The Center for Law, Brain & Behavior puts the most accurate and actionable neuroscience in the hands of judges, lawyers, policymakers and journalists—people who shape the standards and practices of our legal system and affect its impact on people’s lives. We work to make the legal system more effective and more just for all those affected by the law.

CLBB Project Director

Caitlyn Tabor, JD, is the Project Director of the Aging Brains/Elder Protection, UNITAR (United Nations international comparative neurolaw curriculum), and Asylum/Immigration projects of the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Law, Brain & Behavior. Caitlyn joined the Center for Law, Brain & Behavior as a Research Assistant in Summer 2022. Following that experience, she remained at CLBB as a Senior Research Associate and has now transitioned to Project Director. Outside of her work at CLBB, Caitlyn is a Fellow for the Neuroethics Hub at Harvard Medical School, a Master of Bioethics candidate at Harvard Medical School, and an adjunct professor of health law, bioethics, and public health policy at New York’s Renaissance School of Medicine (Stony Brook University). Caitlyn’s recent scholarship centers on how justice can practically be achieved through the reform of health policy and legal policy. She is passionate about protecting human rights and is attentive to the importance of diversity and inclusion in achieving meaningful legal and public health outcomes.

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