Wendy Bonython is an Associate Professor of Law at Bond University. Her research interests include torts, health law, and regulation and ethics of technology. She has published widely on issues including research ethics and regulation; legal capacity and culpability; genetic privacy; property in body parts and derivative data; regulation of medical devices and pharmaceuticals; and medical negligence. Her teaching interests include developing student and professional well-being and resilience skills; understanding interdisciplinarity; and developing student communication skills, including through the use of existing and emerging technologies.
I am interested in the relationship between law and medicine, including the ethics of medical research and access to technologies, regulation of medicine and technology, and private law remedies available to harmed individuals under ‘publicly’ regulated schemes