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Dr Natasha Hammond-Browning

Lecturer in Law

School of Law and Politics

Email
hammond-browningn@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
+44 (0)29 2087 5422
Campuses
Law Building, Museum Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3AX
Users
Available for postgraduate supervision

Dr Hammond-Browning joined Cardiff Law School in 2019. Natasha is an enthusiastic and experienced lecturer, with specialist research interests in Healthcare Law and Ethics. Research is in the field of reproductive technologies, primarily uterus (womb) transplantation.

'Legal and moral aspects of human embryonic stem cell research' PhD, Cardiff University. Supervisor Professor Søren Holm

LLM Legal Aspects of Medical Practice, Cardiff University

LLB Law and Spanish, Cardiff University

Honours and awards

Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Funding, SLSA (awarded 2016)

Professional memberships

ISUTx (International Society for Uterus Transplants]

SLSA

SLS

Academic positions

Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Gloucestershire

Lecturer in Medical Law, Southampton University

Teaching Fellow and Research Associate, Centre for Ethics in Medicine, Bristol University

Committees and reviewing

Editor, Butterworth's Medico-Legal Reports

Book Review editor, European Journal of Health Law

Co-editor, Contemporary Issues in Law

Journal reviewer including: Medical law Review, Bioethics, Journal of medical ethics

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2013

2011

2010

2009

2008

2006

Currently:

Healthcare Ethics and Law (UG)

Land Law (UG)

Legal Aspects of Medical Practice (PG)

Previously:

Tort

Family Law

Uterus (womb) transplants

artifical gametes

embryo research

cloning

embryonic stem cell research

Currently supervising Charlotte Park-Morton's PhD - A critical analysis of the extent to which domestic legal approaches to cross- border surrogacy satisfy the international rights of the child: an argument for international regulation.

Interested in suprervising topics on:

Reproductive technologies, including uterus (womb) transplants, ectogenesis (artificial wombs), in vitro derived gametes (artificial gametes), embryo research and cloning.

Reproduction including surrogacy, termination of pregnancy, and infertility treatments.

Healthcare law and ethics

Past projects

Co-supervisor for Matthew Watkins (Southampton Law School) -  “Medical Education and Practice: Evaluating understanding and knowledge creation in the context of risk disclosure.”

Co-supervisor for Paulina Sikorska (Southampton Law School)

Areas of expertise

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