Appointed to Research Ethics Committee
John Gray has been appointed as a Lay Member to the University of Liverpool Research Ethics Committee. The Committee is responsible for receiving details and considering the ethical aspects of University research projects involving human participants, their tissues or their personal information where the degree of ethical risk is flagged as more than minimal, and where they do not fall solely under the remit of another review body. As a member of the Committees, John will participate in the ethical review of project proposals, as well as contribute to the broader development of the research ethics policy at the University.
John has a long standing interest in healthcare ethics and law. He has an MA in Healthcare Ethics and Law. He began a PhD in Bioethics and Medical Jurisprudence before the demands of practice intervened. In practice he regularly undertakes clinical negligence cases and cases where there are issues of complex medical causation.
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