Alex Chrysanthou has a wide range of legal experience. He is the Deputy Chairman of the Postgraduate Bioethics Committee, and a member of the Research Committee of the Institute of Medical Ethics. He has a broad experience of healthcare related matters. He has provided legal research on a project concerning vulnerability in healthcare.
He has also worked on the Hidden Law Makers Project (2013-2014), in which he presented funded research on new graphical methodologies to consider hidden law making influences in medical law cases. His doctoral thesis explores different legal interpretations of frozen embryo disputes in IVF (including contract, property and rights approaches).
He is a teaching fellow at the University of Southampton where he currently teaches Criminal Law. He has also tutors ethics to undergraduate Medicine students. He co-organised and convened the Postgraduate Bioethics Conference in 2014, and was a coordinator of the Small Business Clinic in 2015.
He has presented on healthcare/ethics issues in law at Near East University (2016), the University of Manchester Law Postgraduate Conference (2014), Postgraduate Bioethics Conference (2014), and delivered a poster presentation at the International Conference of the Cyprus Society of Human Genetics Conference (2014).
Alex has extensive experience of working on legal agreements and compliance issues from his time at Skandia. He also assessed and researched the suitability of linking to new funds and their underlying assets according to Skandia`s Investment policy and insurance regulations.
- University of Southampton School of Law, PhD Candidate
- University of Southampton School of Law, LL.B
- English (Native)
- Greek (Native)
- Spanish (Fluent)