Brain Awareness Hour: Neuroethics

Melinda M. Wilding is an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine (Institute of Bioethics and Social Justice) at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Dr. Melinda Wilding is an instructor and consultant of bioethics with twenty years of applied ethics experience. Dr. Wilding’s research areas include global bioethics, genomic governance, neuroethics, telemedicine, immigration policy, and citizen-science for health innovation. 

Dr. Wilding earned her Master of Bioethics from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine where she accumulated training in clinical rounds and published in BENO (Bioethics Network of Ohio). Subsequently, Melinda Wilding completed her Doctor of Bioethics from Loyola University of Chicago Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics and Healthcare Leadership. Recently, Dr. Wilding has presented on "Best Practices for Ethics Committees" at the Inaugural Clinical Bioethics Symposium, UTRGV School of Medicine, served as faculty mentor for Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), and developed course workshops for medical students in Immigration Policy. Dr. Wilding is interested in forming a bridge between arts in medicine and the local community in the Rio Grande Valley. 

Presented by Dr. Melinda Wilding, UTRGV School of Medicine
Brain Awareness Hour is organized by the RGV for Neuroscience Chapter

Monthly Brain Awareness Hour Presentations

Explore the wonders of the brain during Brain Awareness Hour. The IMAS is partnering with the RGV Society for Neuroscience Chapter to offer online presentation by nervous system researches, perfect for adults and teens interested in expanding their awareness of brain science. Brain Awareness Hour takes place virtually via Zoom. Registrants will receive an email with the webinar link after registration. 

Registrants will be emailed the Zoom link the day before the presentation.

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