminality and the limits of law in health research regulation: What are we missing in the spaces in-between?
Laurie, G. 2017 In : Medical Law Review. 251p. 47-72 26 p.

Oversight of genomic data sharing: What roles for ethics and data access committees?
Shabani, M., Dove, E. S., Murtagh, M., Knoppers, B. M. & Borry, P. 24 Aug 2017 In : Biopreservation and biobanking.

Rapid Establishment of the European Bank for induced Pluripotent Stem Cells: the Hot Start experience
Paul De Sousa, Harmon. S.H et al. 2017 In : Stem Cell Research. p.105-114.

Reconfiguring social value in health research through the lens of liminality
Ganguli Mitra, A., Dove, E.S., Laurie, G. & Taylor-Alexander, S. Feb 2017 In : Bioethics. p. 87-96

The other side of the coin: Harm due to the non-use of health-related data
Laurie, G., Jones, K., Stevens, L., Dobbs, C., Lea, N. & Ford, D. V. Jan 2017 In : International journal of medical informatics. 97p. 43-51

When Can the Child Speak for Herself? The Limits of Parental Consent in Data Protection Law for Health Research
Taylor, M.J., Dove E.S., Laurie, G, Townend, D. ; Nov 2017 In: Medical Law Review.

What Does It Mean to Take an Ethics+ Approach to Global Biobank Governance?
Laurie, G.(2017), 9(4), Asian Bioethics Review, 285-300.


Abortion and conscientious objection: Doogan – A missed opportunity for an instructive rights-based analysis
Harmon, S. Nov 2016 In : Medical Law International. p. 1-31 31 p.

Deep brain stimulation for prolonged disorders of consciousness.
Leung GKK. 2016 In: Clinical Ethics; vol. 11: p. 105-11

An “ethical moment” in data sharing
Heeney, C. May 2016 In : Science, Technology & Human Values. 17 p.

Beyond regulatory compression: Confronting the liminal spaces of health research regulation
Taylor-Alexander, S., Dove, E.S., Ganguli Mitra, A., Laurie, G., Fletcher, I. & McMillan, C. Dec 2016 In : Law, Innovation and Technology. 82p. 149-176 27 p.

Data Safe Havens and Trust: Toward a Common Understanding of Trusted Research Platforms for Governing Secure and Ethical Health Research
Lea N.C., Nicholls J., Dobbs C., Sethi N., Cunningham J., Ainsworth J., Heaven M., Peacock T., Peacock A., Jones K., Laurie G., Kalra D. 2016  In: JMIR Med Inform 4(2):e22

Defining Ourselves: Personal Bioinformation as a Tool of Narrative Self-Conception
Postan, E. 2016. In: Journal of Bioethical Enquiry. 19 p.

Developing a Public Interest Mandate for the Governance and Use of Administrative Data in the United Kingdom
Laurie, G. & Stevens, L. 2016 In: Journal of Law and Society. 43, 3, p. 360-392

Elberte v. Latvia: Whose tissue is it anyway ? Relational autonomy or the autonomy of relations?
Dove, E.S., Ganguli Mitra, A., Laurie, G. T., McMillan, C., & Taylor-Alexander, S. 2016 In : Medical Law International. 15, 2-3, p. 77-96

International academic conferences: Significance and legacy of the 13th World Congress of the International Association of Bioethics
Sethi, N., Laurie, G. & Harmon, S. 27 Sep 2016 In : Medical Law International. 163-4p. 105-114 9 p.

New risks inadequately managed: The case of smart implants and medical device regulation
Harmon, S. H. E., Haddow, G. & Gilman, L. Feb 2016 In : Law, Innovation and Technology. 72p. 231-252


Acting on Incidental Findings in Research Imaging
Wardlaw, J. M., Davies, H., Booth, T. C., Laurie, G., Compston, A., Freeman, C., … Jackson, A. 2015 In : BMJ, 351, h5190.

Consent and Anonymisation: Beware Binary Constructions
Dove, E.S. & Laurie, G. April 2015 In: BMJ.

Cyborgs in the Everyday: Masculinity and Biosensing Prostate Cancer.
Haddow, G. et al. 2015. In: Science as Culture 24(4): 484-506

Health Law and Crossborder Healthcare in Europe: 2015 Conference of the European Association of Health Law
Stevens, L. 2015. In : SCRIPTed. 12, 2, p. 176-179

Imagining Global Health with Justice: Ebola, Impoverished People and Health Systems
Harmon, S. H. E., Gostin, L., Grant, L., Gillies, J. & Laurie, G. 2015 In : Medical Law International. doi:10.1177/0968533215574798

In Search of Global Health Justice: A Need to Reinvigorate Institutions and Make International Law
Harmon, S. H. E. 2015 In : Health Care Analysis. doi:10.1007/s10728-015-0296-9

On Moving Targets and Magic Bullets: Can the UK Lead the Way with Responsible Data Linkage for Health Research?
Laurie, G., Sethi, N., et al. 2015. In : International Journal of Medical Informatics. 84, 11, p. 933

Pause for Reflection…and Respect
Laurie, G. 2015 In : SCRIPTed. 12, 2, p. 81-74.

Reflections on the Concept of Open Data
Dove, E.S. 2015 In : SCRIPTed. 12, 2, p. 154-166

Regulating in developing countries: Multiple roles for medical research and products regulation in Argentina and India
Harmon, S. & Kale, D. Nov 2015 In : Technology in Society. 43p. 10-22 12 p.

Reimagining Regulatory Approaches: on the Essential Role of Principles in Health Research Regulation
Sethi, N. 2015 In : SCRIPTed. 12, 2, p. 91-116

Respecting Autonomy Over Time: Policy and Empirical Evidence on Re-Consent in Longitudinal Biomedical Research
Laurie, G., Gourna, E. G., Shoush, O., Wallace, S. & Wright, J. 2015 In: Bioethics. doi:10.1111/bioe.12165

The Invisibility of Disability: Using Dance to Shake from Bioethics the Idea of ‘Broken Bodies’
Harmon, S. Sep 2015 In : Bioethics. 297p. 488–98

The Proposed Data Protection Regulation and Its Potential Impact on Social Sciences Research in the UK
Stevens, L. 2015 In : European Data Protection Law Review. 12p. 97-112

The Social Licence for Research: Why care.data Ran into Trouble
Carter, P., Laurie, G. & Dixon-Woods, M. 2015 In: Journal of Medical Ethics.

Validation and Virtuosity: Perspectives on Difference and Authorship/Control in Dance
Harmon, S., Brown, A., Waelde, C. & Whatley, S. Apr 2015 In : Choreographic Practices. 61


Banking (on) the Brain: From Consent to Authorisation and the Transformative Potential of Solidarity
Harmon, S. & McMahon, A. 2014 In : Medical Law Review.

Disabled Dance: Grounding the Practice in the Law of ‘Cultural Heritage’
Harmon, S., Waelde, C. & Whatley, S. 2014 In : Web Journal of Current Legal Issues. 203p. 370

Graphic and Novel: An Arts and Law Project
Harmon, S. Apr 2014 In : SCRIPTed. 11, 1, p. 132-136

Recognizing the Right Not to Know: Conceptual, Professional, and Legal Implications
Laurie, G. 2014 In : Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics. 42, 1, p. 53-63

The Promotion of Data Sharing in Pharmacoepidemiology
Sethi, N. 2014 In : European Journal of Health Law. 21, 3, p. 271-96


Delivering Proportionate Governance in the Era of eHealth: Making Linkage and Privacy Work Together
Sethi, N. & Laurie, G. 2013 In : Medical Law International. 13, 2-3, p. 168-204 38 p.

Enhancing Data Protection and Data Processing in the Public Sector: The Critical Role of Proportionality and the Public Interest
Black, G. & Stevens, L. 2013 In : SCRIPTed. 10, 1, p. 93-122

Governing Risk, Engaging Publics, and Engendering Trust: New Horizons for Law and Social Science?
Harmon, S., Laurie, G. & Haddow, G. Jan 2013 In : Science and Public Policy. 40, 1, p. 25-33

Rhetoric or Reality: What is the Legal Status of Consent Forms in Medical Research?
Laurie, G. & Postan, E. 2013 In : Medical Law Review. 21, 3, p. 371-414 45 p.

Towards Principles-Based Approaches to Governance of Health-Related Research Using Personal Data
Laurie, G. & Sethi, N. 2013 In : European Journal of Risk Regulation. 2013, 1, p. 43-57

Nanotechnologies: Big Governance Issues for the Science of Small (in Taiwan and Beyond)
Harmon, S., Yen, S-Y. & Tang, S-M. 2013 In : Far East Journal of Psychology and Business. 11, 1, p. 50-72


Banking (On) the Brain: A Report on the Legal and Regulatory Concerns
Harmon, S. & McMahon, A. 2012 In : SCRIPTed. 9, 3, p. 376-83

Banking (on) the Brain: The Neurological in Culture, Law and Science
Harmon, S. & Haddow, G. Jun 2012 In : Medical Law International. 12, 2, p. 79-91

Do You See What I See?: Disability, Technology, Law and the Experience of Culture
Brown, A., Waelde, C. & Harmon, S. 2012 In : International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law. 43, 8, p. 901-30

Foresighting Futures: Law, New Technologies, and the Challenges of Regulating for Uncertainty
Laurie, G., Harmon, S. & Arzuaga, F. 2012 In : Law, Innovation and Technology. 4, 1, p. 1-33 33 p.

From conflicting narratives to legal conflicts: Patenting and irreconcilable differences on the idea of ‘biovalue’
Harmon, S. 2012 In : Medical Law International. 123-4p. 191-203

Medical Research Data-Sharing: The ‘Public Good’ and Vulnerable Groups
Harmon, S. & Chen, K-H. 2012 In : Medical Law Review. 20, 4, p. 516-39

Peering from the Shadows: Stem Cell Research and the Quest for Regulation in Argentina
Harmon, S. 2012 In : Stem Cell Reports. 8, 3, p. 640-46 7 p.