Mass Incarceration, Public Health, and COVID-19 in the US

By Glenda Xu. Covid-19 is the defining health crisis of our time. In the US, a formidable - and rapidly deteriorating - challenge lies in the mass populations incarcerated in correctional facilities. In UCL Bioethics and Medical Law Society’s most recent event, Dr Meghan Novisky, assistant professor of Criminology at Cleveland State University, explores these … Continue reading Mass Incarceration, Public Health, and COVID-19 in the US

Young People and Ethical Mental Health Interventions

By Blanca Sanz-Magallón. On November 23rd, we were honoured to host Dr. Gabriela Pavarini, from the Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society Research Group (NEUROSEC) at the University of Oxford. The event was a unique opportunity to discuss the role young people play in the development of mental health interventions and policy, and how the cutting-edge research … Continue reading Young People and Ethical Mental Health Interventions

Angela Saini- race science, COVID-19 and much more

Angela Saini is a British science journalist and broadcaster, presenting both radio and television shows on the BBC, writing for a number of renowned newspapers, as well as an accomplished author. She holds two masters degree, one in Engineering from the University of Oxford, and another in Science and Security from King's College London's department … Continue reading Angela Saini- race science, COVID-19 and much more