Dr Elizabeth Redrup
Elizabeth is a Senior Policy Analyst (Law and Regulation) in the humanities team. She works on legal and ethical issues for genomics, data, artificial intelligence and other innovative health technologies at the cutting-edge of personalised healthcare.
Elizabeth holds a PhD (medical law and ethics) from the University of Southampton where she analysed whether the definition of brain death is discriminatory towards patients with severe cognitive disability (i.e., vegetative state, minimally conscious state and comatose patients). Her research focused on consciousness, personhood and best interests decision-making in the Court of Protection and holds broader interests such as property law’s relationship with the human body and AI consciousness. She has presented aspects of her research at the International Conference on Clinical Ethics and Consultation at Oxford University and at the Law and Society Association Conference in Toronto, Canada.
Elizabeth has taught criminal law at the University of Southampton and medical law and ethics at Imperial College London. She was a Committee Member of the Institute of Medical Ethics’ Postgraduate Bioethics Committee (PGBC) and a postgraduate researcher at Southampton University’s Health, Ethics and Law research group (HEAL).