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. Learn More

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I will be giving 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 will offer members of The Vancouver Board of Trade's Company of Young Professionals (CYP) Program an outstanding opportunity to connect [more]
Big data meets big science: The new frontier
Join us for a discussion on how information about our brains is being stored and used today! “Mapping International Research: Big Data, Big Ethics?“ Keynote Lecture by: Dr. Bartha Knoppers, Professor, McGill University Followed by a Panel Discussion featuring: Dr. Wylie Burke, Professor [more]
Hillary Rodham Clinton Keynote in Vancouver March 5th
Hillary Rodham Clinton, Former U.S. Secretary of State and Former U.S. Senator from New York will be giving a keynote address in Vancouver. This event is presented by the Women's Leadership Circle of the Vancouver Board of Trade. The Board is calling Clinton’s keynote speech the largest event in [more]
Brain Matters! Vancouver
Join us for a conversation to explore the implications of brain science and social responsibility. This is an opportunity to forge new collaborations, network with peers and experts in all fields of the brain sciences, and engage with the key stakeholders. Open to researchers, thinkers and members [more]
I am pleased to be organizing a group of Edinburgh Alumni in Vancouver to the St. Andrew's Ball on November 30, 2013. Join us for an evening of fun and entertainment! Location is at Hellenic Community Centre, 4500 Arbutus St., Vancouver, BC. Reception - 6:00 pm Dinner - 7:00 pm Scottish [more]