Presentations

Peer Reviewed

  1. Petropanagos, A. and V. Petropanagos. “The Care Conundrum: A Personal Support Worker’s Reflections on Caring for Persons with Dementia,” Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 2016 Congress. Edinburgh, June 2016.
  2. Petropanagos, A. and C. Simpson. “Frozen Hope: Understanding the Role of Hope in Fertility Preservation,” Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 2016 Congress. Edinburgh, June 2016.
  3. Petropanagos, A. “Let’s Talk about Sex, Baby: Paediatric Oncofertility,” Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference. Toronto, May 2016.
  4. Petropanagos, A. and Z. Marshal. “Recycling uteri: Are trans men suitable living donors for uterine transplantation?” Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference. Toronto, May 2016.
  5. Mariscal, C. and Petropanagos, A. “CRISPR: Not Your Grandfather’s Biotechnology,” Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference. Toronto, May 2016.
  6. Petropanagos, A. “The Ethics of Live-Donor Uterine Transplantation,” Consuming Intimacies Symposium. Brock University, St. Catharines. October 2015.
  7. Petropanagos, A. “Professional Obligations to Discuss (In)Fertility with Reproductive-Aged Patients,” Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Conference. Winnipeg, May 2015.
  8. Petropanagos, A. “Fertility Preservation Technologies for Children: The Risk of ‘Sexualizing’ Children Involved in Stage 1 Fertility Preservation Decision-making,” Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 2014 Congress. Mexico City, June 2014.
  9. Petropanagos, A. “Biological Bias and Oncofertility,” North American Society for Social Philosophy Conference. Toronto, July 2010.
  10. Petropanagos, A. “Pronatalism, Biologism and Oncofertility,” Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 2010 Congress. Singapore, July 2010.
  11. Petropanagos, A. “Biological Bias and Oncofertility,” Canadian Bioethics Society Annual Meeting. Kelowna, June 2010.

Invited

  1. Petropanagos, A. “Can Women Put Motherhood on Ice?” Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh, Edinburgh Scotland. June 2016. (Podcast)
  2. Petropanagos, A. “Making Dreams Possible? Exploring the Ethics of Emerging Biotechnologies,” Endowed Bioethics Lecture and the Centre for the Humanities NEH Colloquium Series- Impossible Dreams. Hood College, Frederick, MD, USA, April 2016.
  3. Petropanagos, A. “The Moral (Ir)Relevance of Parental Age,” Postponed Motherhood and the Ethics of the Family, Göttingen University. Germany, October
  4. Petropanagos, A. “Fertility Preservation Technologies for Women: A Feminist Ethical Analysis,” Society for Biology and Society, Arizona State University. Phoenix, February 2014.
  5. Petropanagos, A., “Relational Autonomy and Informed Choice in Oncofertility,” Relational Autonomy 10 years On, McGill University. Montreal, September 2012.
  6. McLeod and Petropanagos, A. “Ethics of Oncofertility,” Oncofertility in Canada: Building Connections for the Improvement of Fertility Preservation Options, Assisted Human Reproduction Canada (AHRC). Toronto, March 2010.

Other

  1. Petropanagos, A. “Let’s Talk about Sex, Baby: The Ethics of Decision Making About Pediatric Fertility Preservation,” Joint Centre for Bioethics Seminar Series, Toronto. May 2016.
  2. Petropanagos, A. “Is Age a Relational Concept?” Dalhousie Feminist Seminar Series. Dalhousie University, Halifax, December 2015.
  3. Petropanagos, A. “The Meaning of “Age” in the Advanced Parental Age Controversy,” Philosophy Colloquium, Dalhousie University. Halifax, January 2015.