Paul Tubig is a Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy at the University of Washington. He is a Neuroethics Research Associate with the Center for Neurotechnology and affiliate member of the UW Disability Studies Program. Paul teaches at Bellevue College, the Washington Correction Center for Women, and Monroe Correctional Complex. He works on various projects in public philosophy. Paul's research is most invested in topics in social and political philosophy, medical ethics, neuroethics, philosophy of disability, philosophy of migration, and incarceration.
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