Farsides B. Respecting wishes and avoiding conflict: understanding the ethical basis for organ donation and retrieval. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2011;108(suppl 1):i73-i79.
Ehrich K, Farsides B, Williams C, Scott R. Constructing an ethical framework for embryo donation to research: Is it time for a restricted consent policy?. Hum Fertil (Camb). 2011;14(2):115-121.
Ehrich K, Williams C, Farsides B. Fresh or frozen? Classifying ‘spare’ embryos for donation to human embryonic stem cell research. Social Science & Medicine. 2010;71(12):2204-2211.
Tekola F, Bull S, Farsides B, Newport M, Adeyemo A, Rotimi C et al. Tailoring Consent to Context: Designing an Appropriate Consent Process for a Biomedical Study in a Low Income Setting. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2009;3(7):e482.
Ehrich K, Williams C, Farsides B. The embryo as moral work object: PGD/IVF staff views and experiences. Sociology of Health & Illness. 2008;30(5):772-787.
Cribb A, Wainwright S, Williams C, Farsides B, Michael M. Towards the applied: the construction of ethical positions in stem cell translational research. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. 2007;11(3):351-361.
Scott R, Williams C, Ehrich K, Farsides B. The appropriate extent of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis: health professionals' and scientists' views on the requirement for a 'significant risk of a serious genetic condition'. Medical Law Review. 2007;15(3):320-356.
Wainwright S, Williams C, Michael M, Farsides B, Cribb A. Remaking the body? Scientists' genetic discourses and practices as examples of changing expectations on embryonic stem cell therapy for diabetes. New Genetics and Society. 2007;26(3):251-268.