David Lyreskog is a postdoctoral researcher in mental health ethics with the Neuroscience, Ethics & Society (NEUROSEC) team at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, and with the Wellcome Centre for Ethics & Humanities. In his current project, he works to develop tools for bioethics research and engagement with young people in the context of early intervention in mental health, under the umbrella project Citizens: EIE.
David holds a MA in Philosophy from Umeå University, Sweden, and pursued a PhD in Medical Ethics at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, and the 4TU Centre for Ethics & Technology, the Netherlands (viva 2020).
Lyreskog, D. M. (2019). Neuro-enhancement at the Margins of Autonomy: In the Best Interest of Children and Elderly?. In Shaping Children (pp. 43-55). Springer, Cham.
Lyreskog, D. M. (2019). On frail minds: addressing and assessing age-related neural decline and disease. European journal of ageing, 16(2), 205-213.
Lyreskog, D. M. (2018). Frailty and Neurodegenerative Disease: Anticipating the Future, Expanding the Framework. The Journal of frailty & aging, 7(1), 57-59.
Lyreskog, D. M., & Nagel, S. K. (2015). Orchestrating the powers of the will: understanding motivation enhancement through higher and lower order volitions. AJOB neuroscience, 6(1), 13-15.