lecturer on medical ethics, School of Medicine, University of Leeds; trustee, Institute of Medical Ethics
Georgia Testa is a lecturer in the School of Philosophy, Religion and the History of Science at the University of Leeds. Her main teaching responsibility is for the medical ethics provision in the School of Medicine, and on biomedical ethics for the Inter-disciplinary Ethics Applied Centre. Georgia’s current and past teaching for philosophy includes introduction to ethics; environmental ethics; war, terror and justice; and the ethics of life and death. She is a trustee of the Institute of Medical Ethics as well as the chair of their Education Committee, and case studies editor for the journal Research Ethics.
Thursday 19 October, 18:45 Room 1, Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds, LS2 3AD
What is the Moral Case for Abortion?