Wren Boehlen

Wren Boehlen

Summer intern

Wren is a research assistant at the Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit, contributing to several projects including one about stakeholder perspectives (specifically those of rehabilitation professionals) on the use of BCIs (brain-computer interfaces). Having completed a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience with a minor in philosophy at McGill University, her research interests include the intersection of these two topics. However, she is most enthusiastic about research that applies the fields of neuroscience, philosophy, and ethics to the field of occupational therapy, which she is currently studying at the master’s level.