Michael Wee is the Education Officer at the Anscombe Bioethics Centre. He read English Literature and Philosophy at Durham University, and recently completed a Master's in 20th Century English Literature at the University of Oxford. His research interests include virtue ethics, the ethics of assisted reproduction, and the relationship between literature, morality, and empathy.
'The Demise of Language and the Rise of Cloning', Public Discourse, 22 Mar 2017.
'When a baby's diagnosis is grim, there is a path of hope', Aleteia, 17 Mar 2017.
'Catholic pharmacists are threatened by new proposals. Here's how we can help', Catholic Herald online, 3 Mar 2017.
'The new Down’s Syndrome screening test and the culture of life', Oxford Students for Life Blog, 21 Nov 2016.
'Britain will never be an equal society as long as we allow disability-selective abortion', Catholic Herald online, 21 Oct 2016.