Reproductive Technologies Main areas of interest I have a long-standing interest in the socio-ethical dimensions of reproductive technologies, with a particular focus on gamete donation. I have conducted research on embryo donation, gamete donor anonymity, ethical decision-making in the infertility clinic and research with the Donor Sibling Registry. I also interested in how this area is regulated and how safety, ethics and personal choice are balanced. I have recently started a year-long Wellcome funded project on Global Perspectives on Governing Assisted Reproductive Technologies with Profs Nicky Hudson and Marie Fox. Recent publications on reproductive technologies Frith, L. Blyth, E. Crawshaw, M. van den Akker, O. Secrets and disclosure in donor conception. Sociology, Health & Illness, online 16 November 2017 doi: 10.1111/1467-9566.12633. Frith, L. Blyth, E. Crawshaw, M. van den Akker, O. (2017) Searching for ‘relations’ using a DNA linking register by adults conceived following sperm donation, Biosocieties, online 8th August, doi: 10.1057/s41292-017-0063-2 Frith, L. Blyth, E. Lui, S. (2017) Family building using embryo adoption: relationships and contact arrangements between provider and recipient families – a mixed-methods study. Human Reproduction. 32, 5 pp. 1092–1099, doi:10.1093/humrep/dex048 Blyth, E. Crawshaw, C. van den Akker, O. Frith, L. (2017) Gamete donors’ motivations for, expectations and experiences of registration with a voluntary donor linking register. Human Fertility. 20:4, 268-278. DOI: 10.1080/14647273.2017.1292005 Full list of publications For a full list of all my publications see the publications page of this website which includes links to full-text PDFs of most of my journal articles. Alternatively see the list on Research Gate. This does not contain links to full-text PDFs.