Rose Mortimer

Rose Mortimer was a BeGOOD project DPhil student at Oxford, supervised by Prof. Ilina Singh (Department of Psychiatry) and Prof. Michael Parker (Ethox Centre).

Rose was awarded her MA in Bioethics and Society from King’s College London in 2015, and gained her BA in Philosophy and English Literature from Durham University in 2014. After securing her DPhil at NEUROSEC, Rose went on to working at the Anna Freud Centre in London. She continues to support BeGOOD’s ‘Digital Diaries‘ project.

Rose’s research interests include moral philosophy and bioethics; in particular she is interested in the ethical dimensions of neuroscience and psychiatry, especially as these concern children and families. Rose is passionate about issues of social justice, and is excited to be part of the BeGOOD research team where empirical ethics research has the potential to create real world impact for some of the most vulnerable members of society.