Gregor Wolbring completed his Ph.D. Thesis in 1992 at the Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt a.M. and the University of Frankfurt a.M. Germany under the supervision of Prof. Hartmut Michel (Nobel Laureate), Germany. His webpage www.bioethicsanddisability.org/start.html is a glowing tribute to his commitment to bioethics, equality rights, disabled people’s rights, health research, emerging technology, ethics and other issues.
The author of 14 chapters in a number of books, 29 articles, and 16 peer-reviewed reports, Gregor is a passionate speaker and researcher who brings his scientific expertise and experience to the promotion of issues concerning disabled rights, ethics and the role of science in policy making. He serves on over 24 advisory boards.
Gregor Wolbring is currently a Member of the Executive of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.
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