Jennifer Chandler Interviewed in MIT Technology Review

Brain and Mind Research Institute
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Jennifer Chandler leads the uOBMRI’s research hub on Neuroethics, Law, and Society. She is a Professor of Law in the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa and is cross-appointed to the Faculty of Medicine.

Jennifer Chandler was recently featured in an MIT Technology Review for her keynote address on Brain Stimulation Law at the 5th International Brain Stimulation Conference in Lisbon. This impactful talk touched on the legal concerns raised by brain stimulations technologies and some key findings in research. Click here to read the full article. 

At the University of Ottawa, Jennifer Chandler is also a founding member of the Centre for Health Law, Policy, and Ethics, and holds the Bertram Loeb Research Chair in Organ and Tissue Donation. Her main areas of research relate to the ethical, legal, and social issues raised by the brain sciences and neurotechnologies, as well as to organ donation and transplantation law, ethics, and policy. For more information about Jennifer Chandler, please click here.