Dr Evie Kendal
Dr Evie Kendal is an emerging technology bioethicist and public health scientist whose work focuses on reproductive biotechnologies, health communication and media, and space ethics. She is a Lecturer of Health Promotion at Swinburne University of Technology's Department of Health Sciences and Biostatistics. Evie’s research interests include artificial womb technology, ethical issues in aerospace medicine, planetary defence, and public health education. Evie heads the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Emerging Technologies (ELSIET) research group, housed at the Iverson Health Innovation research institute.
Google scholar: https://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=9x0hed0AAAAJ&hl=en
Health Promotion; Public and Environmental Health; Bioethics
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.
Health Promotion;Public and Environmental Health
Also published as: Kendal, Evie; Kendal, E.; Kendal, Yvette; Kendal, Y.
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- 2022-11-21: Is humankind's future on the Moon? - Al Jazeera
- 2022-11-15: On the question of surrogacy - The Conversation Hour, ABC radio
- 2022-10-13: On the Record: Ethical issues with cloning - Perth community radio station RTRFM 92.1.
- 2022-08-01: Martian profile: Dr Evie Kendal in "How to Survive on Mars" - CSIRO Publishing
- 2022-05-24: Changing wombs: Could uterine transplants become a reality in Australia? - SBS
- 2022-05-04: Ethics of colonising space - Advance Queensland Space 2.0
- 2022-01-11: People don't like being lied to: How do you tell your child they are the product of IVF? - Sydney Morning Herald
- 2021-09-08: Can Health Education Learn from the Humanities and Social Sciences - Social science week
- 2021-06-02: Space ethics - Moonshot Space Co
- 2021-05-04: Australia in Space - Questacon; Australian Space Discovery Centre
- 2021-04-29: More human than human - Melbourne Knowledge Week
- 2020-11-27: Space archaelogy and sociology - Conversations on the Runway: Air Force
- 2020-09-14: Viral Science Fiction: A Virtual Roundtable - Reading and Screening the Fantastic
- 2020-08-20: How to be a star citizen in space - Just a thought series: Hawke Centre
- 2019-12-22: The ultimate designer accessory - an artificial womb? - ABC Radio National
- 2019-11-14: Artificial wombs no longer in the realm of the imagination - 2Ser radio
- 2019-11-11: We may one day grow babies outside the womb, but there are many things to consider first - The Conversation
- 2019-10-03: Science fiction predicts the future of work - ABC Big Ideas
- 2019-08-19: Lunar laws of Moon life - ABC Evenings with David Astle
- 2019-06-03: Five ethical questions for how we choose to use the Moon - The Conversation