Jason M. Harley

Jason M. Harley, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of surgical education at McGill and a junior scientist at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre. Their research examines psychological processes in surgical training using simulations and advanced technology. Jason’s research on topics such as artificial intelligence in education, biometrics, and cyberpsychology have led to appearances in The Guardian, CBC Radio, CHED Radio, and The Edmonton Journal. Jason is the co-creator of Fake News and Dinosaurs, featured on Global News Television and the Toronto Star. They have published short stories in Tesseracts 21: Nevertheless and elsewhere. Learn more about Jason’s fiction and research on their website, by following them on Twitter, or coming and saying hello at Can-Con where they delight in serving on panels in a non-academic setting.

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