Ayushi is a DPhil candidate in law at Oxford (supervised by Professor Imogen Goold and Dr. Lisa Forsberg). She researches the regulation of human enhancement technology from an equality perspective. The Law Faculty and the JN Tata Scholarship fund her research. Ayushi has been a graduate research resident at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights and is affiliated with the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. Her academic and professional interests lie in the regulation of technology, intellectual property rights, and human rights.  

Ayushi's work has appeared in international peer-reviewed journals such as the International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, and has been presented at the University of Cambridge, Siena, Rotterdam and Lisbon, among others. She has taught as a Lecturer at Queen's College and as a Tutor at Mansfield College. Ayushi also serves as the Junior Dean at St. Hilda's College. 

Before commencing her doctoral studies, Ayushi was an International Fellow at Dejusticia, Colombia and an Asst. Prof. at Jindal Global Law School in India, where she taught Academic Writing, Legal Methods, and Global Constitutionalism (with Prof. Upendra Baxi). She read for the BCL in 2018-19 at Exeter College, Oxford as a Weidenfeld-Hoffmann scholar. Prior to that, she completed B.A. LL.B. at National Law School of India University, and graduated as a gold-medallist. 

Research Interests

Bioethics, international human rights law, equality law, regulation, emerging technology 

Research projects & programmes

Graduate Research Student Residency Programme