Vancouver teen with severe epilepsy has life-saving device put in brain to reduce seizures, an American procedure not yet available in Canada. Click the title to read more.
Dr. Julie Robillard’s research to understand patient experience translates into tangible and meaningful ways for families to navigate pain management after surgery. Click the title to read more.
Dr. Judy Illes, CM, has been appointed the first UBC Distinguished Scholar in Neuroethics in recognition of her ground-breaking contributions to the ethical, legal, social and policy challenges at the intersection of the brain sciences and biomedical ethics. Click the title to read more.
Congratulations to Dr. Judy Illes for receiving the 2022 Italian Society for Neuroethics (SINe) Award! Today, she presents her work in environmental neuroethics at the 13th International Scientific Conference on Neuroethics and 8th Conference of the Italian Society for Neuroethics, hosted in Milan, Italy. For more information on the conference, please visit the program: http://societadineuroetica.it/
Dr. Judy Illes comments on B.C.’s plan to require health professionals to disclose vaccination status to regulating bodies. Click the title to read more.
We are pleased to share our three-year retrospective Neuroethics Global Impact Report highlighting people, research, outreach initiatives, and notable achievements from 2019 to 2021. Click the title to read the full report.
Congratulations to Miles Schaffrick, who was named a UBC Wesbrook Scholar and received the HSBC Emerging Leader Scholarship! The Premier Undergraduate Scholarships and Wesbrook Scholars are the University’s most prestigious designations, given to senior students with outstanding academic performance, leadership, and involvement in student and community activities.
Jaya Kailley places third among in-person oral presentations at the Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference
Congratulations to Jaya Kailley for her success at the Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference (MURC) 2022! Her presentation “SIDEKICK: A co-design approach to social robot development with families living with pediatric anxiety” placed third among in-person oral presentations.
Dr. Jill Dosso, Dr. Julie Robillard and Jaya Kailley awarded the Pat Atherton Emerging Scholars Award for Patient Oriented Research: Best Trainee Poster
Congratulations to Dr. Jill Dosso, Dr. Julie Robillard and Jaya Kailley for winning the Pat Atherton Emerging Scholars Award for Patient Oriented Research: Best Trainee Poster at the conference Putting Patients First 2022: Listening, Learning, Collaborating, and Changing.
The most recent special issue of the The Canadian Journal of Bioethics aims to create an intergenerational dialogue in order to engage the next generation of bioethicists in the social changes of tomorrow. Using an engaging style of writing and a rather informal tone, they invite you to submit a letter to a future bioethicist. […]