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Greetings from your Student/Postdoc Committee

As the new chair of the INS Student/Postdoc Committee, I wanted to make sure to both briefly introduce myself to the INS membership — hello! I'm Roland Nadler, a PhD student in law at the University of British Columbia — and also emphasize that, if you are a trainee neuroethicist, you should feel very welcome indeed to reach out to me as your representative within the Society.

One of the most important roles for this committee is to represent and advocate for the interest of INS members who are students, postdocs, medical residents, law clerks, and so on. In order to do that job well, I need to hear from you! I encourage you to email me ([email protected]) or connect with me on Facebook or Twitter (@RolandNadler).

Your committee is also currently exploring some ways to help Society members — very much including trainees — showcase their neuroethics work on social media to a broader audience. More details about this exciting initiative will follow soon.

Working diligently with me on the committee and always willing to hear your thoughts are members Katherine Bassil, Maastricht University (The Netherlands); Tabitha Moses, Wayne State University School of Medicine (USA); Abidemi Otaiku, National Health Service (UK); Armani Porter, Duke University (USA); Joshua Preston, University of Minnesota (USA); and Farhad Udwadia, University of British Columbia (Canada), along with faculty mentor Andrea Giuffrida, UT Health Science Center at San Antonio (USA).

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