Teresa Baron is a bioethicist whose current research is in the philosophy of parenthood, and sexual and reproductive ethics. She completed her PhD at the University of Southampton, following a BA and MSt at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford respectively. Her recent publications include 'Moving forwards: A problem for full ectogenesis' in Bioethics, and 'Gestationalism and the Rights of Adolescent Mothers', in Moral Philosophy and Politics.
“Moving forwards: A problem for full ectogenesis.” Bioethics 2021 (now available in Early View).
"Gestationalism and the Rights of Adolescent Mothers," Moral Philosophy and Politics 7, 2 (2020): 239-254.
“A lost cause? Fundamental problems for causal accounts of parenthood,” Bioethics 34, 7 (2020): 664-670.
“Nobody Puts Baby in the Container: The Foetal Container Model at Work in Medicine and Commercial Surrogacy,” Journal of Applied Philosophy 36, 3 (2019): 491-505.