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Enhancing Reproductive Opportunity in Australia: Reconsidering Consent, Altruism and the Legal Status of Embryos in ART Processes [ 2009 - 2011 ]

Research Grant

[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0986213]

Researchers Prof J Millbank; A/Prof A Stuhmcke; Dr IA Karpin

Brief description This project meets the national research priority of a healthy start to life by enhancing reproductive opportunity while safeguarding the rights and interests of all involved in reproduction with donor gametes. This research will create significant national benefits in the form of an up to date, practical and coherent platform for the reform of all aspects of embryo and gamete donation and embryo disputes. We propose a pro-active consultative model that centres the needs and experiences of gamete and embryo donors and recipients. Our research will inform current and future modes of regulation of gamete and embryo donation and dispute resolution, including legislation, ethics guidelines and codes of practice.

Funding Amount $304,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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