Deborah Bowman MBE

Professor of Bioethics & Clinical Ethics and Deputy Principal (Institutional Affairs), St. George's, University of London

Professor of Bioethics & Clinical Ethics and Deputy Principal (Institutional Affairs), St. George’s, University of London.
At St. George’s, University of London, areas for which Deborah provides academic leadership include Quality and Partnerships, Public and Civic Engagement, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Staff Careers, Development and Wellbeing and Athena SWAN. She also continues to teach, research and broadcast in the field of medical ethics. Deborah’s academic interests concern the application of ethics to policy, clinical practice, public involvement in ethical debate, and healthcare regulation. She comments widely about medical ethics in both academic and popular publications. She also works as a radio broadcaster for BBC Radio 4. Deborah has a particular interest in, and commitment to, ethics in public discourse, public service and policy. She works with a number of governmental and arms-length bodies as well as several of the professional regulators. Deborah also has extensive experience working in clinical ethics support in the NHS and she has served on local and national clinical ethics committees and groups.