Staff Profiles: Dr. Natasha Hammond-Browning

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Staff Profile: Dr. Natasha Hammond-Browning
Senior Lecturer in Law

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Dr. Natasha Hammond-Browning

Senior Lecturer in Law

Accounting, Finance and Law

Natasha is passionate about teaching law and ethics and communicating its relevance in a fast moving world. Her research interests are in healthcare law and reproductive technologies.

Biography

Natasha is an experienced legal academic teaching a range of legal subjects including property law, law of torts, family law and medical law. Her research is in healthcare law, specifically the legal, ethical, and societal implication of new reproductive technologies, and embryo research, from a UK and international perspective. Current research includes uterus transplants, ectogenesis, in vitro gametogenesis (artificial gametes), and surrogacy. Previous research includes embryonic stem cell research, hybrid embryos, and stem cell banking.

Accreditation

Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Membership of professional bodies

International Society of Uterus Transplantation

SLSA

SLS

British Sociological Association

Teaching and research

Teaching

I teach a wide range of legal subjects including medical law, property law, law of torts, and family law. I am the module leader for Family Law.

Research

The focus of my research is healthcare law, specifically the legal, ethical, and societal implication of new reproductive technologies from a UK and international perspective. Current research includes uterus transplants, ectogenesis, in vitro gametogenesis (artificial gametes), and surrogacy.

Publications

More publications from Dr. Natasha Hammond-Browning can be found in the Research Repository.

External responsibilities

Editor, Butterworths Medico-Legal Reports

Book Review Editor, European Journal of Health Law

Subjects for media interviews

Uterus transplantation

Ectogenesis

Reproductive Technologies

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External examining

E?xternal Examiner, Westminster Law School