Open to PhD applications in:
- Agriculture law and international pesticide regulations
- New technologies and their impact on human health and the environment
- International trade law, in particular questions concerning international trade in biotechnology and normative antinomies between trade law, international human rights law, and international environmental law
- International environment law, in particular questions concerning the achievement of sustainable development and biosafety, including terrestrial, marine, and other aquatic ecosystems
- Health law and food safety
- Science, technology, and law, in particular questions concerning law’s capacity to regulate new technologies and keep pace with the scientific development
Public outreach & key achievements
- Italian Lawyer, National Bar Association, Italy
- Member, Society of International Economic Law
- Member, Sustainable Market Actors Network, University of Oslo, Norway
- Member, Daughters of Themis: International Network of Female Business Scholars, University of Oslo - Faculty of Law, Norway
- European Environment Agency Network (EEAcademy Network)
Get ahead: tips on how to prepare your application to study for a PhD at QUB Law
Read our guidance on the steps in our PhD applications process and how to present your research proposal.
Interested in a postdoctoral fellowship at QUB Law?
If you have already completed a PhD or are about to do so, and you are looking for a mentor for a postdoctoral fellowship in one of my areas of expertise, please get in touch via email. The School of Law has a strong track record in supporting able candidates who are working towards fellowship applications to funders such as the British Academy, EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie scheme, ESRC NINE and the Leverhulme Trust.