Calum Miller is an independent researcher whose research interests are in Ethics, Philosophy of Religion and Formal Epistemology. He has papers published on the beginning of human life, the ethics of overseas medical electives, arguments for God's existence, academic freedom, probabilistic approaches to natural theology and the place of religion in psychiatric practice. He qualified as a medical doctor from Oxford (2015) before working as a doctor for 2 years and completing an MA in Biblical Studies at Manchester (2015-2017). At the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics his work will focus on the metaphysics of human persons and its relevance for debates in beginning of life ethics, particularly with respect to induced abortion. He will also continue work on evidentialist justifications of religious belief.