Katrien Devolder is Senior Research Fellow and Director of Public Engagement and Researcher Development at the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, and an Official Fellow at Reuben College, where she co-leads the Ethics and Values Theme. She is Subject Editor (Practical Ethics) of the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy and Associate Editor of the Journal of Practical Ethics. She previously held a Marie Curie Fellowship at Oxford to complete a project on moral complicity of medical professionals in others’ wrongdoing, and a Wellcome Trust Fellowship to work on her project ‘The Ethics of Genome Editing in Livestock’. Prior to coming to Oxford, Katrien was a doctoral, and then Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Moral Sciences at Ghent University. Katrien has published two monographs – one investigating compromise positions in the embryonic stem cell debate (OUP, 2015) and one investigating the ethics of human cloning (Leuven University Press, 2001). She has also published on ethical issues pertaining to the treatment of sex offenders, genetic selection, gamete donation, life extension, compromising in bioethical debate, euthanasia at prisoners’ requests, and gene editing. Her most recent work focuses on the concept and ethics of laziness. Katrien also produces (conducts, films and edits) interviews with academics to make complex ethical debates accessible to a wide audience. The interviews can be viewed on The Practical Ethics Channel or listened to here . Her most recent series Thinking Out Loud focuses on ethical questions raised by the coronavirus pandemic.