Sebastian Porsdam Mann

Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Harvard Medical School

Sebastian Porsdam Mann is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School’s Center for Bioethics. Following a year of service in German Military Police, he enrolled in the philosophy program at the University of Cambridge, graduating with a degree in philosophy, psychology and neuroscience, and later a PhD in neuroethics. His current work explores the moral dimensions of modifying and creating lifeforms, human rights, informed consent, medical data sharing, and the role and responsibilities of modern universities, as well as the intersection between ethics and blockchain technologies.

Two sides of a coin: ethics, human rights and blockchain technologies

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