Professor Wyatt, a member of the newly formed UCL Centre for Philosophy, Justice and Health, has a long-standing interest in the philosophical and religious background to contemporary ethical debates about medical technology and the beginning of life. His work is now concentrated on ethical issues raised by advances in reproductive and medical technology at the beginning of life, research ethics and governance and the philosophical basis of medical practice. Additionally, has wide experience of counselling and supporting parents following a diagnosis of major abnormality both before and after birth.He is Professor of Ethics & Perinatology at University College London and Honorary Consultant Neonatologist at University College London Hospitals. He has a clinical background as an academic neonatologist working on the mechanisms, consequences and prevention of brain injury in critically ill newborn infants. He is lead for the Clinical Ethics network at UCLH, a member of the ethics committees of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, and a board member of Biocentre. He is Chair of the Medical Study Group of the Christian Medical Fellowship, and a board member of Centre for Bioethics & Public Policy.