Anne-Maree Farrell is Professor of Health Law and Society, ARC Future Fellow and Director of the Centre for Health Law and Society at La Trobe University, Australia. Farrell’s research expertise lies generally in socio-legal studies in health, with specific interests in law and regulation of the human body and tissue, health law and technology, the management of public health risks, and the regulation of medical injury. She has been awarded competitive external income totalling over $2.5 million by Australian and UK funding bodies for her research. Books include Health Law: Frameworks and Context (CUP 2017) edited with Devereux, Karpin & Weller; Pioneering Healthcare Law: Essays in Honour of Margaret Brazier (Routledge 2016) edited with Stanton, Devaney & Mullock; European Law and New Health Technologies (Oxford University Press 2013), edited with Flear, Hervey & Murphy; The Politics of Blood: Ethics Innovation and the Regulation of Risk (CUP 2012).
Farrell's research interests include: Socio-legal studies in health; Health, and medical law and ethics