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The title of full Professor has been conferred upon Dominic Wilkinson

Dr Dominic Wilkinson has been made a full Professor of Medical Ethics in the Faculty of Philosophy.
Professor Wilkinson works part-time as a consultant neonatologist in the newborn care unit, and part-time as the Director of Medical Ethics at the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics.
His research there, funded by the Wellcome Trust, focusses on resource allocation and decision-making for critically ill newborn infants.
Find out more about Professor Wilkinson here

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