Gabriela Arguedas-Ramirez, MSc

Photo of woman speakingGabriela Arguedas-Ramirez, MSc is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Women’s Studies at the Universidad de Costa Rica, where she teaches Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Feminist Topics.

Gabriela Arguedas-Ramirez, MSc is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Women’s Students at the Universidad de Costa Rica, where she teaches Bioethics, Medical Ethics and Feminist Topics. She has published articles about the ethics of genetic patents, obstetric power/violence, ecofeminism, religious fundamentalism, and sexual rights. As part of an alliance between the Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL) and the Women’s Studies Research Center (CIEM) at the University of Costa Rica, she presented the results of her research on obstetric violence in Costa Rica, in a thematic audience for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IHRC). She has been working with Dr. Steven Miles, professor emeritus at the University of Minnesota, in the translation to Spanish of his book, Doctors who Torture: The Pursue of Justice, that will be published in 2021, with the Universidad de Costa Rica press.