Dr Toni Saad is a junior doctor currently based in Cardiff. He gained a master’s degree in bioethics and medical law from St Mary’s University while studying medicine at Cardiff University. He has published several academic articles in journals such as Journal of Medical Ethics and Bioethics, notably on the subject of conscientious objection in healthcare. He was the Visiting Research Fellow of the Anscombe Bioethics Centre, Oxford, in 2018. His academic interests include moral philosophy, medical ethics and the history of medicine, and he is editor for book reviews at The New Bioethics.