Ethical issues in human reproduction
Catherine is a professor in the Monash Bioethics Centre. Her disciplinary background is philosophy, and her research addresses ethical issues in human reproduction, especially from the perspective of how new reproductive technologies impact on women. She also has expertise in feminist philosophy and aspects of continental philosophy, particularly the work of Michel Foucault, and debates on biopolitics. She's the author of three books, as well as numerous articles and book chapters. She's the founding coordinator of the Reproduction Research Network, and a member of the Health and Biofutures Focus Program at Monash University.
Catherine Mills's Articles
CRISPR: not cut and dried
The genetic modification of twin baby girls before their birth has highlighted the ethical concerns raised by the use of gene-editing tool CRISPR in humans.