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Our Team \ Ceylan Simsek (Regular Writer)


Ceylan Simsek is a law school graduate whose main area of interest is medical law. Alongside her studies, she has obtained certifications from Stanford University School of Medicine on overprescription of antibiotics and unconscious bias in medicine.
By day, she works at Medical Protection Society, one of the largest bodies around the world defending doctors and dentists. By night, she is an accelerated medicine applicant at University of Cambridge School of Medicine.
Outside of law & medicine, Ceylan is an aspiring children's book author. She also enjoys learning new languages and, in order to combat her fear of heights, rock climbing.

Articles by Ceylan

Pharmaceutical Transparency under the EU's Clinical Trial Regulation 16th April 2019

Playing God: The Ethics of Designer Babies 16th November 2018

The Treatment of Negligent Doctors: Reflections on the Dr Bawa-Garba Case 24th July 2018

A Dose of Privacy? The Impact of GDPR on the NHS 29th May 2018

In a Similar Vein? A Comparative Analysis of Organ Donation Systems 13th April 2018

Inked: Should Doctors Honour a Patient's DNR Tattoo? 5th January 2018

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