Ian Kerridge is Staff Haematologist/Bone Marrow Transplant physician at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney and Professor of Bioethics and Medicine at Sydney Health Ethics at the University of Sydney. He is also Vice-President of the BMT Society of Australia and New Zealand, Chair of the NSW BMT Network Long-Term Follow-Up Working Group, Chair of the RACP Ethics Committee, Chair of the South East Sydney LHD Clinical Ethics Committee and a Director of Praxis Australia – an Australian NFP devoted to education in research and research ethics. Ian trained in medicine at the University of Newcastle, BMT at the Royal Free Hospital in London and philosophy at the Universities of Sydney, Newcastle and Cambridge. He is the author of 6 textbooks of ethics and over 350 papers on ethics, philosophy, haematology and BMT. His current research interests in haematology include myeloma, apheresis and late effects of BMT and in ethics include the ‘selling’ of autologous stem cells, conflict-of-interest, prescription drug policy and organ donation and transplantation.
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