2021 INS Annual Meeting
Online Conference
November 4-5

Building Strong Mentor–Mentee Relationships

Thursday, November 4, 2021
4:30p EDT / 20:30 UTC


  • Sara Goering, University of Washington
  • Judy Illes, Neuroethics Canada
  • Roland Nadler, University of British Columbia


Registered meeting attendees can participate in this live discussion on Zoom. Register to attend this activity and all sessions included in the schedule.

Live: Thursday, November 4, 4:30p EDT / 20:30 UTC (calendar)

Zoom webinar link will be posted here. To access the webinar, participants will enter a password and their email address (the one used to register for the meeting). Passwords will be distributed to registered participants one week before the meeting begins.


A recording of this virtual session is expected to be available for meeting attendees approximately two weeks after the meeting concludes.


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Sara Goering

Professor of Philosophy
University of Washington

Sara Goering is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Washington, Seattle, with affiliations in the Program on Ethics, Disability Studies, and Bioethics & Humanities. With Eran Klein, she leads the UW neuroethics research group at the Center for Neurotechnology. Their NIH RF1 grant explores issues of agency in relation to neural devices, and involves conceptual/philosophical work as well as qualitative interview work with neural device users.

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Judy Illes

Neuroethics Canada
University of British Columbia

Dr. Judy Illes is Professor of Neurology and Director of Neuroethics Canada at the University of British Columbia. As a pioneer of neuroethics, her research centers on the intersection between neurosciences and biomedical ethics. Among her many leadership roles, she is the co-lead of the Canadian Brain Research Strategy and the Pan Canadian Neurotechnology Ethics Consortium.

Roland Nadler

University of British Columbia