Paul Tubig is a Ph.D. Candidate in Philosophy at the University of Washington. He is also a Neuroethics Research Associate with the Center for Neurotechnology, exploring ethical issues arising from the development of implantable neural devices. Paul teaches at Bellevue College and the Washington Correction Center for Women as part of the Freedom Education Project Puget Sound in-prison college program. Paul's current research focuses on the intersection of philosophy of disability, social and political philosophy, medical ethics, and neuroethics. His dissertation examines different understandings of disability and their normative implications in the context of healthcare justice.