drgraceleeI am a clinical neuroscience project director and entrepreneur. My research examines issues in clinical ethics in the context of medical neuroimaging for patients with traumatic brain injury. My expertise focuses largely on assessing novel applications of brain imaging technology as diagnostic tools or predictors of patient prognosis. I am a doctor of neuroscience at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Read More

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My slides for my talk at the SCWIST Brown Bag Series is available for download. Click here to download my slides           The Brown Bag Series is an event organized by the Society of Canadian Women in Science and Technology (SCWIST) whose purpose is [more]
Agenda: Creating Career Marketing Tools by Developing your Personal Brand - Presentation by Grace Lee Pursuing a Faculty Position - Presentation by Michael Gold Pursuing Industry Careers in the Life Sciences - Presentation by Nilly Razavi and Brian Duff Date: October 28, 2014 Time: 4:30 – 6 [more]
Profile on UBC Alumni Webpage
I had an opportunity to be a featured alumni from the University of British Columbia. I wanted to share my profile with you here on my site. Q: What was your first job after graduation? [DDET Read my answer]My first job was a Fellow in the Department of Medicine, Division of Neurology at UBC, [more]
As a young field currently in its second decade, neuroethics has a unique role in guiding responsible applications of neuroscience research to society. While neuroethics has captivated the attention of researchers worldwide, few institutions have dedicated neuroethics centers, and many identify neur [more]
I gave a talk similar to the TEDx talks at the Vancouver Aquarium 4D Theatre. Tuesday March 11, 2014 - 5:30pm to 8:30pm.   This inspirational event offered members of The Vancouver Board of Trade's Company of Young Professionals (CYP) Program an outstanding opportunity to connect and gain ins [more]