Revd Dr Stephen Goundrey-Smith
Stephen teches Ethics at Cuddesdon Gloucester and Hereford. He teaches all aspects of theological ethics, but his research is focused on ethics of medicine and technology. His other academic interests include transhumanism, theological anthropology and the science-religion dialogue. Stephen also serves in parish ministry as Rector of Chedworth & District, in the Diocese of Gloucester.
Prior to ordination, Stephen worked as a pharmacist in hospitals and in the international pharmaceutical industry. He trained for ordination at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and did his PhD research in the Department of Theology and Religion at the University of Exeter, in the area of transhumanism and medical/therapeutic ethics. He is currently adapting his PhD work for publication.
Stephen is married to Sally, a teacher, and between them they have four children, at school and university."