Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Yuko, E., Fisher, C.B. (2015). Research Ethics: Research. In: James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 20. Oxford: Elsevier. 514–522.

Yuko, E., McAuley, A., & Gordijn, B. (2011). Ireland and the United Kingdom’s Approaches to Regulation of Research Involving Human Tissue. In Biobanks and Tissue Research (pp. 165-183). Springer Netherlands.

Yuko, E. and Gordijn, B. (2011). The Transfer, Storage and Procurement of Human Cells and Tissues. In The Ethical and Legal Regulation of Human Tissue and Biobank Research in Europe:  Proceedings of the Tiss. EU ProjectUniversitätsverlag Göttingen.

Fisher, C.B. & Yuko, E. (in press). "Mental Health: Therapies" in Henk ten Have (ed):Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics, Springer. 

Gefenas, E., Dranseika, V., Serepkaite, J., Cekanauskaite, A., Caenazzo, L., Gordijn, B., ... & Yuko, E. (2012). Turning residual human biological materials into research collections: playing with consentJournal of Medical Ethics, 38 (6), 351-355.

Blog Posts

A Misleading Viral Video Picks a Bad Target: Women Who Donate Fetal Tissue. Bitch Magazine Blog. July 17, 2015.

Misdirected Anger at Planned Parenthood Video: Don't Stigmatize Women Who Donate Fetal TissueInternational Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics Blog. July 15, 2015.

Should a UK woman be able to fertilize, implant and gestate her deceased daughter’s frozen eggs?, Ethics & Society, June 16, 2015.

What Mad Men’s Betty Draper-Francis Can Teach Us About Paternalism in MedicineEthics & Society, May 13, 2015.

Early Ectogenesis: Artificial Wombs in 1920s Literature. Fiction Reboot | Daily Dose: At the Intersection of Medicine & Literature. March 23, 2015.

Buy Buy Baby? The Ethics of Crowdfunding BabiesEthics & Society, January 20, 2015.

Options or Oppression? What Do New Egg Freezing Job Benefits Mean for Women? Ethics & Society, October 16, 2014.

Discovering Research Ethics Scales & MeasuresPRIM&R's Ampersand. August 26, 2014.

Humanitarian Intervention: What are the Challenges Facing Aid Workers, and How Should They be Addressed? Ethics & Society, March 26, 2014.

Womb Transplantation: If it Can Be Done, Should It? Ethics & Society, January 15, 2014.

Opposites attract: how will the newly-elected coalition government handle bioethical issues in Ireland? Globalising European Bioethics Education, 2011.

Unwilling participants: the trafficking of human organsGlobalising European Bioethics Education, 2011.

No such thing as a bad egg?: the potential of the artificial ovaryGlobalising European Bioethics Education, 2010.

Not just for booking plane tickets: using the internet to procure spermGlobalising European Bioethics Education, 2010.

Have womb, will travel: the ethical implications of fertility tourismGlobalising European Bioethics Education, 2010.

Baby insurance? Freezing embryos now to become parents laterGlobalising European Bioethics Education, 2010.

Plastic surgery: another area lacking regulation in IrelandGlobalising European Bioethics Education, 2010.

Bioethics regulations in Ireland: where are they?Globalising European Bioethics Education, 2009.


Koratzanis, J.G. Repentant. KJ Publishing, 2015.
Repentant is a suspenseful tale of love and horror that explores a darker, more tangible hell, taking place within a twisted reality of New York City. | Elizabeth edited the debut novel from J.G. Koratzanis, the first in The Road to Hell Trilogy. Repentant is available for purchase in paperback or e-book.

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