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PhD Researcher in Neurotechnology and the Law, University of Antwerp

Timo Istace is a PhD researcher at the University of Antwerp, conducting research into the interplay between neurotechnology and the law, with a specific emphasis on human rights law and medical law. His areas of expertise encompass human rights law, medical law, philosophy of law, and bioethics. Timo specialises in exploring the implications of emerging technologies, with a particular focus on neurotechnology, within these domains.

He is an active member of the Antwerp Health Law and Ethics Chair (AHLEC), and an associate researcher at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, focusing on neurotechnology and human rights.

Timo holds a master’s degree in law as well as a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Antwerp.