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The Oxford-Johns Hopkins Global Infectious Disease Ethics Collaborative (GLIDE) aims to provide a flexible collaborative platform for identifying and analysing ethical issues arising in infectious disease treatment, research, response, and preparedness, through the lens of global health ethics.

Bringing together scholars, trainees and partners from around the world, GLIDE undertakes both responsive research on pressing issues and forward-looking projects with longer timeframes.

The Oxford-Johns Hopkins Global Infectious Disease Ethics Collaborative is funded by a Wellcome Humanities and Social Science Award.

Learn more at the GLIDE website.

Research Team

Michael Parker

Centre Director

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Alberto Giubilini

Research Fellow


Stephanie Johnson

Research Fellow

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Maureen Kelley

Professor of Bioethics


Patricia Kingori

Associate Professor in Global Health Ethics

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Roderick Bailey

Research Fellow

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Mark Harrison

Centre Co-Director

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Julian Savulescu

Centre Co-Director

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Ilina Singh

Centre Co-Director

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