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2006Australian undergraduate biotechnology student attitudes towards the teaching of ethicsKerridge, Ian; Lysaght, Tamra; Rosenberger, Philip; Central Clinical School: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; History & Philosophy of SciAustralian undergraduate biotechnology student attitudes towards the teaching of ethics, International Journal of Science Education, vol.28,(10),2006,pp 1225-1239
2007Comparing public discourses in Stem Cell Policy DebatesLysaght, Tamra; History & Philosophy of SciComparing public discourses in Stem Cell Policy Debates, Journal of Law and Medicine, vol.14,(4),2007,pp 575-582
2017The deadly business of an unregulated global stem cell industryHendl, Tereza; Kerridge, Ian; Lipworth, Wendy; Stewart, Cameron; Lee, Tsung-Ling; Lysaght, Tamra; Munsie, Megan; Waldby, Catherine; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; LawThe deadly business of an unregulated global stem cell industry, Journal of Medical Ethics, vol.43, 11, 2017,pp 744-746
2017Ethical and Regulatory Challenges with Autologous Adult Stem Cells: A Comparative Review of International RegulationsKerridge, Ian; Capps, Benjamin J.; Lysaght, Tamra; Porter, Gerard; Sipp, Douglas; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in MedEthical and Regulatory Challenges with Autologous Adult Stem Cells: A Comparative Review of International Regulations, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, vol.14, 2, 2017,pp 261-273
2011Marginalizing Experience: A Critical Analysis of Public Discourse Surrounding Stem Cell Research in Australia (2005–6)Kerridge, Ian; Little, John Miles; Lysaght, Tamra; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in MedMarginalizing Experience: A Critical Analysis of Public Discourse Surrounding Stem Cell Research in Australia (2005–6), Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, vol.8, 2, 2011,pp 191-202
2015The Medical Innovation Bill: Still more harm than goodLipworth, Wendy; Lysaght, Tamra; Porter, Gerard; Richards, Bernadette; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in MedThe Medical Innovation Bill: Still more harm than good, Clinical Ethics, vol.10, 1-2, 2015,pp 1-4
2017Open for business: a comparative study of websites selling autologous stem cells in Australia and JapanHendl, Tereza; Kerridge, Ian; Stewart, Cameron; Lysaght, Tamra; Munsie, Megan; Tan, Hui-Yin Lynn; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; LawOpen for business: a comparative study of websites selling autologous stem cells in Australia and Japan, Regenerative Medicine, vol.12, 7, 2017,pp 777-790
2013Oversight for clinical uses of autologous adult stem cells: lessons from international regulationsKerridge, Ian; Capps, Benjamin; Lysaght, Tamra; Porter, Gerard; Sipp, Douglas; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in MedOversight for clinical uses of autologous adult stem cells: lessons from international regulations, Cell Stem Cell, vol.13, 6, 2013,pp 647-651
2012Rhetoric, power and legitimacy: A critical analysis of the public policy disputes surrounding stem cell research in Australia (2005-6)Kerridge, Ian; Lysaght, Tamra; School of Public Health: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in MedRhetoric, power and legitimacy: A critical analysis of the public policy disputes surrounding stem cell research in Australia (2005-6), Public Understanding of Science, vol.21, 2, 2012,pp 195-210
2006The scope of public discourse surrounding Proposition 71: Looking beyond the moral status of the embryoAnkeny, Rachel; Kerridge, Ian; Lysaght, Tamra; Central Clinical School: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; Central Clinical School: Ctr for Values Ethics & Law in Med; History & Philosophy of SciThe scope of public discourse surrounding Proposition 71: Looking beyond the moral status of the embryo, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, vol.3,(1-2),2006,pp 109-119