I am Associate Professor in the Philosophy Department at UCL, and will be Professor of Philosophy from October 2019. I was Director of the Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health from 2013-15, and since 2015 have been co-director of its larger successor, the UCL Health Humanities Centre. I am also Director of MA Philosophy, Politics and Economics of Health, and co-Director of MA Health Humanities. I was  Vice-Dean (Interdisciplinarity) for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities from 2015--19.

In 2011-12, I spent nine months on secondment to the Royal Society, working as a Senior Policy Adviser on the Science as an Open Enterprise report. This report identifies the principles, opportunities and problems of sharing scientific information, and makes a number of recommendations to scientists and their institutions, policymakers and others about how to create a socially responsible open data regime.

My roles outside of UCL include:

Before I arrived at UCL in 2008, I was Lecturer in Ethics for four years (2004-8) at the Centre for Professional Ethics, Keele University, and held temporary lectureships in Philosophy at Birkbeck (2003-4) and University of Roehampton (2002-3). I received my PhD (an examination of Kantian accounts of morality) from UCL in 2002.