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FUTUREBODY: The Future of the Body in the Light of Neurotechnology


Hi everybody,

The WolbPack will post on this page and on the blog updates on the progress with the ERANET NEURON ELSI  funded project   FUTUREBODY: The Future of the Body in the Light of Neurotechnology. Wolbpack members involved in the grant so far are  Manel Djebrouni, Aspen Lillywhite, Rochelle Deloria and Valentina Villamil. We started February 2018.

Non Wolbpack members of  the grant are:

Project Coordinator: Christopher Coenen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
Project Partners:

Dr. Oliver Müller, University of Freiburg Germany see also here ;

Dr. Markus Schmidt, Biofaction KG, Austria

Dr. Gregor Wolbring, Canada (funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR))

Funding number details:
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

Award

I received the Fall 2018 Bachelor of Health Sciences, Cumming School of Medicine Research Mentor Award. Thank you to the Wolb Pack of whom all are involved in the moment in the ERA-NET Neuron grant for making it possible!I 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. A piece about my research group 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). Initiated by WenTao Li and Manel Djebrouni of my group. Thanks to you two!!!!

Output: newest to oldest (all peer reviewed, if not indicated otherwise) all output funded by CIHR/ERA-Net Neuron (articles in bold)

2019

  1. 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

  2.  Villamil, Valentina and Wolbring Gregor  (2019) Role and scope coverage of speech related professionals linked to neuro-advancement within the academic literature and Canadian newspapers Education Sciences Educ. Sci. 20199(2), 98; https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci9020098 open access
  3. 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
  4. 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 accepted for January 13, 2019 event; poster (only option); event rescheduled to Nov 2019
  5. 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, accepted for January 13, 2019 event; poster (only option); event rescheduled to Nov 2019
  6. Deloria, Rochelle, and Wolbring, Gregor (2019) Coverage of Neuroethics and Disabled People in Academic Literature (focusing on global health implications) at Calgary World Health Organization simulation CalWHO Global Health Fair, accepted for January 13, 2019 event; poster (only option); event rescheduled to Nov 2019
  7. 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 (virtual)
  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  (virtual)
  9.  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  (virtual)
  10. 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
  11. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage of the role of speech related professionals linked to neuroadvancements within the academic literature and Canadian newspaperat Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24 poster
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Engagement With Disabled People In The Canadian Newspaper Coverage Of Neuroscience, Various Neurotechnologies And Neuroengineering Canadian Bioethics Society Conference, Banff, Canada, May  22-24 oral presentation (oral talk)
  15. 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)
  16. Manel Djebrouni and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Social Workers as Active Citizens: Using Lifelong Learning Mechanisms to Partake in Neuro-Governance at URSCA 2019 5th Undergraduate research conference in science conference in Alberta April 28-29  oral talk
  17. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Engagement with disabled people in the Canadian newspaper coverage of neuroscience neuro-technologies and neuro-engineeringat URSCA 2019 5th Undergraduate research conference in science conference in Alberta April 28-29  poster
  18. Valentina Villamil, Rochelle Deloria and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: The Roles of Allied Health Professionals in Academic and Newspaper Literature at URSCA 2019 5th Undergraduate research conference in science conference in Alberta April 28-29  poster
  19. Rochelle Deloria and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Neuroadvancements and the Role of Nurses as stated in Academic Literature and Canadian Newspapers at URSCA 2019 5th Undergraduate research conference in science conference in Alberta April 28-29 oral talk
  20. Aspen Lillywhite and Gregor Wolbring (2019) Coverage of the role of disabled students as knowledge producers in academic literature at URSCA 2019 5th Undergraduate research conference in science conference in Alberta April 28-29 oral talk
  21. Aspen Lillywhite and Gregor Wolbring (2019)Coverage of artificial intelligence within academic literature, Canadian newspapers and Twitter: The case of disabled people at URSCA 2019 5th Undergraduate research conference in science conference in Alberta April 28-29 oral talk
  22. 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
  23. 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 skype talk
  24. 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, skype talk
  25. 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 Skype talk
  26. 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 Skype talk
  27. 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

2018

  1. 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
  2. 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
  3.  Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018)  Engagement with disabled people in the Canadian newspaper coverage of  neuroscience, neurotechnologies and neuroengineering at Student Union Research Symposium University of Calgary, November 30,  poster (only option)
  4. 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)
  5. Gregor Wolbring, Rochelle Deloria, Valentina Villamil, Aspen Lillywhite (2018) Colloquium Oct 24 – Wolbring 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
  6. 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)  Two Discovery day workshop at Cumming School of Medicine for high school students, October 19, 2018
  7. 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)
  8. Valentina Villamil and Gregor Wolbring (2018) The coverage of neuro-advancements linked to the role of speech-language pathologists and audiologists  Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 11, 2018 poster (only option)
  9. Manel Djebrouni and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Occupational Therapists as Active Citizens: Using Lifelong Learning Mechanisms to Partake in Discussions around the Governance of Neurotechnologies  Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 11, 2018 poster (only option)
  10. Rochelle Deloria  and Gregor Wolbring (2018) Neuro-advancements and the Role of Nurses as stated in Academic Literature and Newspapers Bachelor of Health Science Undergraduate Research Symposium  October 11, 2018 poster (only option)

 

 

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