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Academic Life of my students: The WolbPack


This is a page about the WolbPack my Collaborative Interdisciplinary Student Research Team

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(the name WolbPack was coined by Verlyn Leopatra and the logo was designed by Verlyn Leopatra a WolbPack Alumni).

A PPT or PDF summarizing the amazing work of the WolbPack

The Start Trek theme song that fits us;

Before you go on reading about the amazing work the members of the WolbPack do, I would like to acknowledge the generosity of an anonymous donor who gave the University money for the WolbPack to be used for academic travel and publishing expenses (open access fees) of members who have no other means to obtain money. Thank so much!

A February 2019 picture of current and Alumni WolbPack members (used for UToday article)_DSC0812

Cumming School student group encourages undergrads to pursue research (this is an article about the WolbPack in UToday of the University of Calgary written by Pauline Zulueta, Cumming School of Medicine  (March 7, 2019).  The idea for this piece came from two WolbPack members (Manel Djebrouni and WenTao Li) who wanted to highlight the group in UToday. Thanks soo much WenTao and Manel! And they linked up with Pauline Zulueta, Communication advisor in the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary the writer of the piece (thanks Pauline for supporting the effort of Manel and WenTao). This is latest  example of how the members of the group shape the WolbPack and identify with the group. And that is exactly what I envision for the group, that the students identify with the group and want to co-shape it. The group is only as good as the students make it. I only provide the space (emotional, physical..). I was absolutely thrilled that so many alumni showed up for the picture shoot for the UToday article. 

and here a published article Lillywhite Aspen and Villamil Valentina (2021) Undergraduate research experiences: A narrative discussion between two undergraduate students within disability studies (both talk about their research experience with my group) in International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation Volume 19, Student Perspectives

Cheers Gregor

Twitter of the WolbPack here

Facebook page of the WolbPack here

For a page about all my work + the WolbPack please go here. To contact me email is

For write up about Aspen in University of Calgary news (graduated 2021) see here

For write up about Valentina in University of Calgary news (graduated 2021) see here

My philosophy that guides how I envision my research group (the focus and its functioning below).

But have a look through all our output (look at the PDF of PPT covering the WolbPack)

You can see what we do and what angle my group does not cover (medical/clinical angles). All our work is focused on societal angles, including societal angles of role of health professionals…. but no medical clinical focus.

As to what I am guided by what I see as a given (some applies only to CRDS students but if you are not with CRDS) you can see what fits you;

I am part of CRDS the vision and mission of CRDS is

Vision: “Responsive, sophisticated and just understandings of people of diverse abilities.”

Mission: “Our mission is to generate research, education, policy and practice partnerships to improve well-being of people with diverse abilities.

  1. Most CRDS students want to work with disabled people (people with diverse abilities) after they graduate from their degrees.
  2. Students who want to join my research group are into social justice
  3. They will work with disabled children, disabled young people, disabled youth, disabled adults or elderly disabled people or want to improve the social justice and societal life of disabled people of all ages better (so not focusing on medical/clinical angle).
  4. One role for professionals such as occupational therapists, speech language pathologists or social workers, three professions many of our students want to go in, is to advocate for and with their clients and to be social change agents beyond medical treatment.
  5. The situation of disabled people in society is problematic
  6. The reaction to disabled people in disaster situation show systemic problems that repeat themselves from disaster to disaster (for my thoughts on Covid-19 and disabled people see (1)).
  7. It is recognized that evidence on the social situation of disabled people is missing.
  8. Science and technology advancements and their governance constantly impact the situation of disabled people in society and is under researched, is invisible and lacks data.
  9. The narrative around disabled people in society is lacking.
  10. The disablement disabled people experience is applicable to society as a whole see here. As my very wise parents told me. “If you are bullied don’t take it personal as they bully also other people”.

I focus on undergraduate students as researchers as part of my belief to generate opportunities for students and that performing research as undergraduates allows them to stick out of the crowd. Many undergraduate students will work with disabled students right after the bachelor degree and will never do a thesis-based degree. Knowing how to perform research and seeing themselves within the identity of being a researcher also makes undergraduate students who want to work for and with disabled people after graduation with their Bachelor degree much stronger allies for disabled people and much better change agents.

As to how I envision performing research in my research team my research group is guided by the following:

  1. Your GPA is not an indicator of whether research suits you. Learning by heart is not helping someone in being good in research as such. If you think in broader picture, if you are curious, if you ask question, if you show initiative thats are better indicators than a GPA.
  2. Start as early as possible. I often offer students who are in year 1 after the fall term to join my research team. As to the six students I have in the moment all 6 were in my CORE 205 class, a class that has not only CRDS students but also students from other degrees such as from the Bachelor of Health Sciences (which has a CRDS concentration), Kinesiology (which has a minor in CRDS) and other degrees with students being interested in the topic of disabled people.
  3. To work on the same topic for a couple of years to become an experts so the students are able to take ownership of their achievements which includes to hold oneself in presentations and to produce peer reviewed publications and produce podcasts, posters and other knowledge transfer ways.
  4. We are all in it together.
  5. Foresight, thinking ahead (e.g. like for what do I need ethics approval, when do I have to submit.
  6. Thinking outside of the box.
  7. Collaboration.
  8. Communication.
  9. Responsibility for oneself and others.
  10. My desire to generate opportunities for the students to build their CV which includes that I find opportunities for them for example to present their work but that they also generate opportunities for themselves and others.
  11. To question assumptions.
  12. Being mentor and mentee (research and non-research wise).
  13. Learn conflict resolution.

AWARDS for Gregor Wolbring

  1. Gregor Wolbring (one of three finalist) 2020 Sustainability Award University of Calgary category Faculty Sustainability Research Award.The email to me states “Congratulations! In recognition of your exemplary work on ecoableism and disability justice, you have been selected…” The award webpage states “Improving the quality of life of disabled people and securing a sustainable future for all” University of Calgary 2020 Sustainability Award. We published over 28 peer reviewed pieces on sustainability issues such as social sustainability, education for sustainable development, Post 2015 sustainable development agenda, 2030 sustainable development goals, Rio+20 and related topics such as energy security, food security, water and sanitation, ecohealth and climate change We coined the term eco-ableism back in 2012.
  2. Gregor Wolbring was the recipient of the Fall 2018 BHSc Research Mentor Award , Cumming School of Medicine. Thanks to the students that nominated me. However I see it to be also an award for the students because if the students would not be receptive my efforts would not work. The WolbPack reflects as much my vision as it reflects the vision of the students that make up the WolbPack.
  3. Gregor Wolbring was awarded the 2017 Tanis Doe award of the Canadian Disability Studies Association (scroll down) “for the years of innovative research, student supervisory support and your engagement with communities over the years” (from the email notification). On the CDSA webpage the award description is “The CDSA-ACEI Tanis Doe Award for Canadian Disability Study and Culture was first awarded in 2009, and is named for the activist and professor, Tanis Doe, who passed away in 2004. This award honours an individual who dares to “speak the unspeakable” in advancing the study and culture of disability, and who has enriched through research, teaching, or activism, the lives of Canadians with disabilities. CDSA-ACEI is grateful for the support and permission of Tanis’ family to honour her achievements in Disability Studies with this award.” Thank you to Mary Anne Burke President of the BIAS Free Co-operative former Director of Research at the Roeher Institute and former staff of the Global Forum for Health Research (Geneva) where she led work on health inequities including advocating for broader inclusion of disabled people’s in setting global research for health agendas for nominating me
  4. Gregor Wolbring was the recipient of the fall 2016 BHSc Research Mentor Award , Cumming School of Medicine. Thanks to the students that nominated me. However I see it to be also an award for the students because if the students would not be receptive my efforts would not work. The WolbPack reflects as much my vision as it reflects the vision of the students that make up the WolbPack.
  5. Gregor Wolbring was nominated for the 2016 Graduate Student Association Graduate Student supervision award
  6. Gregor Wolbring was the recipient of  the Faculty of Graduate Studies, My SupervisorSkills, GREAT Supervisor Award! on September 15,2015. This award recognizes supervisors from each graduate program for their outstanding supervision and mentorship to graduate students
  7. Gregor Wolbring was nominated for the 2015 Graduate Student Association Graduate Student supervision award
  8. Gregor Wolbring was the recipient of the fall 2014 BHSc Research Mentor Award , Faculty of Medicine. Thanks to the students that nominated me. However I see it to be also an award for the students because if the students would not be receptive my efforts would not work. The WolbPack reflects as much my vision as it reflects the vision of the students that make up the WolbPack.
  9. The documentary “Fixed The Science/Fiction of Enhancement” won the first prize in the category documentary over 30 minutes at the Picture this the Calgary Disability Film Festival. http://www.ptff.org/ Dr Wolbring is featured as one of the “cast member” listed on the webpage of the film http://www.fixedthemovie.com/.  For a description of my role in the movie see here
  10. Dr Wolbring was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal  on November 11, 2013; citation read, “he has worked in his interest area of  ability and ableism ethics and governance; the history of thalidomide and thalidomiders  and disability studies. His work in this area has been tireless and of benefit to the greater community”.  I would like to thank Zaheed Damani (who received the same honor for his youth work a few month earlier) a long time friend of the WolbPack for introducing me to the crowd at the ceremony. Here my thank you note
  11. Dr Wolbring was nominated for the 2013 Graduate Student Association Graduate Student supervision award
  12. Dr Wolbring was awarded the 2011 Faculty of Medicine McLeod award for excellence in teaching

I would like to thank my students, the WolbPack, as their enthusiasm, team spirit and hard work I see as the foundation that led to many of my awards! Thank you! As to the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal I have however to thank more people (see here).

Awards and honours of WolbPack members:

Students listed in alphabetical order

  1. Abdullah Boushra (2014) Travel grant from the Canadian Association for International Health an oral talk at the 21st Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Montreal, Canada 5-7 November
  2. Abdullah Boushra (2014) Travel grant from the Global Health Unit of the University of Calgary an oral talk at the 21st Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Montreal, Canada 5-7 November
  3. Ahmed Sadia (2016) Travel grant from the BHSc program at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine to present at ISA/ISPID International Conference on Stillbirth, SIDS and Baby Survival Montevideo, Uruguay on 8-10 September 2016.
  4. Khushi Arora (2021) Runner up The GSA Future Innovator award (1 x $1,000, 1 x $500) for Arora Khushi and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “EDI in Kinesiology, Sport, Physical Education, and Physical Activity: A Scoping Review  at the Student Union Undergraduate Student Research Symposium Nov 26 video The GSA Future Innovator award will be presented to a winner (and a runner-up) who demonstrate excellence in research while showing a potential to make significant impacts in the field in the future, through an innovative and/or original contribution to knowledge, such as an original take on old data, new data to support a changing field, or original work for a newly emerging field.
  5. Aujla Shyrose (2015) first place in poster presentations at Calgary World Health Organization simulation CalWHO November 14th, 2015
  6. Aujla Shyrose (2015) Travel grant from the BHSc program at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine for given an oral talk at the 22nd Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Montreal, Canada 5-7 November
  7. Ball, Natalie, Wolbring, Gregor (2011) Poster Title: Nobel Laureates, Neuroscience and Eugenics  ; Won second place out of 22 submissions at the “Student History of Neuroscience Poster Workshop” –  June-22 of the 16th International Society for the History of the Neurosciences (ISHN) and the 43rd International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences (Cheiron) meeting;
  8. Billawala, Alshaba (2012) History of Autism through the NYT; First prize for poster presentation at the 21st History of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary
  9. Niklas Bobrovitz (2008) : Bronze Medal at the 2008 IGEM competition
  10. Emily Chai received the Gold medal for her degree achievements from the University of Calgary
  11. Emily Chai received the Siobhan Isabella Reid Memorial Scholarship Award. The Siobhan Isabella Reid Memorial Scholarship was established in 1982. One scholarship will be presented annually to a full-time student post secondary student in Alberta . The scholarship will be awarded to the student enrolled in a program which will lead to that individual being able to assist children and adults with learning disabilities. The student may be enrolled in any faculty of any university within Alberta or in a college degree program.
  12. Chai, Emily and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Portrayal of Occupational Therapy (OT) in The Globe and Mail: From first appearance (1918) to 2014; at the 24th History of Medicine days international conference, March 11th hosted at the University of Calgary Emily was awarded the second place in the Poster competition
  13. Lucy Diep: (2015-2016) QEII Master student UofC fellowship
  14. Lucy Diep: (2015) Alberta Graduate Student Scholarship (AGSS)
  15. Lucy Diep:(2015) Inaugural Alumni Leadership Award – Easter Seals Awards presented FEb 27 by Easter Seal Alberta
  16. Lucy Diep:(2014-2015) Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC category)
  17. Lucy Diep:(2014-2015) QEII award University of Calgary wide competition
  18. Lucy Diep:2014 Faculty of Graduate Studies Travel Award
  19. Lucy Diep:2014 Faculty of Medicine Global Health & International Partnerships: Conference Grants for Students & Residents to Present Research at International Conferences
  20. Lucy Diep:2014 (Centre for Nanotechnology in Society-University of California Santa Barbara) CNS-UCSB Democratizing Technologies Conference travel grant.
  21. Rochelle received a SSHRC fellowship for doing her Masters thesis
  22. Rochelle Deloria Executive of the Year Award (2020) University of Calgary Filipino Students Association (UCFSA) Filipino Canadian Student Association Awards
  23. Rochelle Deloria Jason Lang Scholarship (2019) University of Calgary
  24. Rochelle Deloria President’s Admission Scholarship (2017) University of Calgary
  25. Manel Djebrouni Student Union UofC confrence travel award (2018)
  26. Gilary Guzman (2016) Between Friends Calgary: 2015 Rookie Leader of the Year
  27. Hannah Holitzki (2015) second place in poster presentations at Calgary World Health Organization simulation CalWHO November 14th, 2015
  28. Holitzki Hannah (2015) Travel grant from the BHSc program at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine for given an oral talk at the international SNET conference From nanotechnologies to emerging technologies;towards a global responsibility S.Net Conference 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Canada October 18-21, 2015
  29. Emily Hutcheon: Governor General’s Gold Medal at the Master’s level from the University of Calgary for a brilliant Master thesis
  30. Emily Hutcheon John D. Petrie, QC Memorial Bursary University of Calgary
  31. Emily Hutcheon 2014-2015 QEII Masters fellowship University of Calgary
  32. Emily Hutcheon 2013 received the Marlin Styner Award a Premier’s Council of Alberta Award Awarded to an individual Albertan who has a disability and who, through their personal or professional achievements, has brought greater recognition to the abilities of all persons with disabilities.
  33. Emily Hutcheon (2012-2013) Joseph Bombardier Scholarship Master award from SSHRC
  34. Emily Hutcheon (2012-2013) Member at large Canadian Disability Studies Association
  35. Emily Hutcheon (2011-2012) Elected Student Representative Canadian Disability Studies Association;
  36. Emily Hutcheon (2012) Canadian Sociological Association Travel Award
  37. Emily Hutcheon (2012) Community Health Sciences Student Executive (CHSSE) University of Calgary
  38. Emily Hutcheon (2012-) CRDS Graduate Student Representative
  39. Mikaela Johnson Bachelor of Health Sciences  UofC conference travel award (2017)
  40. Sibat Khwaja Bronze Medal at the 2008 IGEM competition
  41. Verlyn Leopatra first place for the Maxine Harding Fisher Award! (2016)
  42. Verlyn Leopatra Norlien Foundation Award: Addictions Medicine 2015
  43. Verlyn Leopatra University of Calgary Global Health Grant 2014
  44. Verlyn Leopatra Faculty of Medicine Dean’s List 2009-­‐2013
  45. Verlyn Leopatra Prime Minister’s Volunteer Award: Top 51 2012
  46. Verlyn Leopatra Jason Lang Scholarship 2010-­‐2012
  47. Verlyn Leopatra O’Brien Center Summer Studentship Research Award 2010
  48. Verlyn Leopatra Glen C. Grieve Memorial Scholarship 2009
  49. Verlyn Leopatra O’Brien BHSc Admission Scholarship 2009 University of Calgary Entrance Award 2009
  50. Wentao Li Student Activities Fund a collaborative initiative between the University of Calgary and the Students’ Union Quality Money program (2018) for another conference presentation.
  51. Wentao Li Bachelor of Health Sciences  UofC conference travel award (2018)
  52. Wentao Li Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies  conference travel award (2018)
  53. Wentao Li Student Union UofC conference travel award (2018)
  54. Aspen Lillywhite, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold award 2021
  55. Aspen Lillywhite Albert Jucker-Kiddle Memorial Scholarship, 2020
  56. Aspen Lillywhite Louise Mckinney Post-Secondary Scholarship, 2019
  57. Aspen Lillywhite Cumming School of Medicine’s Dean’s List, 2018-2020
  58. Aspen Lillywhite Jason Lang Scholarship, 2018
  59. Aspen Lillywhite Dr. Gary McPherson Leadership Scholarship, 2018
  60. Aspen Lillywhite President’s Admission Scholarship, 2017
  61. Aspen Lillywhite Gerald Roberts Mortimer and Victor Emanuel Mortimer Entrance Scholarship, 2017
  62. Aryn Lisitza – was selected for the University of Calgary Scholars Academy (2017)
  63. – Aryn Lisitza – USRP in Health & Wellness Student Research (2017)
  64. Nicole Mfoafo-M’Carthy 2022 Rhodes Scholar
  65. Nicole Mfoafo-M’Carthy Bachelor of Health Sciences  UofC conference travel award (2018)
  66. Nicole Mfoafo-M’Carthy Youth Scholarship at the 2017 Immigrants of Distinction Awards.
  67. Kalie Mosig (2013) Portrayal of Autism in two Canadian Newspapers: The Globe and Mail and the Calgary Herald; First prize for poster presentation (out of 19 posters) at the 22nd History of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary
  68. Daniela Navia: Bronze Medal at the 2008 IGEM competition
  69. Jacqueline Noga – won first prize in the poster competition in the category of social implications at the international conference  “Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 Banff, Alberta, Canada
  70. Laurent Parent, York University MA, The Hegemony of Stairs in the Montreal Metro. Second Annual Critical Disability Studies Major Research Paper Human Rights Prize. The winner is selected based on research, writing and originality of topic.
  71. Syeda Farwa Naqvi Student Union UofC conference travel award (2019)
  72. Syeda Farwa Naqvi Bachelor of Health Sciences  UofC conference travel award (2018)
  73. Syeda Farwa Naqvi Student Union UofC conference travel award (2018)
  74. Syeda Farwa Naqvi Second prize at the CalWHO Global Health Fair (2017) for her poster ” Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature
  75. Valentina Villamil received a NSERC fellowship for doing her Master thesis
  76. Valentina Villamil Jason Lang Scholarship, 2018
  77. Valentina Villamil Jason Lang Scholarship, 2019 
  78. Valentina Villamil Cumming School of Medicine’s Dean’s List, 2019-2020
  79. Sophya Yumakulov (2013-) CIHR Fellowship award
  80. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring (2011) Comparing perception of people with disabilities through the lens of the New York Times from 1851-today; First prize for poster presentation at the 20th history of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary
  81. Yumakulov Sophya, (2010) USRP undergraduate research award

Current members of the WolbPack:

Newest member listed first

Kaitlyn Brien (2011-) finished first year Bachelor Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies: Research Inquiry course MDSC 528. With great sadness do I announce that Kaitlyn passed away September 03, 2011 😦  (Topic: Speech Pathology, history, future)

Khushi Arora (May 2021-) Topic EDI (first year Kinesiology student)

Brielle Lillywhite (March 2021-) Topic technologies (third year Chemical Engineering student, minoring in Biomedical Engineering)

Sehar Sami (December 2020-) Topic neuro related 1st year Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) student

Noah Ulicki (December 2020-)Topic TBD 1st year Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) student

Chiara Salvatore (January 2020 -) Topic environmental issues 1st year Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) student

Erica Hartman (September 2020- Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Bachelor degree)Topic: Physiotherapy

Alumni of the WolbPack: 

Aspen Lillywhite (December 2017-May 2021) Topic: Neurotechnology and disabled undergraduate students as researchers 1st year Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) student part of CIHR ERA-Net Neuron grant

Rochelle Deloria (December 2017- May 2021) (Topic: Neurotechnology/Nurses; new topic Filipino students as knowledge producers) 1st year BHSc student,  part of CIHR ERA-Net Neuron grant

Valentina Villamil (December 2017- May 2021) (Topic: Neurotechnology, SLP/OT ) 1st year CRDS student,  part of CIHR ERA-Net Neuron grant

Vivian Nguyen (September 2020-May 2021) Topic: Global Health and disabled people 4th year Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) student

Gulshan Baloch (January 2020 – August 2020); Topic Neuro (1 first year Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) student)Manel Djebrouni (May 2016-2019) first year CRDS student Research topic OT,  part of CIHR ERA-Net Neuron grant

Fatima Jamal Al-deen (January 2020 -March 2021); Topic art therapy and disabled arts) 1st year Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) student

WenTao Li (January 2017-April, 2018 ) Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation (Topic: back to work)

Syeda Farwa Naqvi (May 2017-April 2018) Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation (Topic: HIV health promotion and disabled people)

Nicole Mfoafo M’Carthy (January 2017-April 2018) first year BHSc student (Topic: Resilience; youth; disabled people)

Aryn Brianne Lisitza (January 2015-August 2017) Second year BHSc student HSOC stream; MDSC 528 course, HSOC 408, MDSC 508 honor thesis (Topic, Ecohealth), USRP fellowship.

Mikaela Johnson (May 2016-May 2017) first year CRDS student Research topic: Social work

Emily Chai (May 2014-May 2017) first year CRDS student Research Inquiry course MDSC 528 course…594/595 course graduate project (Topic Occupational Therapy) graduated with final undergraduate project

Lucy Diep (May 2012-)August 2017; third year Bachelor Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Research inquiry course (Topic: Disabled people and Communication); starting her Masters with me Sept 2013. graduated with Master Thesis

Sadia Ahmed (March 2015-May 2017) Second year BHSc student HSOC stream; MDSC 528 course…honor thesis (Topic: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; co-supervised with Professor Ian Mitchell, Alberta Children Hospital) graduated with honor thesis

Shyrose Aujla (March-2015-May 2017) Second year BHSc student HSOC stream; MDSC 528 course…honor thesis (Topic Global Health) graduated with honor thesis

Hannah Mary Holitzki (May 2015-May 2017) Second year BHSc student HSOC stream; MDSC 528 course..honor thesis (Topic Responsible Innovation/social work) graduated with honor thesis

Sonum Panesar (May 2013-August 2013 and again September 2016-May 2017 ) first year Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation, MDSC 528 Research Inquiry course…594/595 course graduate project (Topics: bionics/ global health) graduated with flnal undergraduate project

Samantha Sirianni (March 2015-May 2017) Second year BHSc student HSOC stream; MDSC 528 course…honor thesis (Topic, Occupational Therapy/CBR) graduated with honor thesis

Hillary (Gilary) Guzman (January 2016-April 2017) first year CRDS student Research topic conflict studies

Jennifer Cheung (May 2013-May-2016) first year Bachelor of Health Science,MDSC 528 Research Inquiry course (Topic: organ transplant and donation) graduated with honor thesis

Bushra Abdullah (May 2013-May-2016) first year Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation, MDSC 528 Research Inquiry course..594/595 course graduate project (Topic: Aging well) graduated with flnal undergraduate project

Ashley Blackmore (September 2015-May 2016) Fourth Year CRDS student 594/595 course graduate project (Topic: Physical Therapy) graduated with flnal undergraduate project

Emily Hutcheon (Sept 2010-June 2015 ) started last year Bachelor of Health Science Honour Thesis and finished with her Master thesis with me (SSHRC Master student fellowship); (Topics: education, disabled people, symbolic violence, youth, ableism, resilience) graduated with Master thesis

Rachel MacKay (May 2013-June 2015) started as second year Bachelor of Health Science student. Finished with her honor thesis(Topic: sustainable consumption)

Jacqueline Noga (May 2011-July 2014 ) started as second year Bachelor of Health Science: (Research Inquiry course/ Genome Canada grant since Sept 2011) (Topics: climate change, water, energy policies, economics, disabled people, ableism) and (HSOC 408/508 class). graduated with her honour thesis.

Kalie Mosig (September 2012-July 2014) started as third year Bachelor of Health Science: (HSOC 408 class) (Topic: Autism discourse); finished with MDSC 508 honour thesis. .

Sophya Yumakulov (May-Aug 2010) 4th year Bachelor of Health Science: (USRP supported) (Topics: Children, disabled people, perception , work, ableism) and now again (May 2012-May 2013) Bridge fund UofC supported starting Masters in CHS in Sept 2012 (Topics: social robotics and artificial womb) not supervised by me. Was still part of the Wolbpack although no active project with myself anymore till July 2014 (moved away from Calgary for PhD).

Theresa Rybchinski (January 2013-August 2013) second year Bachelor of Health Science: (Topic: social sustainability)

Angelica Martin (Sept 2010-April 2012 and again January 2013-August 2013) Bachelor of Health Science: (SSHRC-enhancement till Sept 2011; HSOC 408, MDSC 207) (Two topics: veterans and therapeutic enhancements; immigrants and ableism)

Jeremy Tynedal (May 2011-May 2013 ) grduated from the Kinesiology undergraduate degree student: (MDSC 528 Research Inquiry course/ SSHRC-Sport since Sept 2011) (Topics: therapeutic enhancements and sport, Pistorius, Paralympics, ableism)graduated with flnal undergraduate project

Verlyn Leopatra (Sept 2010- May 2013) graduated from the BHSC: (Genome Canada till Sept 2011; SSHRC since Sept 2011; HSOC 408) (MDSC 508 honour thesis)(Topics: climate change, water, energy, sensors, therapeutic enhancements, disabled people, health consumerism, ableism) graduated with her honor thesis

Natalie Ball (Sept 2010-April 2013) graduated from the BHSc: (SSHRC CURA till Sept 2011; HSOC 408)(MDSC 508 honour thesis)(Topics: Eugenics, therapeutic enhancement, neuroenhancement, cognitive enhancement, health promotion, disabled people, ableism) graduated with her honor thesis

Brian Litke (August 2012-May 2013) (in natural science) SSHRC Sport grant supported (Topic: barriers in sport, recreation, leasure physical education physical activity)

Dana De Bok (May 2012-August 2012) finished second year Bachelor Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies: Research Inquiry course. The future of bullying

Alshaba Billawala (Sept 2011- April 2012) Third year Bachelor of Health Science (HSOC 408); (Topics: Autism, ableism)

Seyyed Ghaderi (Oct 2009-2012) PhD student in ISEEE program (2009-) (Genome Canada) (Topics: Metagenomics, climate change, energy, water, ableism)

Brigid Burke (May-Aug 2010), guest from University of Toronto: Research Inquiry course (Topics: education, BIAS FREE Framework, ableism)

Daniela Navia, Sibat Khwaja, Niklas Bobrovitz (May-Nov 2008) were second year Bachelor of Health Science : (Alberta Innovate supported) (Topics: synthetic biology) (before the WolbPack existed)

Laurent Parent, York University MA, was supervised before WolbPack existed

Elyse Dykstra (September 2020-December 2020; Course CORE 487 , Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Bachelor degree)

Carolina Nuñez (September 2020-December 2020; Course CORE 487 , Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Bachelor degree)

Angel Onoh (September 2020-December 2020; Course CORE 487 , Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Bachelor degree)

Output of research students (writings in bold; in brackets time they were working with the team):

Boushra Abdullah (2013-2016)

2016

  1. Wolbring Gregor and Abdullah Boushra (2016)  “Coverage of aging well of individuals aging with a disability in Canadian newspapers: A content analysis” in Review of Disability Studies 12(2)p 89-107,: RDS Special Issue: Disability & Aging Guest Editors: Katie Aubrecht, PhD & Tamara Krawchenko, PhD 2) Wolbring Gregor and Abdullah Boushra (2016)  Aging and Technology: What is the take home message for newspapers readers p 271-291 in Ageing and Technology Perspectives from the Social Sciences“ editor Linda Nierling and Emma Dominguez-Rue Transcript Publisher 2015 1) Boushra Abdullah and Gregor Wolbring “Media Analysis on Individuals Aging with a Disability (IAD) in The Globe and Mail, Calgary Herald, and The New York Times” at 2020 Vision for Humanity Symposium: Toward Human Security Worldwide, Calgary March 27, 2015 2014
  2. Abdullah Boushra (2014) Content Analysis of coverage of aging well of Individuals Aging with a Disability (IAD) in The Globe and Mail, Calgary Herald and The New York Times 21st Conference at 21st annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Ottawa, Canada 2-4 November oral talk in person in part sponsored by a conference grant and a grant from the Global Health initiative at the University of Calgary
  3. Abdullah Boushra and Wolbring Gregor (2014) Media Analysis on Individuals Aging with a Disability (IAD) in The Globe and Mail, Calgary Heraldand The New York Times” at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association Annual Conference May 28-30 in person
  4. Abdullah Boushra and Wolbring Gregor (2014) Media Analysis on Individuals Aging with a Disability (IAD) in The Globe and Mail, Calgary Herald and The New York Times at Pacific Rim Disability conference May 19, 2014 virtual

2013

  1. Abdullah Boushra and Wolbring Gregor (2013) Analysis of newspaper coverage of active aging through the lens of the 2002 World Health Organization report Active Ageing: a policy framework and the 2010 Toronto Charter for Physical Activity: A Global Call for Action (supp file) in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2013, 10(12), 6799-6819; doi:10.3390/ijerph10126799
  2. Abdullah, Boushra and Wolbring, Grego Ageism evident in Media Reporting on Aging Well: Implication for socially disadvantaged group14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, Indiapodcast
  3. Abdullah, Boushra and Wolbring, Gregor Analysis of newspaper coverage of active aging through the lens of two key documents: Implication for Human Security at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta
  4. Abdullah, Boushra and Wolbring, Gregor Analysis of newspaper coverage of active aging through the lens of two key documentsBHSC research symposium, Faculty of Medicine, Calgary October 10
  5. Abdullah, Boushra and Wolbring, Gregor Representation of Social Groups in Newspaper Coverage of Active Aging at 2nd Inspire conference poster

Sadia Ahmed (2015-2017)

2018

  1. Ahmed, Sadia; Mitchell, Ian; Wolbring, Gregor (2018) Analysis of sudden infant death syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers; Journal of Child Health Care, online first

2016

  1. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchelll Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2016) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers at the International SIDS, stillbirth, and Baby survival conference. Montevideo, Uruguay 8-10th September poster
  2. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchelll Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2016) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers at Canadian Society of History May, oral
  3. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchelll Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2016) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers at History of Medicine conference March, poster

2015

  1. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchelll Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers at Student Union Research Symposium University of Calgary, November 26, 2015 poster
  2. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchelll Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers at Third Annual Symposium Humanities in Healthcare Date & Time: November 19, 2015 – November 20, 2015 oral talk
  3. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchelll Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers,The 16th Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC16) will be held 3-8 November 2015, St. Paul’s University – Quezon City, Manila, the Philippines podcast
  4. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchell , Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) coverage in Canadian newspapers at AGM of SIDS Calgary October 19,. Poster
  5. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchelll Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers at BHSc research symposium University of Calgary, October 08, 2015 poster
  6. Ahmed Sadia, Mitchell , Ian and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Analysis of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome coverage in Canadian newspapers at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH CASCH September 4 – 5 in Banff. Poster

Khushi Arora (2021-)

2022

  1. Arora, Khushi, Wolbring Gregor (2022) Kinesiology, Physical Activity, Physical Education, and Sports through an Equity/Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Lens: A Scoping Review in sports 10(4) 55  https://doi.org/10.3390/sports10040055

2021

  1. Arora Khushi and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “EDI in Kinesiology, Sport, Physical Education, and Physical Activity: A Scoping Review  at the Student Union Undergraduate Student Research Symposium Nov 26 video

Shyrose Aujla (2015-2017)

2016

  1. Aujla Shyrose and Wolbring Gregor (2016) ‘Canadian Newspapers: A Source of Misrepresentation of Global Health Authors: Impact on disabled people at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Calgary, May 28-31
  2. Aujla Shyrose and Wolbring Gregor (2016) ‘Anticipatory Governance of Technological Innovation in Global Health as seen in Canadian Newspapers’ at Consortium of Universities for Global Health CUGH 2016 Conference which will be held in San Francisco April 9-11, Poster

2015

  1. Aujla Shyrose and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Canadian newspapers: Informing about global health in a limited fashion, at Student Union Research symposium, November 26th University of Calgary
  2. Aujla Shyrose and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Canadian newspapers: Informing about global health in a limited fashion, at CALWHO conference, November 14th University of Calgary
  3. Aujla Shyrose and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Canadian newspapers: Informing about global health in a limited fashion, at The 16th Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC16) will be held 3-8 November 2015, St. Paul’s University – Quezon City, Manila, the Philippines. podcast
  4. Aujla Shyrose and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Canadian newspapers: A source of misrepresentation of global health at 22nd Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Montreal, Canada 5-7 November oral talk in person
  5. Aujla Shyrose and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Canadian newspapers: Informing about global health in a limited fashion, at BHSc research symposium October 8th University of Calgary
  6. Aujla Shyrose and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Global health and social innovation: A content analysis of the phrase global health and its usage throughout Canadian newspapers: What influence does this have to its pursuit? at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH CASCH September 4 – 5 in Banff. Poster

Natalie Ball (2010-2013)

2015

  1. Ball, Natalie (2015) I was the preceptor and supervisor of Natalie but the rule of the publication was not to list preceptors/supervisors as co-author) “Eugenics through the Eyes of Nobel Laureates: Involvement in the Intentional Improvement of Man’s Inheritable Qualities from 1905-2010 In: Loewenau, A; Lucyk, K. and Stahnisch, F. W. (eds.): “Proceedings of the 21st History of Medicine Days at the University of Calgary”. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 2015, p.101-125. supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant 2014
  2. Ball, Natalie (2014) “Eugenics through the Eyes of Nobel Laureates” In: Petermann, L., Lucyk, K. and Stahnisch, F. W. (eds.): “Proceedings of the 21st History of Medicine Days at the University of Calgary”. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 2014, ca. 20 pp. (forthcoming).
  3. Wolbring, Gregor Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Ball Natalie, Yumakulov Sophya (2014) Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement with veterans and soldiers with injuries In WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation special issue on Soldier Rehabilitation online first DOI: 10.3233/WOR-141936 in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  4. Ball, Natalie and Wolbring Gregor (2014) “Cognitive Enhancement: Perceptions among parents of children with disabilities” In: Neuroethics Published online February 21,

2013

  1. Ball, Natalie and Wolbring, Gregor Neuroenhancement: at 2nd Inspire conference Podcast here
  2. Ball, Natalie and Wolbring, GregorG Portrayals of and Arguments around different Eugenic Practices: Past and Present at 2nd Inspire conference Paper here
  3. Wolbring Gregor Diep Lucy, Yumakulov Sophya, Ball Natalie, Leopatra Verlyn (2013) Emerging Therapeutic Enhancement Enabling Health Technologies and Their Discourses: What Is Discussed within the Health Domain? Healthcare 2013, 1(1), 20-52
  4. Ball, Natalie and Wolbring, Gregor Neuroenhancement: A possible new ‘normal’?  at Normalcy 2013 conference per podcast and twitter  3rd – Wed. 4th September 2013 – Sheffield Hallam University, UK, supported in part by a SSHRC grant Podcast here
  5. Ball Natalie and Wolbring Gregor (2013) The faces of eugenics: An exploration of the past, present and futurefor 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast here
  6. Ball Natalie and Wolbring Gregor (2013) Neuroenhancement: A Disability Studies Issue for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast here
  7. Wolbring G; Ball, N; Leopatra V (2013) History of Science and Technology (S&T) and Canadians with disabilities: Book Chapter (accepted by editor of book) ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and SSHRC CURA grant
  8. Wolbring, Gregor Diep, Lucy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Ball, Natalie; Yergens, Dean (2013) Social Robots, Brain Machine Interfaces and Neuro/Cognitive Enhancers: Three Emerging Science and Technology Products through the Lens of Technology Acceptance Theories, Models and Frameworks also has a supplementary file to be accessed at same link which is important Technologies 2013, 1(1), 3-25
  9. Ball, Natalie and Wolbring, Gregor Portrayals of and Arguments around different Eugenic Practices: Past and Present, in International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation; 12(2), article 2 in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and SSHRC CURA grant
  10. Wolbring, G.; Martin, A.; Ball, N. In Proceedings of Coverage of neuroenhancement beyond the normal: Canada and USA 13th Asian Bioethics Conference and the 6th UNESCO Asia Pacific School of Ethics Roundtable “Bioethics and Life: Security, Science and Society”, Asia Pacific Forum on Ethics and Social Justice: 2013.

2012

  1. Ball, Natalie, Gregor Wolbring (2012) Neuroenhancement beyond the normal: A topic for disability studies in development at Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  2. Ball, Natalie; Wolbring, Gregor Eugenics: The never ending threat to disabled people at Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 SSHRC CURA grant in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and SSHRC CURA grant
  3. Ball, N and Wolbring G Health Promotion through an Ableism lens  at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, Published in Abstract book
  4. Ball, N and Wolbring G Health Promotion through an Ableism lens  at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, University of Calgary Nov 29
  5. Ball, N and Wolbring G Enhancement and the Prospect of Techno-Poverty at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, University of Calgary Nov 29 (was accepted but we were asked to only bring one with us for the physical setting and we chose the health promotion one)
  6. Ball, N and Wolbring G Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA at Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada, CHICA-SA: Plug and Play (hosted by Southern Alberta Infection Control chapter) Oct 26-27 SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  7. Ball, N and Wolbring G Health Promotion through an Ableism lens  at Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada, CHICA-SA: Plug and Play (hosted by Southern Alberta Infection Control chapter) Oct 26-27
  8. Ball, N and Wolbring G Enhancement and the Prospect of Techno-Poverty October 24-26, 2012. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis  IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference will take place over three days: the first two days at the Hofburg Congress Center, Vienna, Approximately 800 participants are expected and about 150 scientific posters in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  9. Ball, N and Wolbring G Health Promotion through an Ableism lens at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada
  10. Ball, N and Wolbring G Neuroenhancement and Global Health at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  11. Ball, N and Wolbring G Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA at BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th, in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant   and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  12. Martin Angelica,Ball, Natalie, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiers BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th,
  13. Wolbring , Gregor and Ball, Natalie (2012) “Nanoscale science and technology and people with disabilities in Asia: An Ability expectation analysis”, in Nanoethics: Ethics for Technologies that Converge at the Nanoscale in Nanoethic online first July p 1-9 ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant
  14. Ball, Natalie; Wolbring, Gregor Eugenics: The never ending threat to disabled people at at Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK conference website contribution
  15. Ball, Natalie; Wolbring, Gregor Neuroenhancement: A Disability Studies Issue also impacting the global south Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK conference website contribution
  16. Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant   and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  17. Ball, Natalie, Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiers at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant poster
  18. Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy  September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua, Italy  Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant   and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  19. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy  September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua,  Italy Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  20. Ball, Natalie; Wolbring, Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Eugenics: The Never Ending Threat To Disabled People podcast supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  21. Ball, Natalie; Wolbring, Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Eugenics: The Never Ending Threat To Disabled People podcast supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant Poster
  22. Wolbring, Gregor; Ball, Natalie(2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Nanoscale Science And Technology And People With Disabilities In Asia: An Ability Expectation Analysis podcast ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grantAbstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  23. Wolbring, Gregor; Ball, Natalie(2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Nanoscale Science And Technology And People With Disabilities In Asia: An Ability Expectation Analysis podcast ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Podcast
  24. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers podcast ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  25. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers podcast ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  26. Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant   and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  27. Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  28. Ball, N History of Eugenics for NZ conference August 04 Podca; Poster supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant
  29. Ball, Natalie, Wolbring Gregor (2012) International Innovation Forum Ward for the 21st century W21c.org July 26 Poster: Neuroenhancement: From Technology to Policy Poster  ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  30. Ball, Natalie (2012) Oral Presentation: Neuroenhancement beyond the normal: A topic for disability studies in development at Canadian Disability Studies conference June 1st; ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  31. Ball, Natalie, Wolbring, Gregor (2012) Poster Title: Nobel Laureates, Neuroscience and Eugenics at the 2012 21st History of Medicine Days, International Conference, University of Calgary March 12 supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant

2011

  1. Martin, Angelica Ball, Natalie, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring, Gregor (2011) Poster Title: Veterans and human enhancement discourse, Student Union Poster competition, UofC; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary Poster
  2. Ball, Natalie, Wolbring, Gregor (2011) Poster Title: Neuro-enhancement discourses in Canada and USA, Student Union Poster competition, UofC ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  3. Ball, Natalie (2011) Oral presentation Title: An analysis of eugenic arguments 1900-present and implications for disability studies at Canadian Disability Studies conference ; supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant
  4. Ball, Natalie (2011) Oral presentation Title: Eugenics through the eyes of Nobel Laureates Presented at the 20th history of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant Poster
  5. Ball, Natalie, Wolbring, Gregor (2011) Poster Title: Nobel Laureats, Neuroscience and Eugenics at the 2011 BHSC Research Symposium supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant Poster
  6. Ball, Natalie (2011) Guest contribution Eugenics and contemporary disability studies to the Equity matters blog of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences; supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant
  7. Ball, Natalie, Wolbring, Gregor (2011) Poster Title: Nobel Laureates, Neuroscience and Eugenics; at the “Student History of Neuroscience Poster Workshop” – June-22 of the 16th International Society for the History of the Neurosciences (ISHN) and the 43rd International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences (Cheiron) meeting; supported in part by a SSHRC CURA grant Poster

Gulshan Baloch (2020)

  1. The Wolbpack (Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina, Jamal Al-deen, Fatima, Salvatore, Chiara, Baloch Gulshan) and Gregor Wolbring (August 21, 2020) One hour Zoom discussions with members of the public (8) that watched the three winners and three runner up of the BIO·FICTION 2019 Neurotechnology Short Film Competition  before the Zoom session Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

Ashley Blackmore (2015-2016)

2016

  1. Blackmore Ashley  and Wolbring Gregor (2016) Engagement of Physiotherapy with Science, Technology and Innovation Governance: An Essential for Increasing the Usefulness of Physiotherapy for Disabled People at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Calgary, May 28-31

Alshaba Billawala (2011-2012)

2014

  1. Billawala, Alshaba and Wolbring Gregor (2014) “Analyzing the discourse surrounding Autism in the New York Times using an ableism lens”.In Disability Studies Quarterly Vol 34(1), no page number 2012
  2. Billawala A, Wolbring G  Autism discourse in the New York Times: Implication for the health discourses at Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 Poster
  3. Billawala A, Wolbring G  Autism discourse in the New York Times: Implication for the health discourses at Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada, CHICA-SA 2012: Plug and Play (hosted by Southern Alberta Infection Control chapter) Oct 26-27 Poster
  4. Billawala A, Wolbring G  Autism discourse in the New York Times: Implication for the health discourses BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th, Poster
  5. Billawala A, Wolbring G  Autism discourse in the New York Times: Implication for the health discourses at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan Poster
  6. Billawala A, Wolbring G   Impact of perception on global health: Example of Autism discourse in the New York Times at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada
  7. Billawala, Alshaba and Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Impact of Perception on Global Health: Example of autism Discourse in New York Times Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  8. Billawala, Alshaba and Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Impact of Perception on Global Health: Example of autism Discourse in New York Times Poster
  9. Billawala, Alshaba (2012) History of Autism through the NYT at the Society for Disability Studies 25th Annual Conference: “Collaborations, Cultures, and Communities”, Denver, June 20 – 23, 2012 Poster
  10. Wolbring, Gregor, Billawala, Alshaba and Galloway, Jenna (2012) Autism and Neuro-ability expectations; Talk at conference on Social, Political, and Ethical Perspectives on Autism at Bergen Community College, USA April 28th Skype session
  11. Billawala, Alshaba (2012) History of Autism through the NYT Poster at the 21th history of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary March 12 Poster

Niklas Bobrovitz (2008)

  1. Presentation at the 2008 IGEM competition

Brigid Burke (2010)

  1. Wolbring, Gregor and Burke Brigid (2013) Reflecting on Education for Sustainable Development through Two Lenses: Ability Studies and Disability Studies Sustainability 5(6), 2327-2342
  2. Burke, B; and Wolbring, G. Beyond Education for All: Using ableism studies lens and the BIAS FREE framework. Development 2010; 53 (4):535-539.

Emily Chai (2014-2017)

2016

  1. Chai, Tsing-Yee (Emily) and Wolbring Gregor (2016) The portrayal of occupational therapy and occupational science in Canadian newspapers: A content analysis in Societies 6(2):article 18 Its part of a special issue “Exploring Human Doing through an Occupational Lens” guest editors Dr. Nick Pollard and Dr. Dikaios Sakellariou 
  2. Wolbring Gregor and Chai Emily (2016) Investigating Occupational Therapy: from Disability Studies to Ability Studies Chapter 23, pp 211-219 in Occupational Therapy without Borders new edition for 2016: Editors Nick Pollard and Dikaios Sakellariou, Elsevier Publisher
  3. Chai, Emily and Wolbring, Gregor (2016) Portrayal of Occupational Therapy (OT) in The Globe and Mail: From first appearance (1918) to 2014 at the Critical Juncture Conference April (Poster)
  4. Chai, Emily and Wolbring, Gregor (2016) Portrayal of Occupational Therapy (OT) in The Globe and Mail: From first appearance (1918) to 2014 at the Canadian Association of Occupational therapy annual conference April 19-22, 2016 in Banff (Poster)
  5. Chai, Emily and Wolbring, Gregor (2016) Moving Occupational Therapy Beyond the Medical: the role of newspapers at 76th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 29 – April 2, 2016 oral talk

2015

  1. Chai, Emily and Wolbring, Gregor (2015) Portrayal of Occupational Therapy (OT) in The Globe and Mail: From first appearance (1918) to 2014 at student union research symposium, November 26th, Unversity of Calgary
  2. Chai, Emily and Wolbring, Gregor (2015) Moving Occupational Therapy Beyond the Medical” at Canadian Disability Studies Conference June 2, 2015, podcast here
  3. Chai, Emily and Wolbring, Gregor (2015) Portrayal of Occupational Therapy (OT) in The Globe and Mail: From first appearance (1918) to 2014; at the 6th West Coast Symposium in the History of Medicine at the University of Calgary (MAY 1-2, 2015).
  4. Chai, Emily, and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Portrayal of Occupational Therapy (OT) in The Globe and Mail: From first appearance (1918) to 2014; at the 24th History of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary March 7,

Jennifer Cheung (2013-2016)

2017

  1. Cheung Jennifer and Wolbring Gregor (2017), Staff’s Views From One Canadian Organ Procurement Organization on Organ Donation and Organ Transplant Technologies: A Content Analysis in Nanoethics online first

2015

  1. Cheung Jennifer and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Organ Donation Program (ODP) Staff’s Perceptions of Applicable Organ Donation and Organ Transplant (ODOT) Technologies: A Content Analysis BHSC research symposium October 8 oral talk
  2. Cheung, Jennifer, Wolbring Gregor (2015) Analysis of the science and technology narrative within organ donation and transplantation coverage in Canadian newspapers in Technologies 3(2), 74-93; doi:10.3390/technologies3020074 2014
  3. Cheung, Jennifer and Wolbring, Gregor Historical Analysis of Canadian Newspaper Coverage of Organ Transplant and Organ Donation ” at the BHSC Undergraduate research symposium Oct 5, 2014 poster
  4. Cheung, Jennifer and Wolbring, Gregor A Media Analysis of Organ Donation and Transplants through a Disability Studies lens”(podcast) at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association Annual Conference May 28-30, 2014
  5. Cheung, Jennifer and Wolbring, Gregor A Media Analysis of Organ Donation and Transplants through a Disability Studies Lens at Pacific Rim Disability conference May 19, 2014 virtual
  6. Cheung, Jennifer and Wolbring, Gregor Historical Analysis of Canadian Newspaper Coverage of Organ Transplant and Organ Donation at History of Medicine Conference hosted by the University of Calgary

2013

  1. Cheung, Jennifer and Wolbring, Gregor Media analysis of Organ Donation and Transplant: Ethical Implications 14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India poster
  2. Jennifer Cheung and Gregor Wolbring Media Analysis on Health and Human Security in relation to Organ Transplants and Donations Poster at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta Poster
  3. Cheung Jennifer and Wolbring, Gregor A Media Analysis of Organ Transplants and Donations through a disability studies lens BHSC research symposium Faculty of Medicine, Calgary October 10 Poster
  4. Cheung Jennifer and Wolbring, Gregor Representation of Social Groups in Newspaper Coverage of Organ Transplants and Donations at 2nd Inspire conference poster

Dana De Bok (2012)

2012

  1. De Bok Dana, Wolbring, G  Anticipating science and technology enabled emerging forms of bullying: Also an issue for disabled peopleat Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30, Poster
  2. De Bok Dana, Wolbring, G   Future of bullying and global health 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada Poster
  3. de Bok, Dana; Wolbring Gregor Anticipating science and technology enabled emerging forms of bullying: A health issue at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan Poster
  4. Disability and the Majority World Anticipating science and technology enabled emerging forms of bullying: A global south issue at The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK conference website contribution
  5. De Bok Dana; Wolbring, Gregor 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 The Future Of Bullying For People With Disabilities Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  6. De Bok Dana; Wolbring, Gregor 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 The Future Of Bullying For People With Disabilities Poster

Lucy Diep (2012-2017)

2017

  1. Diep (2017) Anticipatory Governance, Anticipatory Advocacy, Knowledge Brokering, and the State of Disabled People’s Rights Advocacy in Canada: Perspectives of Two Canadian Cross-Disability Rights Organizations Master thesis in University repository

2016

  1. Diep Lucy (2017) Contested (disability) futurities in institutional care: Disenfranchized disability identities and knowledges in Canadian polity”, at Canadian Disability Studies Association-Association Canadienne des Études sur l’Incapacité (CDSA-ACÉI) 2017 Annual Conference, May 30-June 2
  2. Wolbring Gregor, Diep Lucy, Djebrouni Manel, Guzman Gilary and Johnson Mikaela (2016) Utilities of and barriers to ‘Community Scholar’ as an identity In Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Equality and Diversity Volume 2 (2) no page number PDF here
  3. Wolbring, G.; Diep, L.(2016) The Discussions around Precision Genetic Engineering: Role of and Impact on Disabled People Laws5(3), 37; doi: 10.3390/laws5030037 for metrics
  4. Diep Lucy and Wolbring Gregor (2016) Perspectives of Canadian Disability Rights Organizations on the Current State of Disability Advocacy in Canada and the Implications for Anticipatory Governance at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Calgary, May 28-31 (work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC category), awarded to Lucy Diep)
  5. Diep Lucy (2016) Workshop 8: Science, technology and innovation governance for the 2030 agenda Contribution of People with disabilities to the sciences and technologies development at Disabled Peoples’ International (DPI) Global Conference on the Advancement of the CRPD through the 2030 Agenda: No-one Left Behind, in Cairo, Egypt. March 19, Workshop was virtual.
  6. Wolbring, G.; Diep, L. Cognitive enhancement through an ability studies lens. In Cognitive enhancement, Jotterand, F.; Dubljevic, V., Eds. Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2016; pp 57-75 (work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC category), awarded to Lucy Diep)

2015

  1. Diep, Lucy; Cabibihan John-John and Wolbring Gregor Social Robots: Views of special education teachers p 160-164 in Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on ICTs for improving Patients Rehabilitati on Research Techniques 01st-02nd of October 2015 University Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologías Lisbon, Portugal Editors: Habib M. Fardoun, Pedro Gamito, Víctor M. R. Penichet, Daniyal M. Alghazzawi
  2. Diep Lucy and Wolbring Gregor “Perceptions of Brain-Machine Interface Technology among Mothers of Disabled Children“. in Disability Studies Quarterly, Volume 35/4 December 16,2015
  3. Diep L and Wolbring G (2015) Social Robots and Spdcial Education Teachers at Rehab 2015 http://rehab-workshop.org/ Oct 2, 2015 podcast
  4. Lucy Diep and Gregor Wolbring “Governing Ability Expectations for Technology Development: A Privileged Discourse?” at 2020 Vision for Humanity Symposium: Toward Human Security Worldwide, Calgary March 27, 2015 (work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC category), awarded to Lucy Diep)

2014

  1. Wolbring, Gregor and Diep Lucy (2014) Engaging with technology governance in social work education: An essential for preparing future social work(ers) in International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education Volume 17(2), 63-75 a slightly different version is online in the University dspace repository with approval of the journal(work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC category), awarded to Lucy Diep)
  2. Lucy Diep, John-John Cabibihan and Gregor Wolbring Social robotics through an anticipatory governance lens In: M. Beetz et al. (eds.) Proc. ICSR 2014, LNAI, vol. 8755, p. 116-125, Springer, Berlin,(work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC category), awarded to Lucy Diep)
  3. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring Gregor (2014) Anticipatory Advocacy and Anticipatory Governance of Scientific Research and Technology Development: What Does It Mean for Ability-Impaired Labeled Groups? at Complicating Norma lcy: Disability, Technology, and Society in the Twenty-First CenturySymposium University of Rochester, NY, USA Nov 14 podcast virtual
  4. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor (2014) Governing Ability Expectations: A Prerequisite (or Accompanied) Goal to the Democratization of Technology at Democratizing Technologies conference at CNS-UCSB Nov 13-15 USA in person Lucy Diep poster presentation work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC categor), awarded to Lucy Diep and travel grant by the conference organizers
  5. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor (2014) Anticipatory advocacy and anticipatory governance of scientific research and technology development: What does it mean for health policy practice and research? at 21st annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Ottawa, Canada 2-4 November in person poster presentation work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC categor), awarded to Lucy Diep
  6. Wolbring Gregor and Lucy Diep (2014) Social work, technology governance and people with disabilities at 15th Asian Bioethics Conference, in Beppu and Kumamoto Japan, November 1-9, podcast (work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC categor), awarded to Lucy Diep)
  7. Lucy Diep John-John Cabibihan (Qatar University) , Gregor Wolbring Anticipatory Governance of Social robotics at 15th Asian Bioethics Conference 1-9 November 2014 in Beppu and Kumamoto, Japan podcast (work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC categor), awarded to Lucy Diep)
  8. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor Anticipatory Governance of scientific and technological advancement: What does this mean for Ability-Diverse Groups of the Global South at 15th Asian Bioethics Conference 1-9 November 2014 in Beppu and Kumamoto, Japan podcast (work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC categor), awarded to Lucy Diep)
  9. Lucy Diep, John-John Cabibihan (Professor Qatar University) and Gregor Wolbring Social robotics through an anticipatory governance lens at International Conference of Social Robotics, Sydney Australia Oct 28 (work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC categor), awarded to Lucy Diep)
  10. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor Anticipatory Advocacy, Innovations, and People with Disabilities” at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference May 28-30 (work supported by a Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s award (SSHRC categor), awarded to Lucy Diep)
  11. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor “Brain-Machine Interface: Perceptions Among Parents of Children with Disabilities” at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference May 28-30

2013

  1. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor Brain Machine interfaces and Other Communication Technologies and the Views of Staff of a Disability Service Organization 14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India poster
  2. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor Brain-machine interface and sub-vocal recognition device: A new ‘normal way of language communication”? Perceptions of parents with children with disabilities on these emerging technologies14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India Podcast
  3. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor Brain-machine interface and sub-vocal recognition device: A new ‘normal way of language communication”? Perceptions of parents with children with disabilities on these emerging technologies at 2nd Inspire conference Podcast
  4. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor Who Needs to Fit in? Who Gets to Stand out? Communication Technologies Including Brain-Machine Interfaces Revealed from the Perspectives of Special Education School Teachers Through an Ableism Lens at 2nd Inspire conference
  5. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, Gregor Brain-machine interface and sub-vocal recognition device: A new ‘normal way of language communication”? Perceptions of parents with children with disabilities on these emerging technologies  at Normalcy 2013 conference per podcast and twitter  3rd – Wed. 4th September 2013 – Sheffield Hallam University, UK, supported in part by a SSHRC grant Podcast
  6. Wolbring Gregor Diep Lucy, Yumakulov Sophya, Ball Natalie, Leopatra Verlyn (2013) Emerging Therapeutic Enhancement Enabling Health Technologies and Their Discourses: What Is Discussed within the Health Domain? Healthcare 2013, 1(1), 20-52
  7. Diep Lucy and Wolbring Gregor (2013) New age communication technologies: Challenges to our changing expectations of abilities and the future of education for people with disabilities for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast
  8. Diep Lucy and Wolbring Gregor (2013) Brain-machine interface and sub-vocal recognition device: Perceptions of parents with children with disabilities on emerging technologies for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast
  9. Wolbring, Gregor Diep, Lucy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Ball, Natalie; Yergens, Dean (2013) Social Robots, Brain Machine Interfaces and Neuro/Cognitive Enhancers: Three Emerging Science and Technology Products through the Lens of Technology Acceptance Theories, Models and Frameworks also has a supplementary file to be accessed at same link which is important Technologies 2013, 1(1), 3-25
  10. Diep Lucy and Wolbring Gregor Who Needs to Fit in? Who Gets to Stand out? Communication Technologies Including Brain-Machine Interfaces Revealed from the Perspectives of Special Education School Teachers Through an Ableism Lens Educ. Sci., 3(1), 30-49.

2012

  1. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, G  New age communication technologies: Challenges to our changing expectations of abilities and the future of education for people with disabilities at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30, Poster
  2. Diep, Lucy and Wolbring, G    The new age of communication technologies: Will our changing expectations of abilities impact the future of education of people with disabilities? at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada Poster
  3. Diep, Lucy, Wolbring Gregor Look At The Influence Of Communication Technology Advancements From The Perspective Of Special Education School Teachers: Impact On Education For People With Disabilities at Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada, CHICA-SA: Plug and Play (hosted by Southern Alberta Infection Control chapter) Oct 26-27 Podcast Poster
  4. Diep, Lucy, Wolbring Gregor Look At The Influence Of Communication Technology Advancements From The Perspective Of Special Education School Teachers: Impact On Education For People With Disabilities BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th Podcast , Poster
  5. Diep, Lucy, Wolbring Gregor New age communication technologies: Challenging our education policy for people with disabilities at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan Podcast Poster
  6. Diep, Lucy, Wolbring Gregor New age communication technologies: Challenges to our changing expectations of abilities and the future of education for people with disabilities at .Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK conference web site contribution
  7. Diep, Lucy, Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 A Look At The Influence Of Communication Technology Advancements From The Perspective Of Special Education School Teachers: Impact On Education For People With Disabilities Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  8. Diep, Lucy, Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 A Look At The Influence Of Communication Technology Advancements From The Perspective Of Special Education School Teachers: Impact On Education For People With Disabilities Podcast
  9. Diep, Lucy, Yumakulov, Sophya, Wolbring Gregor (2012) International Innovation Forum Ward for the 21st century W21c.org June 26 Innovations – Communication Tools and Education: Implications for Policy Poster

Rochelle Deloria (2017-2021)

2020

  1. Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina  and Gregor Wolbring (2020) Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) Discovery day workshop at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, November 06, 2020 (virtual) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Deloria, Rochelle and Wolbring Gregor (2020) Post-Secondary Students as Knowledge Producers: A Concurrent Mixed-Methods Survey on The Perspectives of Filipino and Filipino-Canadian Students at Student Union Research Symposium University of Calgary, November ,  video (no face to face due to covid)
  3. Gregor Wolbring & members of the WolbPack, Aspen Lillywhite, Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil, Manel Djebrouni (2020)
    Ability expectation and Ableism governance: A prerequisite of an accessible future at Millie Blum Disability Studies Conference,  Israel (virtual)   September 8, 2020 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  4. The Wolbpack (Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina, Jamal Al-deen, Fatima, Salvatore, Chiara, Baloch Gulshan) and Gregor Wolbring (August 21, 2020) One hour Zoom discussions with members of the public (8) that watched the three winners and three runner up of the BIO·FICTION 2019 Neurotechnology Short Film Competition  before the Zoom session Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  5. Wolbring Gregor,  Deloria Rochelle, Lillywhite Aspen, Villamil Valentina (2020) “Ability Expectation and Ableism Peace,” in Peace Review, Issue 31(4): 449-458 Disability and Peace, with Guest Editor Emily Nusbaum.
  6. Villamil, Valentina, Deloria Rochelle, Wolbring Gregor (2020) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: What is the role of social workers, occupational therapists, audiologists, nurses and speech language pathologists according to academic literature and Canadian newspaper coverage?p. 83-87 in REHAB ’19: Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on ICTs for improving Patients Rehabilitation Research Techniques at Popayán, Colombia, Universidad de CaucaPopayán-Colombia 11-13 September, 2019 Editors: Habib M. Fardoun,, Sergio Albiol Pérez,, Ahlam A. M. Hassan, Elena de la Guia; DOI:10.1145/3364138; Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  7. Deloria, Rochelle and Wolbring Gregor (2020) Nurse Involvement in Neurotechnology Discussions: The Use of Lifelong Learning at Technology and Citizenship: 16th Annual Conference on Citizenship by The Center for the Study of Citizenship, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA, as April but postponed to March 2021 due to Coronavirus situation (we present by skype but rest of the participants don’t therefore it was cancelled Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2019

  1. Deloria Rochelle and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Neuroadvancements and the Role of Nurses as stated in Academic Literature and Canadian Newspapers at 20th Asian Bioethics Conference Dhaka Bangladesh 22-25 November virtual; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina  and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) (two workshops on the same day)  Two Discovery day workshops at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, October 25, 2019; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Deloria, Rochelle and Wolbring, Gregor  (2019) A Role Perspective of Nurse Involvement in Neurotechnology Discussions: The Use of Lifelong Learning  at Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 10, 2019 poster (only option); Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  4. Villamil, Valentina, Deloria Rochelle and Wolbring Gregor  (2019) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: What is the Role of Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Audiologists, Nurses and Speech Language Pathologists According to Academic Literature and Canadian Newspaper Coverage? Presented at REHAB 2019 WORKSHOP 5TH WORKSHOP ON ICTS FOR IMPROVING PATIENTS REHABILITATION RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Popayán, Colombia 11 a 13 de Septiembre, 2019 Universidad de CaucaPopayán-Colombia (virtual). Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  5. Deloria, Rochelle, and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Neuro-advancements and the Role of Nurses as stated in Academic Literature and Canadian Newspapers in Societies Societies20199(3), 61 DOI 10.3390/soc9030061 open access; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  6. Rochelle Deloria and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage Of Neuroethics And Disabled People In Academic Literature at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Vancouver Canada, June 1-3 oral talk Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  7. Rochelle Deloria and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage Of Neuroethics And Disabled People In Academic Literature at Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24 oral talk Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  8. Rochelle Deloria and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Neuroadvancements And The Role Of Nurses As Stated In Academic Literature And Canadian Newspaper at Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24 oral talk; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  9. Deloria, Rochelle, and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Neuroadvancements and the Role of Nurses as stated in Academic Literature and Newspaper at 15th Annual Nurse Practitioner Conference April 5/6 by Nurse Practitioner Association of Alberta Calgary, Nurse Practitioner Association of Alberta Poster;  Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  10. Rochelle Deloria and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage of Neuroethics and Disabled People as Active Citizens in Academic Literature at Technology and Citizenship: 16th Annual Conference on Citizenship by The Center for the Study of Citizenship, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA, March 21-23; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  11. Deloria, Rochelle, and Wolbring, Gregor “Coverage of Neuroethics and Disabled People in Academic Literature (2019) at Calgary World Health Organization simulation CalWHO Global Health Fair January 13; poster only option rescheduled foer November 2019;  Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2018

  1. Rochelle Deloria  and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Coverage of Neuroethics and Disabled People in Academic Literature at Student Union Research Symposium University of Calgary, November 30,  poster (only option); Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Artificial intelligence and machine learning: What is the role of social workers, occupational therapists, audiologists, nurses and speech language pathologists according to academic literature and newspaper coverage?  AI Day at University of Calgary Nov. 29;  Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Gregor Wolbring, Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil, Aspen Lillywhite (2018) STEMS Colloquium Series; University of Calgary October 24, 2018
    Role and Imagery Narrative Research: Opportunities for Cross-Cutting Research in the Social Dimensions of Science. The Case of Disabled People, Disabled Students and Health Professionals; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  4. Aspen Lillywhite,  Rochelle Deloria, Valentina  Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) (two workshops on the same day)  Discovery day workshop at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, October 19, 2018
  5. Rochelle Deloria  and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Neuroadvancements and the Role of Nurses as stated in Academic Literature and Newspaper Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 11, 2018 poster (only option)

Manel Djebrouni (2016-2019)

2020

  1. Djebrouni Manel and Wolbring Gregor (2020) Social Workers as Professionals and Citizens: The Case of Governance of Neuroscientific and Neurotechnological Advancements in International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education  23(2) pages 22-43 open access Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Gregor Wolbring & members of the WolbPack, Aspen Lillywhite, Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil, Manel Djebrouni (2020) Ability expectation and Ableism governance: A prerequisite of an accessible future at Millie Blum Disability Studies Conference,  Israel (virtual)   September 8, 2020 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2019

  1. Djebrouni, Manel, Phelan, Shanon, Aldersey, Heather and Wolbring, Gregor  (2019) Utility of Science, Technology and Innovation Governance for occupational discourses from the Perspective of Occupational Therapy Students; Accepted  for publication in WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation (expected to be published spring/summer 2019)
  2. Djebrouni, Manel and Wolbring, Gregor  (2019) Impact of robotics and human enhancement on occupation: what does it mean for rehabilitation? in Disability and Rehabilitation (latest article section
  3. Wolbring Gregor and Djebrouni Manel (2019) Motivated Reasoning (MR) and the BIAS FREE Framework @Risk project  blog piece
  4. Manel Djebrouni and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Using Lifelong Learning Mechanisms To Partake In Neuro-governance Discussions: The Case Of Social Workers And Occupational Therapists at Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24 oral presentation (Ideas Forum); Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017, unfortunatelycouldc not attend
  5. Manel Djebrouni and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Social Workers as Active Citizens: Using Lifelong Learning Mechanisms to Partake in Discussions around the Governance of Neurotechnologies at CRDS Connector (Community meets faculty of CRDS and the projects of our students), University of Calgary,  April 10, 2019 Poster;roject Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  6. Manel Djebrouni and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Using Lifelong Learning Mechanisms to Lead Discussions Around the Governance of Emerging Technologies (this talk covers results of interviews of social workers and occupational therapists) at Technology and Citizenship: 16th Annual Conference on Citizenship
    by The Center for the Study of Citizenship, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA, March 21-23; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2018

  1. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2018)  Occupational Therapists as Active Citizens: Using Lifelong Learning Mechanisms to Partake in Discussions around the Governance of Neurotechnologies at Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 11, 2018 poster (only option); Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2018) Governance of Scientific and Technological Innovations and Advancements through the lens of Occupational Concepts; at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH! (CASCH), a graduate student conference with very few senior undergraduates like Manel September 14-15 poster
  3. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2018) Utility of Scientific and Technology Governance from the Perspective of Occupational Therapy Student at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH! (CASCH), a graduate student conference with very few senior undergraduates like Manel September 14-15 poster
  4. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2018) Governance of Scientific and Technological Innovations and Advancements through the lens of Occupational Concepts; Student Showcase section Poster and having to explain things (19 showcases)  at Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference CUCSC, this year at the  University of Calgary, many Industry leaders such as James Gosling
  5. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2018) Motivated Reasoning and Disabled People at Canadian Disability Studies Association Conference May 27-29 Regina, Canada

2017

  1. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2017) Motivated Reasoning and Disabled People: at Bachelor of Health Sciences Research Symposium Oct 26, 2017 poster
  2. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2017) Motivated Reasoning and Ethics at 18th ASIAN BIOETHICS CONFERENCE October 25-28, 2017. This event will be hosted by Yooilhan Hall, Avison Biomedical Research Center, Yonsei University Health System, Seoul, Korea  in collaboration with Asian Bioethics Association and National Bioethics Commission ; Abstract published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) 27 (6) November 2017

2016

  1. Wolbring Gregor, Diep Lucy, Djebrouni Manel, Guzman Gilary and Johnson Mikaela (2016) Utilities of and barriers to ‘Community Scholar’ as an identity In Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Equality and Diversity Volume 2 (2) no page number PDF here
  2. Djebrouni, Manel, and Wolbring, Gregor (2016) Occupational Concepts and Governance of Science and Technology at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, University of Calgary December 1 .poster
  3. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2016) Occupational Concepts and Governance of Science and Technology at 17th ASIAN BIOETHICS CONFERENCE November 14-17, 2016. This event will be hosted by Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia in collaboration with Asian Bioethics Association and National Bioethics Commission podcast Abstract published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) 27 (5) September 2017
  4. Djebrouni, Manel, Wolbring, Gregor. (2016) Occupational Concepts and Governance of Science and Technology Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium October 13, poster

Seyyed Ghaderi (2009-2011)

2011

  1. Ghaderi, Seyyed Jack, T. and Wolbring, G (2011) Water Discourse in Alberta, Education piece
  2. Ghaderi, Seyyed Jack, T.and Wolbring, G (2011) Metagenomics: Education piece

2009

  1. Wolbring Gregor and Ghaderi, Seyyed, 2009 Annotated Bibliography on Energy from Hydrocarbon Discourse
  2. Wolbring Gregor and Ghaderi, Seyyed , 2009 Annotated Bibliography on Metagenomics
  3. Wolbring Gregor and Ghaderi, Seyyed , 2009 Annotated Bibliography on Water Discourse
  4. Wolbring Gregor and Ghaderi, Seyyed, 2009) Annotated Bibliography on Energy and Climate Change Discourse,
  5. Wolbring Gregor and Ghaderi, Seyyed, 2009) Annotated Bibliography Reactions after the Copenhagen Conference (COP-15),

Gilary Guzman (2016-2017)

  1. Wolbring Gregor, Diep Lucy, Djebrouni Manel, Guzman Gilary and Johnson Mikaela (2016) Utilities of and barriers to ‘Community Scholar’ as an identity In Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Equality and Diversity Volume 2 (2) no page number PDF here
  2. Guzman Gilary, Wolbring, Gregor (2016) Governance of Science, Technology, Innovation (STI): A Conflict Narrative at 17th ASIAN BIOETHICS CONFERENCE November 14-17, 2016. This event will be hosted by Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia in collaboration with Asian Bioethics Association and National Bioethics Commission podcast
  3. Guzman Gilary, Wolbring, Gregor (2016) No Conflict? Content Analysis of the Use of the Concept of Conflict in relation to Disabled People Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium October 13, poster

Hannah Holitzki (2015-2017)

2016

  1. Holitzki Hannah, Clement Fiona (2016) Legalizing cannabis around the world and in Alberta: A comparative policy analysis at Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium October 13 oral talk
  2. Holitzki Hannah, Clement Fiona (2016) Legalizing cannabis around the world and in Alberta: A comparative policy analysis at Fourth annual Campus Alberta Student Conference on Health (CASCH), September 10-11 poster
  3. Holitzki Hannah and Wolbring, Gregor (2015) Responsible Innovation and Disability Studies, Disability Rights, and Disabled People Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Calgary, May 28-31
  4. Holitzki, Hannah and Wolbring Gregor (2016) Responsible Innovation and Ethics: A need for Globalization in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 26(1) p 11-18
  5. Holitzki Hannah (2016) Workshop 8: Science, technology and innovation governance for the 2030 agenda Contribution of People with disabilities to the sciences and technologies development at Disabled Peoples’ International (DPI) Global Conference on the Advancement of the CRPD through the 2030 Agenda: No-one Left Behind, in Cairo, Egypt. March 19, Workshop was virtual.

2015

  1. Holitzki Hannah and Wolbring, Gregor (2015) Responsible innovation and social work: Social Work and Responsible Innovation at Student Union Research Symposium, November 26th, University of Calgary
  2. Holitzki Hannah and Wolbring, Gregor (2015) Responsible innovation and social work: Social Work and Responsible Innovation atat CALWHO conference, November 14th University of Calgary
  3. Holitzki Hannah and Wolbring Gregor (2015)“The Geography of the Responsible Innovation academic discourse: A need for Globalization” at The 16th Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC16) will be held 3-8 November 2015, St. Paul’s University – Quezon City, Manila, the Philippines.podcast
  4. Holitzki Hannah and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Responsible innovation: an opportunity for the engagement of the global health community at 22nd Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Montreal, Canada 5-7 November poster
  5. Holitzki Hannah and Wolbring, Gregor (2015) Responsible innovation and social work: Social Work and Responsible Innovation at the international SNET conference From nanotechnologies to emerging technologies;towards a global responsibility S.Net Conference 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Canada October 18-21, 2015 oral talk live

Emily Hutcheon (2011-2015)

2015

  1. Master thesis in University repository
  1. Hutcheon Emily and Wolbring Gregor (2013) “Cripping” Resilience: Contributions from Disability Studies to Resilience Theory in Media and Culture16(5)
  2. Hutcheon, Emily “Resilience: (2013) A marginalizing concept for individuals and families with diverse abilities” for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast here
  3. Hutcheon, Emily and Wolbring Gregor Deconstructing the Resilience Concept Using an Ableism Lens: Implications for People with Diverse Abilities in Dilemata Int. J. of Applied Ethics 5(11):235-252
  4. Hutcheon, Emily Resilience: A marginalizing concept for individuals and families with diverse abilities at Society of Disability Studies Conference, Orlando, USA, June 26-29, Poster,
  5. Hutcheon, Emily Resilience: A
  6. marginalizing concept for individuals and families with diverse abilities at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Victoria, Canada, June 5-7
  7. Hutcheon, Emily Resilience: A marginalizing concept for individuals and families with diverse abilities at Canadian Sociology Association Conference, Victoria, Canada, June 5-7

2012

  1. Wolbring, Gregor, Mosig Kelie and Hutcheon, Emily (2012) Ability Privilege an underused concept at Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 poster  in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant
  2. Hutcheon, Emily (2012) an exploration of constructs of ‘resilience’ and ‘vulnerability’ as they apply to disabled people at Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 Poster  in part supported by Joseph Bombardier Scholarship Master award from SSHRC
  3. Hutcheon, Emily (2012) Identities amidst social constructions of ability difference: Voices of self-identified ‘disabled’ post-secondary student at Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 oral
  4. Hutcheon, Emily, (2012) “Impact of ableist discourses and ableist policy on the embodied experience of students in post-secondary education, on Invited Interdisciplinary Plenary Session: “Schooling Bodies” Conferene Theorizing the Body, Embodiment and Body-Practices: at ” Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy, Calgary, Alberta CSWIP, Oct 26-28, 2012 Mount Royal University Calgary, AB
  5. Hutcheon, Emily (2012) an exploration of constructs of ‘resilience’ and ‘vulnerability’ as they apply to disabled people oral presentation at the Society for Disability Studies 25th Annual Conference: “Collaborations, Cultures, and Communities”, Denver, June 20 – 23, 2012 Poster
  6. Hutcheon, E (2012) Oral Presentation An exploration of constructs of ‘resilience’ and ‘vulnerability’ as they apply to disabled people Canadian Disability Studies conference May 31st
  7. Hutcheon, E (2012) Oral presentation An exploration of construct of resilience and the creation of ‘resilient’ and ‘non-resilient’ categories of ability-diverse (‘disabled’) people CSA Annual Conferences May 30
  8. Hutcheon E (2012) Oral presenting at 8th Annual Critical Disability Studies Graduate Conference on April 14th, 2012 at York University, Toronto
  9. Hutcheon E (2012) spoke at equity panel of Sociology Dept University of Calgary Feb 15
  10. Hutcheon, J Emily and Wolbring G (2012) Voices of ‘disabled’ post-secondary students: Examining higher education ‘disability’ policy using an ableism lens, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education 5(1), 39-49.
  11. Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Guest contribution‘ Disability’ Policy and Equity in Higher Education; to the Equity Matters blog of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences;

2011

  1. Leopatra, Verlyn, Noga, Jacqueline and Hutcheon, Emily (2011 Guest contribution) Able People, Disabling World: Unequal Access to Water to the Equity Matters blog of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences;
  2. Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Identities amidst social constructions of ability difference: Voices of self-identified ‘disabled’ post-secondary students presentation at 2011 Canadian Disability Studies conference
  3. Leopatra, Verlyn; Noga, Jacqueline, Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Able People, Disabling World: Unequal Access to Water workshop at the Global Youth Assembly conference;

2017

Fatima Jamal Al-deen (2020-2021)

2021

  1. Wolbring, Gregor and Jamal Al-Deen, Fatima (2021) Social Role narrative of disabled artists and both their work in general and in relation to science and technology in Societies 11/3 DOI:10.3390/soc11030102 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Fatima Jamal Al-dee and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Coverage of Disabled Artists and Disability Art: A scoping review of academic literature at  Society for disability Studies annual conference SDS@OSU 2021 Multiple Perspectives on Access, Inclusion, and Disability Conference, April 17-20, 2021

2020

  1. The Wolbpack (Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina, Jamal Al-deen, Fatima, Salvatore, Chiara, Baloch Gulshan) and Gregor Wolbring (August 21, 2020) One hour Zoom discussions with members of the public (8) that watched the three winners and three runner up of the BIO·FICTION 2019 Neurotechnology Short Film Competition  before the Zoom session Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

Mikaela Johnson (2016-2017)

2017

  1. Johnson, Mikaela; Wolbring, Gregor. (2016) “Coverage of disabled people in science, technology and innovation engagement within social work academic literature.” at Canadian Disability Studies Association-Association Canadienne des Études sur l’Incapacité (CDSA-ACÉI) 2017 Annual Conference, May 30-June 2

2016

  1. Wolbring Gregor, Diep Lucy, Djebrouni Manel, Guzman Gilary and Johnson Mikaela (2016) Utilities of and barriers to ‘Community Scholar’ as an identity In Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Equality and Diversity Volume 2 (2) no page number PDF here
  2. Johnson, Mikaela; Wolbring, Gregor. (2016) Coverage of disabled people in science, technology and innovation engagement within social work academic literature at 17th ASIAN BIOETHICS CONFERENCE November 14-17, 2016. This event will be hosted by Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia in collaboration with Asian Bioethics Association and National Bioethics Commission podcast
  3. Johnson, Mikaela; Wolbring, Gregor. (2016) Coverage of disabled people in science, technology and innovation engagement within social work academic literature, Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium October 13, poster

Sibat Khwaja (2008)

  1. Presentation at the 2008 IGEM competition

Verlyn Leopatra (2010-2013)

2013

  1. An, Dongshan; Caffrey, Sean; Soh, Jung; Agrawal, Akhil; Brown, Damon; Budwill, Karen; Dong, Xiaoli; Dunfield, Peter; Foght, Julia; Gieg, Lisa; Hallam, Steven; Hanson, Niels; He, Zhiguo; Jack, Thomas; Klassen, Jonathan; Konwar, Kishori; Kuatsjah, Eugene; Li, Carmen;Leopatra, Verlyn; Nesbø, Camilla; Oldenburg, Thomas; Page, Antoine; Ramos-Padron, Esther; Rochman, Fauziah; Saidi-Mehrabad, Ali; Sensen, Christoph; Sipahimalani, Payal; Song, Young; Wilson, Sandra; Wolbring, Gregor; Wong, Ginny; Voordouw, Gerritt;Metagenomics of Hydrocarbon Resource Environments Indicates Aerobic Taxa and Genes to be Unexpectedly Common in Environmental Science & Technology
  2. Wolbring Gregor Diep Lucy, Yumakulov Sophya, Ball Natalie, Leopatra Verlyn (2013) Emerging Therapeutic Enhancement Enabling Health Technologies and Their Discourses: What Is Discussed within the Health Domain? Healthcare 2013, 1(1), 20-52
  3. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Health consumerism—the tech driven future of healthcare and the rights of disabled people for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast
  4. Wolbring Gregor and Verlyn Leopatra (2013) Sensors: Views of Staff of a Disability Service Organization J. Pers. Med. 2013, 3(1), 23-39;
  5. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor at Health Disparities Research at the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, and Disability: A National Conference. April 25 Washington DC

2012

  1. Wolbring G; Ball, N; Leopatra V (2012) History of Science and Technology (S&T) and Canadians with disabilities: Book Chapter (accepted by editor of book)
  2. Wolbring, Gregor; Leopatra Verlyn; Yumakulov Sophya Information Flow and Health Policy Literacy: The Role of the Media in Information 3(3),391-402
  3. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Health Sensors and Disability Rights: Concerns for Privacy, Autonomy, and Control at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 poster
  4. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Health consumerism—the tech driven future of healthcare and the rights of disabled people at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 poster
  5. Leopatra V; Wolbring G A Changing Climate in Static Times: Missing Voices Climate change, water, sanitation and energy insecurity survey: Invisibility of People with disabilities at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Podcast; Poster
  6. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor  Technology, Health Consumerism, And A New Age Of Global Health—Who Will Be Left Behind? Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada, CHICA-SA 2012: Plug and Play (hosted by Southern Alberta Infection Control chapter) Oct 26-27 supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  7. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (Consumer Focused And Technology Driven Health Care —Exploring The Benefits Of Health Consumerism As A Global Health Tool And The Issue Of Private Vs. Public Involvement at Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada, CHICA-SA 2012: Plug and Play (hosted by Southern Alberta Infection Control chapter) Oct 26-27 in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  8. Leopatra V and Wolbring G A Changing Climate in Static Times: Missing Voices October 24-26, 2012. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis  IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference will take place over three days: the first two days at the Hofburg Congress Center, Vienna, Approximately 800 participants are expected and about 150 scientific posters supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  9. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Technology, Health Consumerism, and a New Age of Global Health—private vs. public involvement and who will be left behind? at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  10. Leopatra V; Wolbring G Environmental Ethics and Global Health Concerns—Survey Results for Climate Change, Water, Sanitation, and Energy as Social Determinants of Health at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  11. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Shifts in Global Health Services Technology: Ethical Considerations for Implementing Health Sensors at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant
  12. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Technology, Health Consumerism, and a New Age of Global Health—private vs. public involvement and who will be left behind? BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th, in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  13. Leopatra V; Wolbring G A Changing Climate in Static Times: Missing Voices Climate change, water, sanitation and energy insecurity survey: Invisibility of People with disabilities at “Anticipating Climate Disruption: Sustaining Justice, Greening Peace” October 4-6, 2012 Tufts University, Boston, USA supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Podcast
  14. Wolbring Gregor, Leopatra Verlyn, Yumakulov Sophya Information flow and health policy literacy: The role of the media: Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan just published paper here
  15. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Consumer Focused And Technology Driven Health Care —Exploring The Benefits Of Health Consumerism As A Global Health Tool And The Issue Of Private Vs. Public Involvement at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  16. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Technology, Health Consumerism, And A New Age Of Global Health—Who Will Be Left Behind? at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  17. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Shifts In Global Health Services Technology: Ethical Considerations For Implementing Health Sensors; at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  18. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Health consumerism—the tech driven future of healthcare and the rights of disabled people: Also an issue for global south? at Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK conference web site contribution
  19. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Health Sensors and Disability Rights: Concerns for Privacy, Autonomy, and Control: Also an issue for Global South? at Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK conference web site contribution
  20. Leopatra V and Wolbring G Climate change, water, sanitation and energy insecurity: Invisibility of People with disabilities at Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Podcast and IM session live during conference
  21. Leopatra, Verlyn (2012) A Changing Climate in Static Times: Missing Voices at  “Sustainability & Disability” conference  , Manaus-Amazon, Brazil, Sept 3 & 4, 2012 per podcast supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Podcast
  22. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Climate Change, Water, Sanitation And Energy Insecurity: Invisibility Of People With Disabilities supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  23. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Climate Change, Water, Sanitation And Energy Insecurity: Invisibility Of People With Disabilities supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  24. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Technology, Health Consumerism, And A New Age Of Global Health—Who Will Be Left Behind? ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  25. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Technology, Health Consumerism, And A New Age Of Global Health—Who Will Be Left Behind? ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  26. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Consumer Focused And Technology Driven Health Care —Exploring The Benefits Of Health Consumerism As A Global Health Tool And The Issue Of Private Vs. Public Involvement; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  27. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Consumer Focused And Technology Driven Health Care —Exploring The Benefits Of Health Consumerism As A Global Health Tool And The Issue Of Private Vs. Public Involvement podcast ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  28. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Shifts In Global Health Services Technology: Ethical Considerations For Implementing Health Sensors; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  29. Leopatra, Verlyn (2012) International Innovation Forum Ward for the 21st century W21c.org July 26 Poster: History and Future of Health Consumerism Poster ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant
  30. Leopatra, Verlyn (2012) International Innovation Forum Ward for the 21st century W21c.org July 26 Poster: The development of a sensor acceptability index Step 1; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  31. Leopatra, Verlyn (2012) Climate change, water, sanitation and energy: Hot topics for disability studies oral presentation at the Society for Disability Studies 25th Annual Conference: “Collaborations, Cultures, and Communities”, Denver, June 20 – 23, 20 supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  32. Leopatra, Verlyn History of health consumers Poster at the 21th history of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant Poster
  33. Wolbring, Gregor; Leopatra; Verlyn, Noga, Jacqueline (2012) The sentiment of waste and the measure of footprints evaluated through an ableism lens in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (3) page 117-123 supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  34. Wolbring, Gregor, Leopatra Verlyn (my student) (2012) Climate change, water, sanitation and energy insecurity: Invisibility of people with disabilities in Canadian Journal of Disability Studies Vol 1 Issue 3 page 66-90 supported in part by a Genome Canada grant

2011

  1. Leopatra Verlyn (2011) Health and sensor information security: Development of a sensor output acceptability index W21C research symposium UofC ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant
  2. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring, Gregor (2011) A Changing Climate in Static Times: Missing Voices, Student Union Poster UofC, supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  3. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2011) Energy & the Environment: Influence of Greening Technologies on Public Perception, Student Union Poster UofC, supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  4. My student Verlyn Leopatra (2011) generated videos  which was the foundation of a workshop on water and sanitation access and disabled people at the Global Youth Assembly conference July 2011
  5. Leopatra Verlyn (2011) A Changing Climate in Static Times: Perceived Impacts of Climate Change, Water Access, and Energy Access on People with disabilities presentation at 2011 Canadian Disability Studies conference; supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  6. Leopatra, Verlyn, Noga, Jacqueline and Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Able People, Disabling World: Unequal Access to Water guest contribution to the Equity Matters blog of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences;
  7. Leopatra, Verlyn; Noga, Jacqueline, Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Able People, Disabling World: Unequal Access to Water workshop at the Global Youth Assembly conference; lead presenter Verlyn generated the following video Part 1 and Part 2 . This video was the foundation of the workshop;
  8. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring, Gregor (2011) A Changing Climate in Static Times: Missing Voices Poster at the 2011 BHSC Research Symposium supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  9. Leopatra, Verlyn; Wolbring Gregor (2011) Energy & the Environment: Influence of Greening Technologies on Public Perception Poster at the 2011 BHSC Research Symposium supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  10. Wolbring, Gregor; Leopatra; Verlyn, Noga, Jacqueline (2011) The sentiment of waste and the measure of footprints evaluated through an ableism lens Student Union Poster competition UofC supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  11. Leopatra, Verlyn, Noga, Jacqueline and Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Able People, Disabling World: Unequal Access to Water guest contribution to the Equity Matters blog of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences;
  12. Leopatra, Verlyn; Noga, Jacqueline, Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Able People, Disabling World: Unequal Access to Water workshop at the Global Youth Assembly conference;

Wentao Li (2017-2019)

2019

  1. Li  Wentao, Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Analysis of Engagement Between Ethics and Return-to-Work Discourses in Respective Academic Literature accepted for publication in WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation (anticipated to be published Spring 2019).

2018

  1. Li  Wentao, Wolbring, Gregor (2018) Analysis of Engagement between
    Ethics and Return-to-Work Discourses in Respective Academic Literature at 9th International Biennial Congress on Disability Management and Return to Work October 14-17, 2018 Vancouver, Canada
  2. Li  Wentao, Wolbring, Gregor. (2018)  Employment of Occupational Concepts within Return to Work Literature at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH! (CASCH), a graduate student conference with very few senior undergraduates like Wentao September 14-15 oral talk
  3. Li  Wentao, Wolbring, Gregor. (2018) Analysis of Engagement with Ethical Concepts and Theories in Return-to-Work Academic Literature  at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH! (CASCH), a graduate student conference with very few senior undergraduates like Wentao September 14-15 poster
  4. Li Wentao and Wolbring Gregor (2018)  Employment of Occupational Concepts within Return to Work Literature Healthy Living, Healthy Life Collaborative Health Conference on Research, Practice and Community Innovations As part of celebrating Dalhousie University’s 200th anniversary, a cross-faculty team from the university will host this collaborative conference on health research, practice and community innovations. The Healthy Living, Healthy Life Conference will be held at the Nova Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia from September 19-21, 2018. oral talk
  5. Li Wentao and Wolbring Gregor (2018)  Employment of Occupational Concepts within Return to Work Literature   at Canadian Association for Work and Labour Conference happening at Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Regina May 30-June 1 oral talk
  6. “Li Wentao and Wolbring Gregor (2018)  Analysis of Engagement Between Ethics and Return-to Work Discourses in Respective Academic Literature”  at Canadian Disability Studies Association Conference May 27-29 Regina, Canada, oral talk  
  7. “Li Wentao and Wolbring Gregor (2018)  Employment of Occupational Concepts within Return to Work Literature Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy Conference June 20-23 Vancouver, Canada  Poster

2017

  1. Li Wentao, Wolbring Gregor (2017) Analysis of Engagement with Ethical Concepts and Theories in Return-to-Work Academic Literature at Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium, University of Calgary, October 26, 2017 poster
  2. Li Wentao, Wolbring Gregor (2017) Analysis of Engagement with Ethical Concepts and Theories in Return-to-Work Academic Literature at at 18th ASIAN BIOETHICS CONFERENCE October 25-28, 2017. This event will be hosted by Yooilhan Hall, Avison Biomedical Research Center, Yonsei University Health System, Seoul, Korea  in collaboration with Asian Bioethics Association and National Bioethics Commission; Abstract published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) 27 (5) September 2017

Aspen Lillywhite (2017-2021)

2022

  1. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2022) Undergraduate Disabled Students as Knowledge Producers Including Researchers: Perspectives of Disabled Students in Education Sciences 12(2), 77; DOI: 10.3390/educsci12020077 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2021

  1. Lillywhite Aspen and Villamil Valentina (2021) Undergraduate research experiences: A narrative discussion between two undergraduate students within disability studies (both talk about their research experience with my group) in International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation Volume 19, Student Perspectives
  2. Lillywhite, Brielle, Lillywhite Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Using ability expectation exercises as a tool to investigate ability-based judgments of undergraduate STEM students”  at the New Zealand Disability Studies Conference 10-12th July pre-recorded presentation Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities”  at the New Zealand Disability Studies Conference 10-12th July pre-recorded presentation Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  4. For write up about Aspen in University of Calgary news (graduated 2021) see here
  5. Wolbring, Gregor and Lillywhite Aspen (2021) Equity/Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) in Universities: The Case of Disabled People in Societies, 11(2), 49; https://doi.org/10.3390/soc11020049 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  6. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities”  at the University of Calgary Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching  May 4-5, 2021 at the University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta  Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET EURON JTC 2017
  7. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities”at  Society for disability Studies annual conference SDS@OSU 2021 Multiple Perspectives on Access, Inclusion, and Disability Conference, April 17-20, 2021 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET EURON JTC 2017
  8. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities” at Society for Applied Anthropology 81st Annual Meeting March 23-27, 2021 Norfolk Waterside Marriott Norfolk, VA (virtual) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET EURON JTC 2017
  9. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2021)“Coverage of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning within Academic Literature, Canadian Newspapers, and Twitter Tweets: The Case of Disabled People” at RABB Symposium Embedding AI in Society symposium (via Zoom, February 18-19). Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET EURON JTC 2017

2020

  1. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2020) Coverage of wellbeing within artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics academic literature: The case of disabled people at Student Union Research Symposium University of Calgary, November ,  video (no face to face due to covid) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina  and Gregor Wolbring (2020) Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) Discovery day workshop at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, November 06, 2020 (virtual) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Wolbring, Gregor; Lillywhite, Aspen and Salvatore, Chiara (2020) September 11 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES: IMPACT ON THE REALIZATION OF DISABLED CHILDREN’S RIGHTS: The examples of artificial intelligence, robotics and human enhancement at Webinar for Contributors to The Lives of Children and Adolescents with Disabilities and The Routledge International Handbook of Children’s Rights and Disabilities Leeds University, UK
  4. Gregor Wolbring & members of the WolbPack, Aspen Lillywhite, Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil, Manel Djebrouni (2020)
    Ability expectation and Ableism governance: A prerequisite of an accessible future at Millie Blum Disability Studies Conference,  Israel (virtual)   September 8, 2020 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  5. The Wolbpack (Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina, Jamal Al-deen, Fatima, Salvatore, Chiara, Baloch Gulshan) and Gregor Wolbring (August 21, 2020) One hour Zoom discussions with members of the public (8) that watched the three winners and three runner up of the BIO·FICTION 2019 Neurotechnology Short Film Competition  before the Zoom session Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  6. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2020) “Coverage of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning within Academic Literature, Canadian Newspapers, and Twitter Tweets: The Case of Disabled People” Societies 10 (1), 1-27  DOI:10.3390/soc10010023 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  7. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2020) “Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities”  at the University of Calgary Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching  May 4-5, 2020 at the University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta (cancelled due to Covid)Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  8. Wolbring Gregor,  Lillywhite Aspen (2020) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning:The case of Disabled people oral presentation at Accenture February 14 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  9. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2020) “Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities” at Technology and Citizenship: 16th Annual Conference on Citizenship by The Center for the Study of Citizenship, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA, was April but postponed to March 2021 due to Coronavirus situation (we present by skype but rest of the participants don’t therefore it was cancelled Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  10. Wolbring Gregor,  Deloria Rochelle, Lillywhite Aspen, Villamil Valentina (2020) “Ability Expectation and Ableism Peace,” in Peace Review, Issue 31(4): 449-458 Disability and Peace, with Guest Editor Emily Nusbaum.
  11. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2020) “Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities”  at the Alberta Council of Disability Services’ Annual Conference, May 12 – May 13, 2020 Edmonton, Alberta (under review, process stopped due to Covid) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017)
  12. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2020) “Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities”  at the Canadian Council of Disability Studies Association, May 30 – June 1, 2020 at Western University in London, Ontario (under review, process stopped due to Covid) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017)

2019

  1. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Undergraduate disabled students as knowledge producers including researchers: A missed topic in academic literature in Education Sciences 9(4) article 259 doi:10.3390/educsci9040259 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Coverage of ethics in relation to disabled people within academic literature, Canadian newspapers and Twitter engaging with artificial intelligence and machine learning  at 20th Asian Bioethics Conference Dhaka Bangladesh 22-25 November virtual; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina  and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) (two workshops on the same day)  Two Discovery day workshops at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, October 25, 2019; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  4. Lillywhite A, Wolbring G: Knowledge production of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities. Poster presentation at the Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Calgary, Calgary, 2019. Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  5. Lillywhite, Aspen  and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Knowledge production such as research of undergraduate disabled students: Perspectives of undergraduate and graduate disabled students at Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 10, 2019 poster (only option); Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  6. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Coverage of ethics within the artificial intelligence and machine learning academic literature: The case of disabled people in Assistive Technology The Official Journal of RESNA Volume 31, Issues  Latest Articles; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  7. Lillywhite, Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Coverage of artificial intelligence and machine learning within academic literature, Canadian newspapers and Twitter: The case of disabled people   at Calgary World Health Organization simulation CalWHO Global Health Fair January 13; poster only option, rescheduled for November 2019; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  8. Aspen Lillywhite and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage Of Ethics Within Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning Academic Literature: The Case Of Disabled People at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Vancouver Canada, June 1-3 oral talk; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  9. Aspen Lillywhite and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage Of Ethics Within Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning Academic Literature: The Case Of Disabled People at Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24 poster; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  10. Aspen Lillywhite and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage of artificial intelligence and machine learning within academic literature, Canadian newspapers and Twitter: The case of disabled people at Technology and Citizenship: 16th Annual Conference on Citizenship by The Center for the Study of Citizenship, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA, March 21-23, virtual; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2018

  1. Aspen Lillywhite and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Coverage of artificial intelligence and machine learning within academic literature, Canadian newspapers and Twitter: The case of disabled people  at AI Day at University of Calgary, Nov 29; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Gregor Wolbring, Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil, Aspen Lillywhite (2018) STEMS Colloquium Series; University of Calgary October 24, 2018
    Role and Imagery Narrative Research: Opportunities for Cross-Cutting Research
    in the Social Dimensions of Science. The Case of Disabled People, Disabled
    Students and Health Professionals; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Aspen Lillywhite,  Rochelle Deloria, Valentina  Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) (two workshops on the same day)  Discovery day workshop at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, October 19, 2018
  4. Aspen Lillywhite and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Coverage of the role of disabled students as knowledge producers in academic literature  Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 11, 2018 poster (only option);  Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

Brielle Lillywhite (2021-)

2022

  1. Lillywhite Brielle; Wolbring Gregor (2022) The Perception of STEM Students on the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Having a Good Life: The Case of Disabled People 37th Annual Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity Mobilize For Action! February 26, March 1, 2022 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2021

  1. Lillywhite, Brielle and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Auditing the impact of artificial intelligence on the ability to have a good life: Using well-being measures as a tool to investigate the views of undergraduate STEM students”  at the Student Union Undergraduate Student Research Symposium Nov 26 video Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Lillywhite, Brielle, Lillywhite Aspen and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Using ability expectation exercises as a tool to investigate ability-based judgments of undergraduate STEM students”  at the New Zealand Disability Studies Conference 10-12th July pre-recorded presentation Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

Aryn Brianne Lisitza (2015-2018)

2018

  1. Lisitza, Aryn; Wolbring, Gregor. (2018)  EcoHealth and the Determinants of Health: Perspectives of a Small Subset of Canadian Academics in the EcoHealth Community in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  15(3):Article 1688
  2. Lisitza Aryn  (2018) January 24 CoPEH-Can Webalogue Jan 24, 17:  Ecohealth and Interdisciplinarity

2017

  1. Wolbring , Gregor and Lisitza Aryn (2017) Justice Among Humans, Animals and the Environment: Investigated Through an Ability Studies, Eco-Ableism, and Eco-Ability Lens in The Intersectionality of Critical Animal, Disability, and Environmental Studies: Toward Eco-ability, Justice, and Liberation by Anthony J. Nocella II (Editor), Amber E. George (Editor), J.L. Schatz (Editor) p.41-62
  2. Lisitza, Aryn; Wolbring, Gregor. (2017) Justice Among Humans, Animals and the Environment: Investigated Through an Ability Studies, Eco-Ableism, and Eco-Ability Lens at 5th Ecoability Conference video talk March 3, 2017

2016

  1. Lisitza, Aryn; Wolbring, Gregor. (2016) The Social Determinants of Health within the Academic EcoHealth Literature: A Systematized Narrative Review at Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium October 13, poster
  2. Lisitza, Aryn; Wolbring, Gregor. (2016) The Social Determinants of Health within the Academic EcoHealth Literature: A Systematized Narrative Review at Fourth annual Campus Alberta Student Conference on Health (CASCH), September 10-11, poster
  3. Lisitza, Aryn; Wolbring, Gregor (2016) How Does the Emerging Field of Ecohealth Engage with Disability and Disabled People? Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Calgary, May 28-31
  4. blog piece about sustainability and ecohealth paper by Aryn Lisitza and Gregor Wolbring by Rhiannon from esocsci
  5. Lisitza, Aryn; and Wolbring, Gregor. (2016). “Sustainability within the Academic EcoHealth Literature: Existing Engagement and Future Prospects.” Sustainability 8, no. 3: art. 202
  6. Lisitza, Aryn; and Wolbring, Gregor. (2016) in EcoHealth and Ethics: Where is the guidance? Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics 26(2) p 45-60

2015

  1. Lisitza Aryn B and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Empathy: A worthwhile lens for the field of Ecohealth at Third Annual Symposium Humanities in Healthcare Date & Time: November 19, 2015 – November 20, 2015 oral talk
  2. Lisitza Aryn B and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Ethics and Ecohealth in South Asia: Where is the guidance? at The 16th Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC16) will be held 3-8 November 2015, St. Paul’s University – Quezon City, Manila, the Philippines. podcast
  3. Lisitza Aryn B and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Ecohealth meet Global Health at 22nd Annual Canadian Conference on Global Health Montreal, Canada 5-7 November poster
  4. Lisitza Aryn B and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Ecohealth meet Global Healthat BHSc research symposium University of Calgary, October 8th
  5. Lisitza Aryn B and Wolbring Gregor (2015) Ethics and Ecohealth: Where is the guidance? at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH CASCH September 4 – 5 in Banff. Poster

Brian Litke (2012)

  1. Litke Brian and Wolbring Gregor (2013) Sport participation barriers experienced by disabled people: the role of technology for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast

2012

  1. Litke Brian and Wolbring Gregor (2012) Barriers to sport for disabled people from 1964 2012 at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 poster  in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant
  2. Wolbring, Gregor and Litke, Brian (2012) Superhip to supercrip: the ‘trickle-down’ effect of the Paralympics for The Conversa12tion, Australia in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant

Rachel Mackay (2013-2015)

2014

  1. Mackay, Rachel; and Wolbring, Gregor Influence of Sustainable Competition and Sustainable Consumption on the Feasibility of Sustainable Healthcare at BHSC undergraduate research symposiom Oct 5, 2014
  2. Wolbring, Gregor and Mackay Rachel (2014) Analysis of newspaper coverage of food security through a disability studies lens in Journal of Sustainable Development Vol. 7 No 4 p1-26 doi:10.5539/jsd.v7n4p1 
  3. Wolbring Gregor; Mackay, Rachel; Rybchinski Theresa; Noga Jacqueline (2014) Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda short version of what has been published originally in Sustainability 5(10): 4152-4182 in 2013 published by invitation in Journal Behinderung und internationale Entwicklung Journal Disability and International Development 25(1)
  4. Mackay, Rachel; and Wolbring, Gregor “Analysis of food security newspaper coverage through a disability studies lens” (podcast) at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference May 28-30

2013

  1. Mackay, R.; Wolbring, G. Sustainable Consumption of Healthcare: Linking Sustainable Consumption with Sustainable Healthcare and Health Consumer DiscoursesIn Proceedings of the 3rd World Sustain. Forum, 1-30 November 2013; Sciforum Electronic Conference Series, Vol. 3, 2013 , i001; doi:10.3390/wsf3-i001
  2. Mackay, Rachel; and Wolbring, Gregor Sustainable Healthcare: The Missing Theme In The Sustainable Consumption Discourse Paper at 3rd World Sustainability Forum
  3. Gregor Wolbring, Rachel Mackay Theresa Rybchinski and Jacqueline Noga Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda through a disability studies lens Poster at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta Poster
  4. Rachel Mackay and Gregor Wolbring Analysis of the New York Times, the Calgary Herald and the Globe and Mail newspaper coverage of food security through a disability studies lens Poster at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta poster
  5. Wolbring Gregor; MacKay, Rachel; Rybchinsk Theresa;, Noga Jacqueline (2013) Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda in Sustainability 5(10): 4152-4182
  6. Mackay, Rachel; Rybchinski, Theresa; Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda Through a Disability Studies Lens14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India podcast
  7. Mackay, Rachel; and Wolbring, Gregor Sustainability Consumption through a disability studies lens 14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India Poster
  8. Mackay, Rachel; and Wolbring, Gregor Sustainable Healthcare: The Missing Theme In The Sustainable Consumption Discourse14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, IndiaPoster
  9. Mackay, Rachel; and Wolbring, Gregor Analysis Of Sustainable Consumption Literature Through  A Healthcare and Public Health Lens at 2nd Inspire conference Poster
  10. Mackay, Rachel; Rybchinski, Theresa; Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda Through a Disability Studies Lens at 2nd Inspire conference podcast
  11. MacKay, Rachel; Rybchinsk, Theresa; Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring, Gregor Normalized sustainable development including Post-2015 development? at Normalcy 2013 conference per podcast and twitter  3rd – Wed. 4th September 2013 – Sheffield Hallam University, UK, TR is suppoted by a BHSC Research award all three students contributed equaliy to this podcast

Angelica Martin (2010-2013)

2014

  1. Wolbring, Gregor Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Ball Natalie, Yumakulov Sophya (2014) Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement with veterans and soldiers with injuries In WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation special issue on Soldier Rehabilitation online first DOI: 10.3233/WOR-141936 in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant

2012

  1. Wolbring, G; Martin, A; Ball, N (2012) Neuroenhancement discourses: Canada and USA under review ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  2. Martin Angelica,Ball, Natalie, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiers BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th, Poster
  3. Ball, Natalie, Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiersDisability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
  4. Ball, Natalie, Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiers at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  5. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy  September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua,  Italy Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  6. Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy  September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua, Italy  Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant   and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  7. Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua, Italy 
  8. Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  9. Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Perception Of Immigrants  Through An Ability Expectation Lens Poster
  10. Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Perception Of Immigrants Through An Ability Expectation Lens Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  11. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  12. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  13. Ball, Natalie; Martin, Angelica; Wolbring, Gregor(2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Coverage Of Neuro And Cognitive Enhancement Beyond The Normal: Canada And USA ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant   and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster

2011

  1. Martin, Angelica Ball, Natalie, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring, Gregor (2011) Poster Title: Veterans and human enhancement discourse, Student Union Poster competition, UofC; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary Poster
  2. Martin, Angelica (2011) Therapeutic’ Enhancements as a means to boost self-identity, perception and quality of life of people with disabilities: Actions required under various codes of ethics presentation at 2011 Canadian Disability Studies conference ; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant

Nicole Mfoafo-M’Carthy (2017-2018)

2019

  1. Mfoato M’Carthy Nicole and Wolbring Gregor  (2019)  Resilience Governance: a good place for disabled people to shape and resist problematic resilience discourses? in Canadian Journal of Disability Studies Special issue “Survivals, Ruptures, Resiliences” editors Katie Aubrecht and Nancy LaMonica p. 99-135 open access

2018

  1. Mfoato M’Carthy Nicole and Wolbring Gregor (2018) Governance of Resilience: A Place of Resistance for disabled people at Canadian Disability Studies Association Conference May 27-29 Regina, Canada

2017

  1. Mfoato M’Carthy Nicole and Wolbring Gregor (2017) Governance of Resilience: A Place of Resistance for disabled people at Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium, University of Calgary, October 26, 2017 poster

Kalie Mosig (2012-2014)

2017

  1. Wolbring G; Mosig Kalie (2017) CHAPTER FOUR Autism in the News: Content Analysis of Autism Coverage in Canadian Newspapers in Disability and U.S. Politics Participation, Policy, and Controversy by Dana Lee Baker, Editor Volume 1 2014
  2. Mosig, Kalie and Wolbring, Gregor Parental perceptions of media portrayals and public awareness of autism: Ethical Implications at 15th Asian Bioethics Conference 1-9 November 2014 in Beppu and Kumamoto, Japan (podcast)
  3. Mosig, Kalie and Wolbring, Gregor Parental perceptions of media portrayals and public awareness of autism at TAKE AWAY THE SUIT AND WHAT ARE YOU?  “Cripping” the Comic Con 2014
  4. Mosig, Kalie and Wolbring, Gregor Parental perceptions of media portrayals and public awareness of autism at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference May-28- 30

2013

  1. Mosig, Kalie and Wolbring, Gregor Comparison of the Portrayal of Autism in one Canadian (Globe and Mail) and Chinese (China Daily) National Newspaper, 14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India podcast
  2. Mosig, Kalie and Wolbring, Gregor 6) Comparison of the Portrayal of Autism in one Canadian (Globe and Mail) and Chinese (China Daily) National Newspaper, at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH CASCH September 6 – 7 in Banff. oral presentation
  3. Mosig, Kalie and Wolbring, Gregor Comparison of the Portrayal of Autism in one Canadian (Globe and Mail) and Chinese (China Daily) National Newspaper,2nd Inspire conference podcast here
  4. Mosig, Kalie and Wolbring, Gregor 6) Comparison of the Portrayal of Autism in one Canadian (Globe and Mail) and Chinese (China Daily) National Newspaper  at Normalcy 2013 conference per podcast and twitter  3rd – Wed. 4th September 2013 – Sheffield Hallam University, UK, podcast here
  5. Mosig Kalie, Wolbring Gregor Portrayal of Autism in two Canadian Newspapers at Society of Disability Studies Conference, Orlando, USA, June 26-29, Poster,
  6. Mosig Kalie, Wolbring Gregor Portrayal of Autism in two Canadian Newspapers at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Victoria, Canada, June 5-7
  7. Mosig Kalie, Wolbring Gregor Comparison of the Portrayal of Autism in a Canadian and Chinese Newspaper” at *Fantastic! Heroic! Disabled? “Marvelous Bodies: Corporeality in Literature,” an international conference to be held at Saint Louis University’s Madrid Campus on the 24th and 25th of May,
  8. Mosig Kalie, Wolbring Gregor Portrayal of Autism in two Canadian Newspapers at *Fantastic! Heroic! Disabled? “Cripping” the Comic Con*. Syracuse University, USA April 11
  9. Mosig, Kalie, Wolbring Gregor Mosig, Kalie(2013) Portrayal of Autism in two Canadian Newspapers: The Globe and Mail and the Calgary Herald at the 22nd History of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary March 8-9

2012

  1. Wolbring, Gregor, Mosig Kelie and Hutcheon, Emily (2012) Ability Privilege an underused concept at Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 poster in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant

Daniela Navia (2008)

  1. Presentation at the 2008 IGEM competition

Jacqueline Noga (2011-2014)

2014

  1. Noga Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor (2014) Views on water management from students of different faculties at the University of Calgary: Developing water policies using focus groups in Journal of Sustainable Development 7(5), 189-211
  2. Wolbring Gregor; Mackay, Rachel; Rybchinski Theresa; Noga Jacqueline (2014) Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda short version of what has been published originally in Sustainability 5(10): 4152-4182 in 2013 published by invitation in Journal Behinderung und internationale Entwicklung Journal Disability and International Development 25(1)
  3. Noga Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor (2014) The Oil and Gas Discourse from the Perspective of the Canadian and Albertan Governments, Non-Governmental Organizations and the Oil and Gas Industry in Energies 2014, 7(1), 314-333; doi:10.3390/en7010314

2013

  1. Noga, J and Wolbring, G (2013) Perceptions of Water Ownership, Water Management, and the Responsibility of Providing Clean Water in Water 2013, 5(4), 1865-1889; doi:10.3390/w5041865 (for hitcount).
  2. Jacqueline Noga and Gregor Wolbring Individuals Perceptions of Water and the Implications for Water Security oral at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta oral talk
  3. Jacqueline Noga and Gregor Wolbring Individuals Perceptions of Water and the Implications for Water Security oral at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta  poster
  4. Jacqueline Noga and Gregor Wolbring  Greening and energy issues: An Analysis of four Canadian Newspapers Poster at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta Poster  supported by a Genome Canada grant
  5. Gregor Wolbring, Rachel Mackay Theresa Rybchinski and Jacqueline Noga Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda through a disability studies lens Poster at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta poster
  6. Wolbring Gregor; Mackay, Rachel; Rybchinsk Theresa;, Noga Jacqueline (2013) Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda in Sustainability 5(10): 4152-4182
  7. Noga J, Wolbring G Individuals Perceptions of Water and the Implications for Health and Policy at CAMPUS ALBERTA STUDENT CONFERENCE ON HEALTH CASCH September 6 – 7 in Banff. Poster
  8. Noga J, Wolbring G. ( An Analysis of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio +20) Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens. at 2nd Inspire conference also podcast
  9. Mackay, Rachel; Rybchinski, Theresa; Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda Through a Disability Studies Lens14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India podcast
  10. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor An analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens: Implications for People With Disabilities14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India per podcast
  11. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Greening and Energy Issues: an analysis of Four Canadian Newspapers 14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India per poster
  12. Noga J, Wolbring G. (2013) An Analysis of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio +20) Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens.Sustainability; 5(9):3615-3639.
  13. Wolbring Gregor and Noga Jacqueline (2013) Greening and Energy Issues: An Analysis of Four Canadian Newspapers Journal of Sustainable Development Vol. 6, No. 7; Article 8; p 88-113 DOI: 10.5539/jsd.v6n7p88 
  14. MacKay, Rachel; Rybchinsk, Theresa; Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring, Gregor Normalized sustainable development including Post-2015 development? at Normalcy 2013 conference per podcast and twitter  3rd – Wed. 4th September 2013 – Sheffield Hallam University, UK, TR is suppoted by a BHSC Research award all three students contributed equaliy to this podcast
  15. UWO Earth Day Colloqium audio presentation, An Analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens (this is on our server) UWO Earth Day Colloqium audio presentation, An analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens (this is on dropbox)
  16. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor (2013) The Economic and Social Benefits and the Barriers of Providing People with Disabilities Accessible Clean Water and Sanitation in Africa Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Magazine Jan-Feb 2013 Vol 8, No 1 p. 45-46  46  reprint 46   (shortened version of a  longer version of the paper that was published in a 2012 issue of the journal Sustainability)
  17. Noga, Jacqueline Noga and Wolbring, Gregor (2013) A Comprehensive List of Water Attitude Surveys [Bibliography]

2012

  1. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Grgegor (2012) The Economic and Social Benefits and the Barriers of Providing People with Disabilities Accessible Clean Water and Sanitation Sustainability 2012, 4(11), 3023-3041; doi:10.3390/su4113023
  2. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor (2012) Bibliography of Environmental Treaties (Genome Canada grant)
  3. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor (2012) Bibliography of Documents Related to the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio +20) (Genome Canada grant)
  4. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor (2012) The Economic and Social Benefits and the Barriers of Providing People with Disabilities Accessible Clean Water and Sanitation at Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30 paper here
  5. Noga, J and Wolbring G An Analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens: the global impact at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, University of Calgary Abstract published in conference abstract book supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  6. Noga, J and Wolbring G An Analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens: the global impact at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, University of Calgary Nov 29 supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  7. Noga J Wolbring G subjective well being, consumerism and peace Nov.24-28 International Conference of the Intern. Peace Research Association Japan Skype and paper here
  8. Wolbring G and Noga J Ecoableism and peace Nov.24-28 International Conference of the Intern. Peace Research Association Japan, Skype supported in part by a Genome Canada grant and paper here
  9. Wolbring G and Noga J. Peace enabling and disabling ability expectations” Nov.24-28 International Conference of the Intern. Peace Research Association, Japan Skype and paper here
  10. Noga, J and Wolbring G A Literature Review of the Economic and Social Benefits Providing People with Disabilities Accessible Clean Water and Sanitation: Motivation for Inclusive Action October 24-26, 2012. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis  IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference will take place over three days: the first two days at the Hofburg Congress Centre, Vienna, Approximately 800 participants are expected and about 150 scientific posters
  11. Wolbring G and Noga, J Eco-ableism: A new analytical framework October 24-26, 2012. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis  IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference will take place over three days: the first two days at the Hofburg Congress Centre, Vienna, Approximately 800 participants are expected and about 150 scientific posters supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  12. Noga, J and Wolbring G A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Providing People with Disabilities Accessible Clean Water oral at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada face to face at conference
  13. Noga, J and Wolbring G An Analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens: the global impact on the health of marginalized groups at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada supported in part by a Genome Canada grant poster
  14. Noga, J and Wolbring G An Analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens: the global impact on the health of marginalized groups “Disability, Inclusion and Rehabilitation: A Showcase of Canada’s Global Responses” 1-3pm, Sunday, October 21st, 2012 as part of 19th Canadian Conference on Global Health supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary oral talk
  15. Noga, J and Wolbring G Footprint Hierarchy a Global Health Issue 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada supported in part by a Genome Canada grant poster
  16. Noga, Jacqueline Wolbring Gregor (2012) Footprint Hierarchy: A Public Health Issue Poster presentation, BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th, Poster  supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  17. Noga, Jacqueline Wolbring Gregor (2012) The Economic and Individual Benefits of Including People with Disabilities in Water Access and Sanitation Policies: A calculation of the costs and returns associated with access to clean water at “Anticipating Climate Disruption: Sustaining Justice, Greening Peace” October 4-6, 2012 Tufts University, Boston, USA per podcast
  18. Noga, Jacqueline Wolbring Gregor (2012) Greening: An analysis of four Canadian Newspapers at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications at “Anticipating Climate Disruption: Sustaining Justice, Greening Peace” October 4-6, 2012 Tufts University, Boston, USA supported in part by a Genome Canada grant podcast
  19. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor (2012) Analyzing Waste Footprints and Wasteful using Ableism at “Anticipating Climate Disruption: Sustaining Justice, Greening Peace” October 4-6, 2012 Tufts University, Boston, USA supported in part by a Genome Canada grant per podcast
  20. Wolbring, Gregor; Noga, Jacqueline (2012)  Eco-Ableism: Enabling And Disabling The Ecosystem   at “Anticipating Climate Disruption: Sustaining Justice, Greening Peace” October 4-6, 2012 Tufts University, Boston, USA supported in part by a Genome Canada grant per podcast  supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Poster
  21. Noga Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Title: An Analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens at “Anticipating Climate Disruption: Sustaining Justice, Greening Peace” October 4-6, 2012 Tufts University, Boston, USA supported in part by a Genome Canada grantpodcast
  22. Noga Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Title: Impact of footprint hierarchies: Impact on bioeconomy policies at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Abstract published in conference proceedings
  23. Noga Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Title: An Analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Abstract published in conference proceedings
  24. Noga Jacqueline, Wolbring Gregor Greening: An analysis of four Canadian Newspapers at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada, Abstract published in conference proceedings
  25. Noga Jacqueline, Wolbring Gregor Greening: An analysis of four Canadian Newspapers at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada poster
  26. Noga Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Title: Impact of footprint hierarchies: Impact on bioeconomy policies at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada supported in part by a Genome Canada grant selected out of all submissions oral talk
  27. Noga Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Title: Impact of footprint hierarchies: Impact on bioeconomy policies at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada supported in part by a Genome Canada grant poster h
  28. Noga Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor Title: An Analysis of the Rio +20 Discourse Using an Ability Expectation Lens at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada supported in part by a Genome Canada grant poster
  29. Noga Jacqueline, Wolbring Gregor Greening: An analysis of four Canadian Newspapers at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada selected out of all submissions also for oral talk
  30. Noga Jacqueline, Wolbring Gregor Greening: An analysis of four Canadian Newspapers at Growing the Bioeconomy: Social, Environmental and Economic Implications October 2-5, 2012 in Banff, Alberta, Canada poster
  31. Noga J Wolbring G Water and Sanitation Access for People with Disabilities: An area of needed “collaborations” necessary to decrease barriers to community involvement and improve ability culture at Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK podcast and IM session live during conference program
  32. Noga, Jacqueline, Wolbring GRegor (2012) The Economic and Individual Benefits of Including People with Disabilities in Water Access and Sanitation Policies: A calculation of the costs and returns associated with access to clean water at “Sustainability & Disability” conference, Manaus-Amazon, Brazil, Sept. 3 & 4, 2012 per podcast
  33. Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring Gregor (2012)Analyzing Waste Footprints and Wasteful using Ableism at “Sustainability & Disability” conference , Manaus-Amazon, Brazil, Sept 3 & 4, 2012 per podcast supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  34. Wolbring, Gregor; Noga, Jacqueline (2012) at “Sustainability & Disability” conference, Manaus-Amazon, Brazil, Sept. 3 & 4, 2012 Eco-Ableism: Enabling And Disabling The Ecosystem supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Podcast here
  35. Wolbring, Gregor; Noga, Jacqueline (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Eco-Ableism: Enabling And Disabling The Ecosystem supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  36. Wolbring, Gregor; Noga, Jacqueline (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Eco-Ableism: Enabling And Disabling The Ecosystem supported in part by a Genome Canada grant Podcast here
  37. Noga Jacqueline, Wolbring Gregor 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 FOOTPRINT HIERARCHY: A GLOBAL HEALTH ISSUE Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  38. Noga Jacqueline, Wolbring Gregor 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 FOOTPRINT HIERARCHY: A GLOBAL HEALTH ISSUE poster  supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  39. Noga Jacqueline, Wolbring Gregor 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-3 A COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF PROVIDING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ACCESSIBLE CLEAN WATER Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  40. Noga Jacqueline, Wolbring Gregor 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-3 A COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF PROVIDING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES ACCESSIBLE CLEAN WATER Podcast; Poster
  41. Noga, J. (2012) The Potential Economic Benefits of Including People with Disabilities in Water and Sanitation Access Policies. 20th World IACAPAP Congress July 21-25th, Paris.
  42. Noga, J. (2012) The Potential Economic Benefits of Including People with Disabilities in Water and Sanitation Access Policies. Sixth International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology. Roehamptom University London England. July 15-18.
  43. Noga, Jacqueline (2012) Water and Sanitation access for people with disabilities: An area of future focus for disability studies scholar and opportunity for selling disability studies scholarship as a value added to other academic fields and policy institutions oral presentation at the Society for Disability Studies 25th Annual Conference: “Collaborations, Cultures, and Communities”, Denver, June 20 – 23, 2012 (first time they allowed a podcast) podcast
  44. Wolbring, Gregor; Leopatra; Verlyn, Noga, Jacqueline (2012) The sentiment of waste and the measure of footprints evaluated through an ableism lens in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (3) page 117-123 supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  45. Noga Jacqueline (2012) Footprint Hierarchy: A Public Health Issue Poster presentation at the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) 2012 Annual Conference. June 11-14 Poster  supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  46. Noga Jacqueline (2012) Water and Sanitation access for people with disabilities: An area of future focus for disability studies scholar and opportunity for selling disability studies scholarship as a value added to other academic fields and policy institutions Canadian Disability Studies conference June 1st oral presentation
  47. Wolbring, Gregor; Leopatra; Verlyn, Noga, Jacqueline (2011) The sentiment of waste and the measure of footprints evaluated through an ableism lens Student Union Poster competition UofC supported in part by a Genome Canada grant
  48. Leopatra, Verlyn, Noga, Jacqueline and Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Able People, Disabling World: Unequal Access to Water guest contribution to the Equity Matters blog of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences;
  49. Leopatra, Verlyn; Noga, Jacqueline, Hutcheon, Emily (2011) Able People, Disabling World: Unequal Access to Water workshop at the Global Youth Assembly conference;

Sonum Panesar (May -September 2013 and September 2016-May 2017)

  1. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring, Gregor (2016) Analysis of the Inclusion of Disabled People’s Concerns in “Global Health” Academic Literature at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, University of Calgary December 1 .poster
  2. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring, Gregor (2016) Analysis of the Inclusion of Disabled People’s Concerns in “Global Health” Academic Literature: The issue of Food Security at CalWHO conference University of Calgary November 13, .poster
  3. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring, Gregor (2016) Analysis of the Inclusion of Disabled People’s Concerns in “Global Health” Academic Literature at Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium October 13, poster

2014

  1. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring, Grego (2014) Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Bionics Using the Disability Studies Framework” at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference May-28- 30
  2. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring Gregor (2014) Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Bionics Using the Disability Studies Framework in Technologies 2014, 2(1), 1-30;
  3. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring, Gregor Analysis of Media Coverage of Bionics Through a Disability Studies Lens at Student Union Undergraduate Research Symposium,University of Calgary November 27 Poster
  4. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring, Gregor Media coverage of bionics: Implications for  Human Rights, Sustainability, and Security at 14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India Poster
  5. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring, Gregor Media coverage of bionics: Implications for  Human Rights, Sustainability, and Security at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta Poster
  6. Panesar Sonum and Wolbring, Gregor Analysis of Media Coverage of Bionics Through a Disability Studies Lens at BHSC research symposium, Faculty of Medicine, Calgary October 10 Poster
  7. Panesar, Sonum; Wolbring Gregor Analysis of Media Coverage of Bionics Through a Disability Studies Lens at 2nd Inspire conference poster

Maharaj R (2013-2014)

  1. Maharaj R and Wolbring Gregor Media Analysis of e-health through a disability studieslens at the Borders without Boundaries: Canadian Disability Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference May-28- 30

Theresa Rybchinski (2013)

2014 

  1. Wolbring Gregor; Mackay, Rachel; Rybchinski Theresa; Noga Jacqueline (2014) Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda short version of what has been published originally in Sustainability 5(10): 4152-4182 in 2013 published by invitation in Journal Behinderung und internationale Entwicklung Journal Disability and International Development 25(1) 2013
  2. Wolbring, Gregor and Rybchinski, Theresa (2013) Social Sustainability and its Indicators through a disability studies lens in Sustainability. 2013; 5(11):4889-4907
  3. Gregor Wolbring, Rachel Mackay Theresa Rybchinski and Jacqueline Noga Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda through a disability studies lens Poster at 2020 Vision for Humanity: toward human security worldwide  Symposium on November 2, 2013, Calgary, Alberta Poster
  4. Rybchinski, Theresa and Wolbring Gregor, Social SUstainability through a Disability Studies Lens Poster at BHSC research Symposium on October 10, 2013, Calgary, Alberta
  5. Wolbring Gregor; Mackay, Rachel; Rybchinsk Theresa;, Noga Jacqueline (2013) Disabled People and the Post-2015 Development Goal Agenda in Sustainability 5(10): 4152-4182
  6. Rybchinski, Theresa; and Gregor Wolbring (2013) Social sustainability through an ability studies and disability studies lens 14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India Podcast
  7. MacKay, Rachel; Rybchinski, Theresa; Noga, Jacqueline and Wolbring, Gregor (2013) Normalized sustainable development including Post-2015 development? at Normalcy 2013 conference per podcast and twitter  3rd – Wed. 4th September 2013 – Sheffield Hallam University, UK, TR is suppoted by a BHSC Research award all three students contributed equaliy to this podcast
  8. Rybchinski, Theresa; and Gregor Wolbring (2013) Social sustainability through an ability studies and disability studies lens for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast

Chiara Salvatore (2020-)

2022

  1. Salvatore, Chiara and Wolbring Gregor (2022) Coverage of disabled people in environmental education focused academic literature in Sustainability 14(3), 1211 DOI: 10.3390/su14031211 

2021

  1. Ayushi Agarwal ABC News (2021) Climate activists with disabilities fight for inclusion Climate activists with disabilities decry a lack of representation and burnout. By Ayushi Agarwal 24 November 2021, 04:04 cites our study Salvatore, Chiara and Wolbring Gregor (2021) Children and Youth Environmental Action: The Case of Children and Youth with Disabilities in Sustainability  13(17), 9950 DOI: 10.3390/su13179950.
  2. Salvatore, Chiara and Wolbring Gregor (2021) Children and Youth Environmental Action: The Case of Children and Youth with Disabilities in Sustainability  13(17), 9950 DOI: 10.3390/su13179950. This article belongs to the Special Issue Disability Studies and Sustainable Ecology)
  3. Salvatore, Chiara and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Environmental education within academic literature: The role and impact of environmental education for disabled people”  at the New Zealand Disability Studies Conference 10-12th July pre-recorded presentation
  4. Salvatore, Chiara and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Environmental action and youth: The case of disabled youth”  at the New Zealand Disability Studies Conference 10-12th July pre-recorded presentation
  5. Salvatore Chiara and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “Environmental Action and Youth: The Case of Disabled People,” at  Society for disability Studies annual conference SDS@OSU 2021 Multiple Perspectives on Access, Inclusion, and Disability Conference, April 17-20, 2021
  6. Salvatore Chiara and Wolbring, Gregor (2021) “”Environmental Action and Youth: The Case of Disabled People,”” at Society for Applied Anthropology 81st Annual Meeting March 23-27, 2021 Norfolk Waterside Marriott Norfolk, VA (virtual)

2020

  1. Salvatore Chiara and Wolbring, Gregor (2020) Environmental Action and Youth: The Case of Disabled People at Student Union Research Symposium University of Calgary, November ,  video (no face to face due to covid)
  2. Wolbring, Gregor; Lillywhite, Aspen and Salvatore, Chiara (2020) September 11 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES: IMPACT ON THE REALIZATION OF DISABLED CHILDREN’S RIGHTS: The examples of artificial intelligence, robotics and human enhancement at Webinar for Contributors to The Lives of Children and Adolescents with Disabilities and The Routledge International Handbook of Children’s Rights and Disabilities Leeds University, UKFunding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. The Wolbpack (Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina, Jamal Al-deen, Fatima, Salvatore, Chiara, Baloch Gulshan) and Gregor Wolbring (August 21, 2020) One hour Zoom discussions with members of the public (8) that watched the three winners and three runner up of the BIO·FICTION 2019 Neurotechnology Short Film Competition  before the Zoom session Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

Farwa Syeda (2017-2018)

2019

  1. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2018) HIV/AIDS Health Promotion: Coverage of disabled people within academic literature and Canadian newspapers at at Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24
  2. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2018) HIV/AIDS Health Promotion: Coverage of disabled people within academic literature and Canadian newspapers for Health Services and Policy Research (CHSPR) is holding its 31st annual health policy conference, March 7 and 8, 2019,

2018

  1. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2018) HIV/AIDS Health Promotion: Coverage of disabled people within academic literature and Canadian newspapers in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) Official Journal of the Asian Bioethics Association (ABA), 28(3), 98-103. 
  2. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2018) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature at Canadian Disability Studies Association Conference May 27-29 Regina, Canada  Skype
  3. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2018) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature at Canadian Public Health Association conference MAY 28, 2018 – MAY 31, 2018 Montreal, Canada Poster
  4. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2018) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature at 27th Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR 2018), held April 26-29, 2018 in Vancouver BC, Canada Poster
  5.  Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2018) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature at Canadian  27th Annual History of Medicine Days Conference at the University of Calgary March 2 & 3, 2018 , Calgary, Canada  Poster
  6. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2018) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature at CalWHO Global Health Fair Calgary February Poster “

2017

  1. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2017) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature at Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium, University of Calgary, October 26, 2017 poster
  2. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2017) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature at 2017 CalWHO Global Health Fair: Climate Change and Health poster
  3. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2017) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature at Canadian Conference on Global Health LEAVING NO ONE BEHIND? REFLECTIONS FOR ACTION IN A CHANGING WORLD Ottawa, Canada October 29 – 31, 2017 poster
  4. Syeda Farwa, Wolbring Gregor (2017) Analysis of in HIV/AIDS health promotional coverage of disabled people in Canadian Newspapers and academic literature: Ethical Implication at 18th ASIAN BIOETHICS CONFERENCE October 25-28, 2017. This event will be hosted by Yooilhan Hall, Avison Biomedical Research Center, Yonsei University Health System, Seoul, Korea  in collaboration with Asian Bioethics Association and National Bioethics Commission/; Abstract published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics (EJAIB) 27 (5) September 2017

Samantha Marie Sirianni (2015-2017)

2016

  1. Samantha Siriannii and Gregor Wolbring (2016) A literature review on the use of innovation in the occupational therapy and occupa-tional science literature through the lens of  the community-based rehabilitation matrix at Bachelor of Health Science Research Symposium October 13, poster
  2. Samantha Siriannii and Gregor Wolbring (2016) A literature review on the use of innovation in the occupational therapy and occupa-tional science literature through the lens of  the community-based rehabilitation matrix at Fourth annual Campus Alberta Student Conference on Health (CASCH), September 10-11, poster

.2015

  1. Samantha Siriannii and Gregor Wolbring (2015) Ethics: a throw away term used in the innovation narrative of Occupational Therapy (OT) academic literature at Student Union research Symposium, University of Calgary November 26, 2015
  2. Samantha Siriannii and Gregor Wolbring (2015) Ethics: a throw away term used in the innovation narrative of Occupational Therapy (OT) academic literature at The 16th Asian Bioethics Conference (ABC16) will be held 3-8 November 2015, St. Paul’s University – Quezon City, Manila, the Philippines podcast
  3. Samantha Siriannii and Gregor Wolbring (2015) Ethics: a throw away term used in the innovation narrative of Occupational Therapy (OT) academic literature at BHSc research symposium, University of Calgary, October 8th

Jeremy Tynedal (2011-2013)

2014

  1. Wolbring, Gregor Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Ball Natalie, Yumakulov Sophya (2014) Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement with veterans and soldiers with injuries In WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation special issue on Soldier Rehabilitation online first DOI: 10.3233/WOR-141936 in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant 2013
  2. Wolbring, Gregor, Tynedal, Jeremy (2012) Pistorius and the media: missed story angles Sport Technology online first Oct 20 ; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  3. Tynedal, Jeremy; Wolbring, Gregor (2013) Sport and Peace: Implication for disabled people for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast
  4. Tynedal, Jeremy; Wolbring, Gregor. Paralympics and Its Athletes Through the Lens of the New York TimesSports; 1(1):13-36.

2012

  1. Tynedal, Jeremy Wolbring Gregor Sport Peace building: Emergence, Sustainability and Disability at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30, supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport poster
  2. Tynedal, Jeremy Wolbring Gregor Sport Peace building: Emergence, Sustainability and Disability at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, University of Calgary Abstract published in Abstract book of symposium; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  3. Tynedal, Jeremy Wolbring Gregor Sport Peace building: Emergence, Sustainability and Disability at Student Union undergraduate research symposium, University of Calgary Nov 29; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport poster
  4. Tynedal, Jeremy Wolbring Gregor Sport Peace building: Emergence, Sustainability and Disability at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport poster
  5. Martin Angelica,Ball, Natalie, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiers BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th, Poster
  6. Tynedal, Jeremy, Wolbring, Gregor (2012) History of Paralympics through NYT BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th, Poster
  7. Ball, Natalie, Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiers at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  8. Tynedal, Jeremy Wolbring Gregor Sport and Peace: Implication for disabled people in global south at Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK podcast and IM session live during conference program
  9. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy  September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua,  Italy Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  10. Tynedal, Jeremy; Wolbring Gregor (2012) at “Sustainability & Disability” conference, Manaus-Amazon, Brazil, Sept. 3 & 4, Sustainability of Separation between Olympics and Paralympics Podcast  supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  11. Tynedal, Jeremy; Wolbring Gregor (2012) at “Sustainability & Disability” conference, Manaus-Amazon, Brazil, Sept. 3 & 4, Sustainability of Separation between Olympics and Paralympics supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  12. Tynedal, Jeremy; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Setting The Olympic Stage: Who Should Be There?; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  13. Tynedal, Jeremy; Wolbring Gregor (2012) 13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30 Setting The Olympic Stage: Who Should Be There?; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport Poster
  14. Tynedal, Jeremy (2012) History of Paralympics through NYT oral presentation at the Society for Disability Studies 25th Annual Conference: “Collaborations, Cultures, and Communities”, Denver, June 20 – 23, 2012 Poster; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  15. Tynedal, Jeremy (2012) Sustainability of Separation between Olympics and Paralympics “Sustainability & Disability” , Manaus-Amazon, Brazil, Sept 03 & 04, 2012 per podcast ; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  16. Tynedal, Jeremy (2012) Disabled Bodies, Normative Concepts and the Emergence of Functional Enhancement Views in Public Perceptions of the Paralympic Movement – A Longitudinal Study of the New York Times Newspaper, 1930-2010” at North American Society for Sport History June 1-4; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  17. Stahnisch FW (Co-App of my SSHRC grant), Tynedal Jeremy. Sir Ludwig Guttmann (1899-1980). J Neurol. 2012 Feb 2. . ; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  18. Tynedal, Jeremy, Stahnisch Frank, Wolbring Gregor (2012) Life and Work of Sir Ludwig Guttmann: A Bibliography; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  19. Tynedal, Jeremy (2012) History of Paralympics through NYT Poster at the 21th history at of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary Poster ; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  20. Tynedal, Jeremy (2012) Oral Presentation: Representation of Paralympic athletes in the New York Time sat Canadian Disability Studies conference June 1st; ; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport

2011

  1. Tynedal, Jeremy; Wolbring, Gregor (2011) Paralympic sand its athletes through the lens of the New York Times, Student Union Poster UofC, Poster ; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  2. Tynedal, Jeremy (2011) Sociological Insights about Prosthetics in Sport from the Athletic Story of “Blade Runner” Pistorius presentation at 2011 Canadian Disability Studies conference; ; supported by a SSHRC operating grant related to sport
  3. Tynedal, Jeremy (2011) Guest contribution Sport through a disability studies lens to the Equity Matters blog of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences;

Valentina Villamil (2017-2021)

2022

  1. Villamil, Valentina; Djebrouni, Manel; and Wolbring, Gregor (accepted) Influencing Discussions and use of Neuroadvancements as Professionals and Citizens: Perspectives of Canadian Occupational Therapists; To be in WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation (out in 2022) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Villamil, Valentina and Wolbring, Gregor (2022) Influencing Discussions and use of Neuroadvancements as Professionals and Citizens: Perspectives of Canadian Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists; in WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation; 71(3), 565-584,  DOI  10.3233/WOR-205104  Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2021

  1. Lillywhite Aspen and Villamil Valentina (2021) Undergraduate research experiences: A narrative discussion between two undergraduate students within disability studies (both talk about their research experience with my group) in International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation Volume 19, Student Perspectives
  2. For write up about Valentina in University of Calgary news (graduated 2021) see here

2020

  1. Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina  and Gregor Wolbring (2020) Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) Discovery day workshop at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, November 06, 2020 (virtual) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Villamil, Valentina and Wolbring, Gregor (2020) Occupational Therapists as Active Citizens: Using Lifelong Learning Mechanisms to Influence Discussions Around the Governance of Emerging Technologies at Student Union Research Symposium University of Calgary, November ,  video (no face to face due to covid) Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Gregor Wolbring & members of the WolbPack, Aspen Lillywhite, Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil, Manel Djebrouni (2020)
    Ability expectation and Ableism governance: A prerequisite of an accessible future at Millie Blum Disability Studies Conference,  Israel (virtual)   September 8, 2020 Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  4. The Wolbpack (Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina, Jamal Al-deen, Fatima, Salvatore, Chiara, Baloch Gulshan) and Gregor Wolbring (August 21, 2020) One hour Zoom discussions with members of the public (8) that watched the three winners and three runner up of the BIO·FICTION 2019 Neurotechnology Short Film Competition  before the Zoom session Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  5. Wolbring Gregor,  Deloria Rochelle, Lillywhite Aspen, Villamil Valentina (2020) “Ability Expectation and Ableism Peace,” in Peace Review, Issue 31(4): 449-458Disability and Peace, with Guest Editor Emily Nusbaum.
  6. Villamil, Valentina, Deloria Rochelle, Wolbring Gregor (2020) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: What is the role of social workers, occupational therapists, audiologists, nurses and speech language pathologists according to academic literature and Canadian newspaper coverage? p. 83-87 in REHAB ’19: Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on ICTs for improving Patients Rehabilitation Research Techniques at Popayán, Colombia, Universidad de CaucaPopayán-Colombia 11-13 September, 2019 Editors: Habib M. Fardoun,, Sergio Albiol Pérez,, Ahlam A. M. Hassan, Elena de la Guia; DOI:10.1145/3364138; Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  7. Villamil Valentina Vidal, Fernando and Wolbring Gregor (2020) A historical analysis of the Locked-in Syndrome in 300 Canadian Newspaper from its first appearance in 1986 – 2018,  29th annual History of Medicine Days Conference (poster) (cancelled due to Covid)
  8. Villamil Valentina and Wolbring Gregor (2020) Neurotechnologies and Active Citizenship: Perspectives of Canadian Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologistst at  Technology and Citizenship: 16th Annual Conference on Citizenship by The Center for the Study of Citizenship, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA, as April but postponed to March 2021 due to Coronavirus situation (we present by skype but rest of the participants don’t therefore it was cancelled Funding: Government of Canada, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2019

  1. Villamil Valentina and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Neurotechnology governance and lifelong learning: Views of speech related professionals at 20th Asian Bioethics Conference Dhaka Bangladesh 22-25 November virtual; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Lillywhite, Aspen; Deloria Rochelle, Villamil, Valentina  and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) (two workshops on the same day)  Two Discovery day workshops at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, October 25, 2019; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Villamil Valentina and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Neurotechnology governance and lifelong learning: Views of speech related professionals at Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 10, 2019 poster (only option); Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  4. Villamil, Valentina, Deloria Rochelle and Wolbring Gregor  (2019) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: What is the Role of Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Audiologists, Nurses and Speech Language Pathologists According to Academic Literature and Canadian Newspaper Coverage? Presented at REHAB 2019 WORKSHOP 5TH WORKSHOP ON ICTS FOR IMPROVING PATIENTS REHABILITATION RESEARCH TECHNIQUES Popayán, Colombia 11 a 13 de Septiembre, 2019 Universidad de CaucaPopayán-Colombia (virtual). Full paper will also be published in Conference Proceedings hosted by ACM Digital Library; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  5. Villamil, Valentina and Wolbring Gregor  (2019) Role and scope coverage of speech related professionals linked to neuro-advancement within the academic literature and Canadian newspapersEducational Sciences.20199(2), 98; https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci9020098 open access; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  6. Villamil, Valentina and Wolbring Gregor  (2019) The role narrative coverage of speech related professionals linked to neurotechnologies within the academic literature and Canadian newspapers: the issue of global health at Calgary World Health Organization simulation CalWHO Global Health Fair January 13; poster only rescheduled November 2019; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  7.  Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018)  Engagement with disabled people in the Canadian newspaper coverage of  neuroscience, neurotechnologies and neuroengineering at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Vancouver Canada, June 1-3 oral talk;  Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  8. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Engagement With Disabled People In The Canadian Newspaper Coverage Of Neuroscience, Various Neurotechnologies And Neuroengineering at Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24 oral presentation; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  9. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage of the role of speech related professionals linked to neuroadvancements within the academic literature and Canadian newspape rat Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24 poster; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  10. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage of the role of speech related professionals linked to neuroadvancements within the academic literature and Canadian newspapers at Technology and Citizenship: 16th Annual Conference on Citizenship by The Center for the Study of Citizenship, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA, March 21-23; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

2018

  1. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018)  Engagement with disabled people in the Canadian newspaper coverage of  neuroscience, neurotechnologies and neuroengineering at tudent Union Research Symposium University of Calgary, November 30,  poster (only option); Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  2. Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Artificial intelligence and machine learning: What is the role of social workers, occupational therapists, audiologists, nurses and speech language pathologists according to academic literature and newspaper coverage?  AI Day at University of Calgary Nov. 29; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  3. Gregor Wolbring, Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil, Aspen Lillywhite (2018) STEMS Colloquium Series; University of Calgary October 24, 2018
    Role and Imagery Narrative Research: Opportunities for Cross-Cutting Research
    in the Social Dimensions of Science. The Case of Disabled People, Disabled
    Students and Health Professionals; Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017
  4. Aspen Lillywhite,  Rochelle Deloria, Valentina  Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018)Artificial Intelligence and its Impact: A Group discussion (also covers neurotech) (two workshops on the same day) Discovery day workshop at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, October 19, 2018
  5. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018) The coverage of neuroadvancements linked to the role of speech-language pathologists and audiologist  Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 11, 2018 poster (only option); Project Funder: Government of Canada Canadian Institutes of Health Research Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction ERN 155204 in cooperation with ERA-NET NEURON JTC 2017

Sophya Yumakulov (2010-2013)

2015

  1. Wolbring G and Yumakulov S (2015) Education through an Ability Studies Lens in Zeitschrift für Inklusion 10(2) no page number Special Issue on Ableism: Behinderung und Befähigung im Bildungswesen Editor Lisa Pfahl and Tobias Buchner link to full issue

2014

  1. Wolbring, Gregor Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Ball Natalie, Yumakulov Sophya (2014) Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement with veterans and soldiers with injuries In WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation special issue on Soldier Rehabilitation online first DOI: 10.3233/WOR-141936 in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant 2) Wolbring, Gregor and Yumakulov Sophya (2014) Social robots: Views of staff of a disability service organization in International Journal of Social Robotics  6(3), 657-468 2013
  2. Yumakulov Sophya and Wolbring Gregor (2013) Impersonal robots: Views of disability service organization workers 14th Asian Bioethics Conference: Ethics in Emerging Technologies to Make Lives Better together 19-23 November 2013 – Loyola College, Chennai, India Podcast
  3. Sophya Yumakulov and Gregor Wolbring (University of Calgary), ‘Media Constructions of ability expectations on children in the New York Times, 1851-Present’. at 2nd Inspire conference September 2013; USRP award of SY supported. podcast
  4. Sophya Yumakulov and Gregor Wolbring (University of Calgary), ‘Media Constructions of ability expectations on children in the New York Times, 1851-Present’. at Imperfect Children A two day conference hosted by The Centre for Medical Humanities University of Leicester, 5-7 September 2013; USRP award of SY supported.. podcast
  5. Yumakulov, Sophya and Wolbring, Gregor What is the normalcy of disabled people in the social robotics field   at Normalcy 2013 conference per podcast and twitter  3rd – Wed. 4th September 2013 – Sheffield Hallam University, UK, supported in part by a UofC bridgefund Podcast
  6. Yumakulov Sophya and Wolbring, Gregor1) Media constructions of ability expectations of children in the New York Times, 1851-2006  at Normalcy 2013 conference per podcast and twitter  3rd – Wed. 4th September 2013 – Sheffield Hallam University, UK, supported in part by a UofC USRP grant
  7. Wolbring Gregor Diep Lucy, Yumakulov Sophya, Ball Natalie, Leopatra Verlyn (2013) Emerging Therapeutic Enhancement Enabling Health Technologies and Their Discourses: What Is Discussed within the Health Domain? Healthcare 2013, 1(1), 20-52
  8. Yumakulov Sophya and Wolbring Gregor (2013) Impersonal robots: Views of disability service organization workers for 2nd Conference of ALTER – European Society for Disability Research  Belgium 3-5 July Podcast
  9. Wolbring, Gregor Diep, Lucy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Ball, Natalie; Yergens, Dean (2013) Social Robots, Brain Machine Interfaces and Neuro/Cognitive Enhancers: Three Emerging Science and Technology Products through the Lens of Technology Acceptance Theories, Models and Frameworks also has a supplementary file to be accessed at same link which is important Technologies 2013, 1(1), 3-25
  10. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G Social robotics and disabled people at Society of Disability Studies Conference, Orlando, USA, June 26-29, Poster,
  11. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G Social robotics and disabled people at Canadian Disability Studies Conference, Victoria, Canada, June 5-7

2012

  1. Wolbring, Gregor; Ball, Natalie, and Yumakulov Sophya, History and future of Neurodiversity through an ability expectation lens under review
  2. Wolbring, Gregor Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Ball Natalie, Yumakulov Sophya (2014) Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement with veterans and soldiers with injuries In WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation special issue on Soldier Rehabilitation online first DOI: 10.3233/WOR-141936 in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant
  3. Yumakulov, S., Yergens, D., Wolbring, G.: Imagery of people with disabilities within social robotics research. In: S.S. Ge et al. (eds.) Proc. ICSR 2012, LNAI, vol. 7621, pp. 168-177. Springer, Berlin (2012)
  4. Wolbring, Gregor; Leopatra Verlyn; Yumakulov Sophya Information Flow and Health Policy Literacy: The Role of the Media in Information 3(3),391-402 (USRP supported)
  5. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G Social robotics and disabled people at Disability Issues and Advocacy conference, U of Tennessee, Nov. 29-30,supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary videocast; PPT ;
  6. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G International Conference on Social Robotics China Social robotics and disabled people Oct. 29-31 supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary videocast; PPT;
  7. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring Ethics Of Artificial Wombs: Missing Angles And Special Concerns Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada, CHICA-SA: Plug and Play (hosted by Southern Alberta Infection Control chapter) Oct 26-27 Podcast , Poster supported by a bridgefund of the University of Calgary
  8. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring  Innovations – Social Robotics in Healthcare: Implications for Policy Community and Hospital Infection Control Association Canada, CHICA-SA 2012: Plug and Play (hosted by Southern Alberta Infection Control chapter) Oct 26-27 Poster  supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary
  9. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G  Social robotics and global health: Emerging opportunities and implications at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary
  10. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G  Ethics Of Artificial Wombs: Missing Angles And Special Concerns at 19th Canadian Conference on International Health October 21-23, 2012, Ottawa, Canada supported by a bridge fund of the University of CalgaryPoster
  11. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring  Innovations – Social Robotics in Healthcare “Disability, Inclusion and Rehabilitation: A Showcase of Canada’s Global Responses” 1-3pm, Sunday, October 21st, 2012 as part of 19th Canadian Conference on Global Health supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary oral talk
  12. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G Social Robotics in Healthcare: Implications for Policy BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th,supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary Poster
  13. Martin Angelica,Ball, Natalie, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiers BHSc Research Symposium on October 4th, Poster
  14. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G Workshop Technische Assistenzsysteme in Pflegearrangements; Workshop on Technical Assistive Devices and health care; Karlsruhe Institute for technology and Systems Analysis, Germany, Sept Social robotics and disabled people 27-28 Sept oral talk through Skype supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary
  15. Wolbring Gregor, Leopatra Verlyn, Yumakulov Sophya Information flow and health policy literacy: The role of the media: Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan just published paper here
  16. Ball, Natalie, Martin Angelica, Tynedal Jeremy, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring Gregor  Exploring discourse surrounding therapeutic enhancement and injured veterans and soldiers at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  17. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G  The Future Of Disability Studies And Social Robotics: The Future Is Here at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan Podcast see here supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary
  18. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G  Innovations – Social Robotics in Healthcare: Implications for Policy at Second Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference September 27-28, 2012; Kalamazoo, Michigan supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary Poster
  19. Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring G Social robotics and the Global South: Needs and opportunities at Disability and the Majority World The 2nd International Conference Date: 26th- 27th September, 2012 Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
  20. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy  September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua,  Italy Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Poster
  21. Martin, Angelica; Ball, Natalie Tynedal, Jeremy; Yumakulov, Sophya; Wolbring, Gregor; (2012) The Coming Epoch of Enhanced Societies? The Challenge of Human Enhancement to Regulation, Ethics, and Public Policy September 6-7, 2012 University of Padua, Italy Exploring Discourse Surrounding Therapeutic Enhancement And Injured Veterans And Soldiers; in part supported by a SSHRC standard operating grant and supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary and European Union’s 7th framework programme grant Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  22. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring (2012 )13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  Aug 27-30Ethics Of Artificial Wombs: Missing Angles And Special Concerns Podcast is here supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary
  23. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring (2012 )13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia Aug 27-30 Ethics Of Artificial Wombs: Missing Angles And Special Concerns supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  24. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring (2012 )13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia podcast Aug 27-30 The Future Of Disability Studies And Social Robotics: The Future Is Here Abstract which has the link to Poster/Podcast published in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics EJAIB Vol. 22 (5) September 2012
  25. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring (2012 )13th Asian Bioethics Conference, Malaysia  podcast Aug 27-30 The Future Of Disability Studies And Social Robotics: The Future Is Here Podcast see here supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary
  26. Yumakulov Sophya, Midwifery and Artificial Womb for NZ conference Podcast see here supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary
  27. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring (2012 ) International Innovation Forum Ward for the 21st century W21c.org July 26 Poster: Innovations – Social Robotics in Healthcare: Implications for Policy Poster supported by a bridge fund of the University of Calgary

2011

  1. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring (2011) Comparing perception of people with disabilities through the lens of the New York Times from 1851-today; student union undergraduate competition hosted at the University of Calgary, Poster  supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary
  2. Wolbring, Gregor and Yumakulov Sophya (2011) Perception of disabled people and work through the lens of the NY Times at Conference on Work and Disability, Re conceptualizing the Burden of Disability University of Guelph, Canada supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary
  3. Yumakulov Sophya, Gregor Wolbring (2011) Comparing perception of people with disabilities through the lens of the New York Times from 1851-today at the 20th history of Medicine days international conference, hosted at the University of Calgary, Poster  supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary
  4. Yumakulov, Sophya (2011) Comparing perception of people with disabilities through the lens of the New York Times from 1851-today; presentation at 2011 Canadian Disability Studies conference supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary
  5. Martin, Angelica Ball, Natalie, Yumakulov Sophya, Wolbring, Gregor (2011) Poster Title: Veterans and human enhancement discourse, Student Union Poster competition, UofC Poster  supported in part by a USRP grant of the University of Calgary

Conferences organized:

In collaboration with the Canadian Society for International Health some members of the WolbPack organized and hosted a Virtual Post- Conference of the 20th Canadian Conference on Global Health: Politics, meaning and scope of sustainability and the Post-2015 Development Agenda

The CFP for the conference can be found here and on our blog

International Network of Students Performing Interdisciplinary Research

INSPIRe conferences the WolbPack organizes

INSPIRe conference the WolbPack organized

5th Annual INSPIRe Virtual Research Symposium, August 13-14, 2016

4th Annual INSPIRe Virtual Research Symposium, August 17-19, 2015

3rd  Annual INSPIRe Virtual Research Symposium, September 14-16, 2014

The students who were involved: Lucy Diep (senior lead) Bushra Abdullah, Emily Chai, Jennifer Cheung, Rachel MacKay, Melanie Vakary,

2nd  Annual INSPIRe Virtual Symposium took place September 8-21, 2013

The students who were involved: Eniola Salami (Supervisor Jesse Hendrikse) and Jennifer Cheung, Rachel MacKay, Bushra Abdullah, Sonum Panesar, Theresa Rybchinski, Angelica Martin, Kalie Mosig,Lucy Diep, Jacqueline Noga (current students of mine), Sophya Yumakulov, (alumni undergraduate researcher of mine still involved with the WolbPack).

1st Annual INSPIRe Virtual Symposium took place September 2012 Here a write up about the 1st INSPIRe conference on it from the Faculty of Medicine webpage written by Amy Dowd THANK YOU! The students involved are the ones in the picture of the story (Back row, L-R) Lucy Diep, Emily Hutcheon, Brian Litke; (Front row, L-R) Gregor Wolbring, Natalie Ball, Jacqueline Noga (via web cam), Verlyn Leopatra, Jeremy Tynedal and Sophya Yumakulov, Kassi Shave, Dana De Bok not in the picture

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