Dr. Lukas Meier BPhil.
Lukas J. Meier is a research fellow at the Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and a junior research fellow at the University of Cambridge, with research interests in bioethics and the philosophy of mind.
Lukas Meier studied political science at the University of Göttingen and philosophy at the University of Oxford. His dissertation at the University of St. Andrews, funded by the German National Academic Foundation, connected the medical debate on an adequate definition of death with the philosophical discussion on personal identity. After his PhD, Lukas Meier worked as an ethicist in the METHAD project at the Technical University of Munich, which developed an algorithm to support clinical staff in making morally relevant decisions in the medical field.
His current areas of interest include sleep, coma, and human consciousness. Lukas Meier also conducts research on triage and the use of artificial intelligence in the COVID-19 pandemic. At Cambridge, he lectures in ethics, metaphysics, and philosophy of mind.
- Clinical Ethics
- Artificial intelligence
- Triage and prioritization
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