| Brian D. Earp
Brian is a Research Associate in Science and Ethics at the University of Oxford and a Visiting Scholar at the Hastings Center Bioethics Research Institute. His work is cross-disciplinary, following training in cognitive science, psychology, philosophy, history and sociology of science and medicine, and ethics. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Philosophy Review as well as Guest Editor of the Journal of Medical Ethics (currently Associate Editor), and has seen his work as both a scientist and philosopher covered in Nature, New Scientist, Popular Scientist, New Humanist, New York Magazine, and The Atlantic (among other outlets), as well as featured in print or in broadcast segments by the BBC, CNN, ABC, and several leading international newspapers. His work has also been cited by the President’s Commission on Bioethics in Gray Matters: Topics at the Intersection of Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) and male circumcision: Should there be a separate ethical discourse?
The AAP report on circumcision: Bad science + bad ethics = bad medicine
Does circumcision reduce penis sensitivity? The answer is not clear cut
Boys and girls alike: The ethics of male and female "circumcision"
In defence of genital autonomy for children
Between moral relativism and moral hypocrisy: Reframing the debate on "FGM"
Female genital mutilation and male circumcision: Toward an autonomy-based ethical framework
Circumcision of Male infants and children as a public health measure in developed countries: A critical assessment of recent evidence with Morten Frisch
The ethics of infant male circumcision
The need to control for socially desirable responding in studies on the sexual effects of male circumcision
Infant circumcision and adult penile sensitivity: Implications for sexual experience
Male circumcision: Who should decide?
Sex and circumcision
Does science support infant circumcision?
Do the benefits of male circumcision outweigh the risks? A critique of the proposed CDC guidelines
Strengths and weaknesses in the 2015 Canadian Paediatric Society statement regarding newborn male circumcision
The unbearable asymmetry of bullshit
Should surgery for hypospadias be performed before an age of consent? with Adrienne Carmack