The speed of technology in neuroscience as it impacts ethical and just decisions in the legal system needs to be understood by lawyers, judges, public policy makers, and the general public. The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Law, Brain, and Behavior is an academic and professional resource for the education, research, and understanding of neuroscience and the law. Read more

Olamide Abiose, M.Ed., is the Program Coordinator for the Center for Law, Brain and Behavior. She graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education program in Human Development and Psychology in May 2015, where she received an Intellectual Contribution/Faculty Tribute Award and was chosen as the school’s Convocation Student Speaker. Prior to that, she graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis. Her research interests include stereotype threat, social cognitive development, and the effects of toxic stress on the brain.