Ethical and social implications of neural–digital interfaces: an interview with Suzanne Rivera

Written by Suzanne Rivera (Case Western Reserve University, OH, USA)

Suzanne Rivera is the Vice President for Research and Technology Management at Case Western Reserve University (OH, USA). In this role, she supports and oversees research that is done in all disciplines practiced at the university, which can include working with a poet to get their chapbook published, to helping a physician–scientist to get a clinical trial up and running or assisting an engineer to receive funding for their study. Suzanne is also on the faculty in the Department of Bioethics at the university, where she teaches students research ethics as well as conducts her own research and scholarship on...

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