Dr Sally Dalton-Brown
A graduate of St John’s, Cambridge, Sally lectured in global literature and politics at three universities in the UK and Ireland before heading for less damp climes in 2002. While lecturing at the University of Melbourne she began what was to become a decades-long interest in academic enrichment through mentoring and student academic advising. Her field of academic research also subsequently expanded to include science and society; she was invited to join a EU-funded project in 2010 (which resulted in a second PhD and a book on nanoethics). Her latest publications have been on the ethics of medical AI, assisted dying and health care in detention, and in 2019 she was part of the team producing a new Epigeum module for researcher training in ethics. In her spare time she is a published short story writer and semi- professional artist.