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Dr Regina Müller, M.A.

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Bremen, and Caroline Miles Scholar, Ethox Centre

February - March 2023

Dr Regina Müller is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Philosophy at the University Bremen, Germany. Her current research focuses on ethical aspects of digitalization in medicine and healthcare, especially health apps. She is co-founder of the “Young Medical Ethics Network” (JMED), which offers young scientists in the interdisciplinary field of medical ethics a platform for networking, continuing education and professional orientation.
Regina Müller is also particularly interested in feminist philosophy and ethics. Her interest in feminist ethics motivated her to found a working group on “Feminist Perspectives in medical ethics and bioethics” (FME).
Regina Müller has studied Philosophy and History of Arts (B.A.) and Applied Ethics (M.A.). She received her PhD in Medical Ethics in 2022. The focus of her PhD project was on ethical aspects in the context of hereditary chronic diseases.

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