Dr. Aisha Y Malik.
trust biomedical ethics D.Phil studentship grant at University of Oxford.
Research title: ‘Ethics of research from the perspective of developing countries-Pakistan as a case study’.
Teaching experience: seventeen years teaching haematology/pathology to undergraduate medical students.
Professional experience: thirteen years as a haematologist/pathology.
H Rafiq, M Aziz, R Khurshid, Malik AY, R Zia,and A Hayee, 2003 ‘Infiltration of Bone marrow in Solid Tumours’ in Biomedica July-Dec.pp.29-32.
Malik AY, Malik TH, Hayee A 2001 ‘Coagulation disorders in patients with carcinoma of the hepatobiliary and pancreatic system’, in Journal of Surgeons of Pakistan (International) Vol. 6, No.1: pp.19-23.
Malik A, Gulerana, Malik AY. 2000’ Weight reduction and its effect on lipid profile’, in Medical Forum, Vol. 11, No. 7, pp.1-3.
Malik AY, Amjad F, Haq S, Haye A, 1999 ‘Acquired coagulopathies in acute and chronic liver disease among females’,in Mother and Child, Vol. 37, No. 4,pp.119-126.
Amjad F, Haq S, Malik AY, 1999 ‘Serum ferritin levels in pregnant women’, in Mother and Child, Vol. 37, No. 3.
Haq S, Amjad F, Malik AY, 1999, ‘A Quantitative analysis of circulating tumour markers in epithelial Tumours’, in Mother and Child, Vol. 37, No. 3.:
Accepted for publication:
1. Physician-Researchers’ experiences of the consent processin the socio-cultural milieu of a developing country’ (AJOB, primary research).
2. International collaborative trials and the declaration of Helsinki: article 32 ought to be
made unequivocal .Indian Journal Of Medical Ethics (IJME).
1. ‘Surrogate decision making: rethinking autonomy in a globalized world’.
Papers in progress.
Consent documentation: empirical exploration of the local practise.
Principle of autonomy in research: how does it figure?
‘Ethical dilemmas in the globalisation of clinical trials from the perspective of developing country researchers: Pakistan as a Case Study’. Paper presention at the Human Welfare Conference II at Green Templeton College, Oxford, UK. 9, 10th May 2009.
‘Principle of Autonomy in Research – how does it figure?’. Poster presentation at Islam and Bioethics Conference at Ankara University, Turkey. 13-16th April 2010.
‘Research ethics in the socio-cultural milieu of a developing country’. Paper presentation at the Fifth Postgraduate Bioethics Conference Social Scientific Approaches to Bioethics: Methods and Methodologies, London 5-7th January 2011.
Roundtable Discussant for ‘Where Religion, Policy, and Bioethics Meet: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Islamic Bioethics and End-of-Life care.’
At University Of Michigan Ann Arbor 10-11th April 2011.
Bioethics beyond borders (resource expert).
Global health ethics group.
Lahore bioethics group.