Christopher Gyngell
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The moral imperative to continue gene editing research on human embryos
J Savulescu, J Pugh, T Douglas, C Gyngell
Protein & cell 6 (7), 476-479, 2015
The ethics of germline gene editing
C Gyngell, T Douglas, J Savulescu
Journal of Applied Philosophy 34 (4), 498-513, 2017
Genome editing technologies and human germline genetic modification: The Hinxton Group Consensus Statement
S Chan, PJ Donovan, T Douglas, C Gyngell, J Harris, R Lovell-Badge, ...
The American Journal of Bioethics 15 (12), 42-47, 2015
Moral reasons to edit the human genome: picking up from the Nuffield report
C Gyngell, H Bowman-Smart, J Savulescu
Journal of medical ethics 45 (8), 514-523, 2019
Enhancing the species: genetic engineering technologies and human persistence
C Gyngell
Philosophy & technology 25 (4), 495-512, 2012
CRISPR: A path through the thicket
DJH Mathews, S Chan, PJ Donovan, T Douglas, C Gyngell, J Harris, ...
Nature 527 (7577), 159, 2015
Sex selection and non‐invasive prenatal testing: A review of current practices, evidence, and ethical issues
H Bowman‐Smart, J Savulescu, C Gyngell, C Mand, MB Delatycki
Prenatal Diagnosis 40 (4), 398-407, 2020
‘Is it better not to know certain things?’: views of women who have undergone non-invasive prenatal testing on its possible future applications
H Bowman-Smart, J Savulescu, C Mand, C Gyngell, MD Pertile, S Lewis, ...
Journal of Medical Ethics 45 (4), 231-238, 2019
Stocking the genetic supermarket: reproductive genetic technologies and collective action problems
C Gyngell, T Douglas
Bioethics 29 (4), 241-250, 2015
Ethical issues in genetic modification and why application matters
M Munsie, C Gyngell
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development 52, 7-12, 2018
Germline gene editing and the precautionary principle
JJ Koplin, C Gyngell, J Savulescu
Bioethics 34 (1), 49-59, 2020
Rapid challenges: ethics and genomic neonatal intensive care
C Gyngell, AJ Newson, D Wilkinson, Z Stark, J Savulescu
Pediatrics 143 (Supplement_1), S14-S21, 2019
From public preferences to ethical policy
J Savulescu, G Kahane, C Gyngell
Nature human behaviour 3 (12), 1241-1243, 2019
‘Small cost to pay for peace of mind’: Women's experiences with non‐invasive prenatal testing
H Bowman‐Smart, J Savulescu, C Mand, C Gyngell, MD Pertile, S Lewis, ...
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 59 (5), 649-655, 2019
Twenty-first century eugenics
C Gyngell, M Selgelid
The Oxford handbook of reproductive ethics, 141, 2016
Clarity and Moral Significance
C Gyngell, MJ Selgelid
The ethics of human enhancement: Understanding the debate, 111, 2016
Selecting against disability: the liberal eugenic challenge and the argument from cognitive diversity
C Gyngell, T Douglas
Journal of Applied Philosophy 35 (2), 319-340, 2018
Cognitive diversity and moral enhancement
C Gyngell, S Easteal
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 24 (1), 66-74, 2015
Drawing the line on in vitro gametogenesis
L Notini, C Gyngell, J Savulescu
Bioethics 34 (1), 123-134, 2020
The moral case for sign language education
H Bowman-Smart, C Gyngell, A Morgan, J Savulescu
Monash Bioethics Review 37 (3), 94-110, 2019
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