Eliana Close is a PhD student with the Australian Centre for Health Law Research at QUT. She graduated with first class honours in psychology from the University of Calgary, and completed her law degree with honours at Oxford University, as a Rhodes Scholar. Prior to coming to QUT she worked as a business associate at Google and a judge's associate at the Court of Appeal of Alberta. She also practised law as a Crown Prosecutor. Eliana has longstanding interests in the intersection of law, technology and bioethics. Her PhD research on the socio-legal implications of bedside rationing at the end of life is supported by QUT's NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in End of Life Care.