People: Madeleine Campbell
Madeleine Campbell has been studying the ethical dilemmas which arise in her clinical speciality, animal reproduction. Her work incorporates consideration of the comparative legal regulation of assisted reproductive techniques (ARTs) in veterinary and human medicine; ethical analysis of whether pre-natal forms of animal should be protected by law; assessment of the societal acceptability of ARTs, and investigation of the negative and positive welfare implications of the use of ARTs in modern day animal breeding.
Madeleine has been an invited speaker on the topic of the ethics of assisted reproductive techniques and animal breeding at the BVA’s Animal Welfare Symposium; The British Equine Veterinary Association’s Annual Congress; a day meeting of the Animal Welfare Science Ethics and Law Veterinary Association, the Equine Symposium of the European Embryo Transfer Society Conference, and the Congress of the European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine. You can watch Madeleine being interviewed for a Sky Sports programme about equine cloning on Cloned: Creating Designer Horses (NB Sky iD required to view this content)
Campbell, M.L.H, Mellor, D.J and Sandoe, P.E (2014) How should the welfare of fetal and neurologically immature post-natal animals be protected? Animal Welfare Volume 23 Pages 369-379 DOI 10.7120/096272188.8.131.529.
Campbell, M.L.H (2014) Embryo transfer in competition horses: managing mares and expectations. Equine Veterinary Education Volume 26, Issue 6, Pages 322-327 doi: 10.1111/eve.12182
Campbell M.L.H (2014) Does the current regulation of assisted reproductive techniques in the UK safeguard animal welfare? Animal Welfare 23: 109-118 doi: 10.7120/096272184.108.40.206