Tamara Kayali Browne (née Kayali) completed her PhD at Cambridge University focusing on issues of control, responsibility and the self in depression. She then convened and lectured Bioethics at Sydney University before undertaking a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Novel Tech Ethics, Dalhousie University, Canada. In 2013 she was appointed to a lectureship at the ANU.
- Neuroethics: focusing on ethical, philosophical and sociological issues related to mental illness, psychopharmaceuticals and cognitive enhancement.
- Reproductive Technology: focusing on ethical issues in preimplantation genetic diagnosis and genetic enhancement.
2017 Brocher Foundation Residency Grant: Rethinking Parental Autonomy in Sex Selection
2015 ANU Early Career Researcher Travel Grant
2013 Canadian Institutes of Health Research Grant for a Café Scientifique on IVF funding
2005 - 2007 Queens’ College, Cambridge Bursary
2005 - 2007 Arnold Gerstenberg Studentship
Depression and the Self: Meaning, Control and Authenticity (forthcoming with Cambridge University Press in Autumn 2017).
Browne, T.K. (forthcoming). An Ethics Review Panel for the DSM: A Worthwhile Challenge. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology (a response to the commentaries).
Browne, T.K. (forthcoming). A Role for Philosophers, Sociologists and Bioethicists in Revising the DSM. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology (as Philosophical Case Conference with 8 peer commentaries).
Browne, T.K. 2016. Why Parents Should Not Be Told the Sex of Their Fetus. Journal of Medical Ethics (Online first. Feature article with peer commentary.)
Browne, T.K. 2016. Why Parents Should Not Be Told the Sex of Their Fetus: a response to the commentaries. Journal of Medical Ethics (Online first)
Browne, T.K. 2015. Is Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Really a Disorder?. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 12 (2): 313-330.
Kayali, T. & Iqbal, F. 2013. Depression as Unhomelike Being-in-the-World? Phenomenology’s Challenge to our Understanding of Mental Illness. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 16: 1, 31-39.
Kayali, T. & Iqbal, F. 2012. Making Sense of Melancholy: Sub-Categorisation and the Perceived Risk of Future Depression. Health, Risk & Society, 14: 2, 171-189.
Browne, T.K. The Problem With Sex Selection, O&G Magazine, forthcoming
Browne, T.K. Parent Planning: We Shouldn't Be Allowed to Choose Our Children's Sex, The Ethics Centre, 16 Sep 2015.
Browne, T.K. The Disordered Logic of Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder, Impact Ethics, 8 Sep 2015.
Kayali, T. Prenatal Genetic Alteration: Vices and Virtues, Bioethics Dissertation Reviews, 8 Jan 2014.
Kayali, T. Forgotten Ethics in Canadian Dementia Care Guidelines, Impact Ethics, 17 April 2013.
Kayali, T. Female Sexual Dysfunction and Disease Mongering, in Psychology Today and The Huffington Post, 4 March 2013.