Alberto Giubilini is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow on the Oxford Martin Programme on Collective Responsibility for Infectious Disease. He has a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Milan (2010), and prior to joining the Uehiro Centre he worked in Australia at Monash University, University of Melbourne and Charles Sturt University. He has published on different topics in bioethics and philosophy, including the ethics of procreative choices, end of life decisions, organ donations, conscientious objection in healthcare, the concept of conscience, human enhancement, and the role of intuitions and of moral disgust in ethical arguments. He has published a book in Italian on the ethics of end of life decisions (Morals in the Time of Bioethics, Le Lettere 2011) and co-edited a book on The Ethics of Human Enhancement (Oxford University Press 2016) together with Julian Savulescu, Steve Clarke, Tony Coady and Sagar Sanyal. More information and a full CV can be found at his Academia webpage, here.
Giubilini, A, Minerva, F
What in the world is collective responsibility?
From assistive to enhancing technology: should the treatment-enhancement distinction apply to future assistive and augmenting technologies?
Minerva, F, Giubilini, A
The moral obligation to be vaccinated: utilitarianism, contractualism, and collective easy rescue.
Giubilini, A, Douglas, T, Savulescu, J
Influenza vaccination strategies should target children
Savulescu, J, Douglas, T, Maslen, H, Bambery, B, Selgelid, M, Giubilini, A, Pollard, A