Ulf Görman is emeritus professor in ethics and former head of the unit of ethics in the faculty of humanities and theology at Lund University, Sweden. He is still working part time as senior professor, among else with the Linnaeus project “NeuroNano Research Center” (NRC), which aims at developing a new generation of nano brain implants. He is also guest professor in ethics at Jönköping University, Sweden. His research is focused on problems in bioethics, among else on ethical questions in relation to post-genomic research, personalized nutrition, and brain machine interfaces. He is workpackage leader for ethical and legal aspects of the EU FP7 project “Personalised nutrition: an integrated analysis of opportunities and challenges” (Food4Me). He is scientific secretary of the Ethical Review Board at Lund.