Tina Rulli is an Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at UC Davis. She works in normative ethics, applied ethics, and bioethics. Her research focuses on the duty to rescue, the ethics of adoption and procreation, the ethics of procreative technologies, and population ethics. Most recently she’s critiqued the social value of mitochondrial replacement therapy and reproductive applications of CRISPR.
Tina Rulli, Ph.D.
The CRISPR Babies Story
Read expert commentary on the CRISPR baby story by Ethic Commons faculty:
Paul Knoepfler, Gene editing: sloppy definitions mislead
Paul Knoepfler, We need a temporary moratorium on using gene editing to create babies
- Paul Knoepfler, Trying to connect the dots on CRISPR baby story paints a dark, cloudy picture
- Paul Knoepfler, Why CRISPR baby production (if it happened) was unethical & dangerous
- Mark Yarborough, Who missed the chance to stop the CRISPR babies scientist? Look in the mirror
Tina Rulli, The Case Against Public Investment in Reproductive Genetic Modification
- Francoise Baylis & Lisa Ikemoto, The Council of Europe and the prohibition on human germline genome editing