Florencia Daud

Florencia Daud

2017 AsiaGlobal Fellow, Asia Global Institute, The University of Hong Kong

Florencia Marina Daud is a lawyer from Argentina specializing in bioethics and cases related to in-vitro fertilization. She holds a master’s degree in international relations from the University of Bologna and studied global public policy at the London School of Economics (LSE). In 2017, she was part of the first cohort of fellows of the AsiaGlobal Fellows Program at the Asia Global Institute of The University of Hong Kong. Prior to that, she was a “stagiaire" at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg. In Argentina, she worked as an advisor to a congresswoman and became a founder member of BioJur, a charitable foundation dedicated to encouraging public understanding of bioethical issues.

Articles by Florencia Daud


Cloned Food on Your Plate?

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Since the practice of cloning farm animals is under-regulated in countries like Argentina, Brazil, and the US, European supermarkets may be selling meat and dairy products produced from clones, despite EU banning. With better regulation at both national and global levels, more accurate data could be produced to enhance transparency and traceability.

Population & Society

The Bioethics of Covid-19: Should Governments Let the Virus Run its Course?

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

2017 AsiaGlobal Fellow and bioethics expert Florencia Daud urges authorities to pursue a more focused approach to protect the most vulnerable.

Population & Society

Should Governments Legalize Three-Parent Babies?

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

2017 AsiaGlobal Fellow Florencia Daud discusses the limits and dilemmas of maternal spindle transfer.