Julian has a background in law and medicine. He studied law with a specialisation in human rights law, comparative law, and economic law at the Institut d’études politiques (IEP) de Paris and at the Universities of Oxford and Munich. He holds a master’s degree from the IEP de Paris (2016) and a doctoral degree in law from the University of Passau (2020). In parallel, he is a M.D. candidate at the University of Regensburg and at the German Cancer Research Center (expected to be completed in early 2023).
Julian joined the IBME as a Postgraduate Bioethics Fellow in autumn 2020 and became a Ph.D. candidate in spring 2021. His research at the IBME focuses on the law and ethics of medically assisted reproduction and of surrogacy with a particular focus on human rights in general and children’s rights in particular.
- Law of Reproductive Medicine: Comparative Law, Human Rights Law, Children’s Rights
- Ethics of Reproductive Medicine
- Law and Ethics of Surrogacy
- Law and Ethics of Fertility Tourism