Wendy Rogers
Professor of Clinical Ethics

Wendy Rogers is Professor of Clinical Ethics at Macquarie University. She is co-chair of the Safety, Quality and Ethics program of the Australian Alliance on AI in Healthcare, and a founding member of the International Network on the Future of AI and Medical Ethics (INFAIME). She has worked in bioethics for over 25 years, leading research on topics including the ethics of surgical innovation, voluntary and forced organ donation, the role of vulnerability in clinical and research ethics, and overdiagnosis. Prof Rogers is currently leading the revision of the Australian human research ethics guidelines, and received the 2019 NHMRC ethics award for her services to ethics guidance and policy in Australia