Jessica Stockdale is a CHASE Doctoral Researcher in the Philosophy of Medicine, based across both the University of Sussex and BSMS.
Jessica completed her BA in Philosophy at the University of Sussex, and her MA in Philosophy at King’s College, London where she was the recipient of the Richard Sorabji award in 2016. Her thesis, supervised by Prof Sherrilyn Roush, focused on the moral dimensions of medical research using digital information, and the general public duty to contribute towards the improvement of medical practices.
During this time Jessica took up the position of Research Assistant at BSMS, working with Prof Jackie Cassell and Dr Elizabeth Ford, investigating patient and public attitudes to research using electronic GP patient records as data for epidemiological studies.
2018 Senate, University of Sussex
2018 Council, University of Sussex
2018 Doctoral School Committee, University of Sussex