Mayli Mertens

, PhD Candidate

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Mayli obtained a Master in Applied Ethics from Linköping University in Sweden, and is Member of the Sherwin B. Nuland Summer Institute in Bioethics at the Yale University Center for Bioethics. She is currently working as a PhD candidate in Dr. Marianne Boenink‘s research project entitled “Prognosticating of patients in coma: towards a responsible practice” at the University of Twente.

In 2016, Mayli was awarded ’Best Formal Paper by a Graduate Student’ by the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) for her work “Objectivity behind the red line: A case for binocularity in war reporting.” 


Mayli is an instructor at the Yale University's Summer Institute for Bioethics; a position for which she received an "Excellence in Teaching" award in 2017. 


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