Emma Nance

PhD Candidate

Emma Nance is a PhD student in the University of Edinburgh’s Wellcome Trust-funded programme One Health Models of Disease: Science, Ethics, and Society. This work is conducted in collaboration with the Roslin Institute, the Centre for Bioethics, Self, and Society, and the Usher Institute for Population Health Sciences and Informatics, all located at the University of Edinburgh.

Her doctoral thesis is entitled ‘The Bioethical Implications of Human and Non-Human Biosurveillance: Towards a Harmonised One Health and Global Justice Framework.’ This research aims to provide greater insights into the shared practicalities and ethical responsibilities of biosurveillance actions, moving towards a harmonised One Health and global justice framework.

Emma has an LLM in Medical Law and Ethics and an English Literature MA Hons degree from the University of Edinburgh.