Sarah Flann is a Research Ethics and Regulatory Specialist at the Fraser Health Department of Evaluation and Research Services. Her focus within this role is to manage harmonized research ethics studies which is a provincial initiative that involves all academic institutions and health authorities within BC. Sarah also recently joined Adler University – Vancouver Campus as the Research Ethics Board Coordinator. Prior to her work in Research Ethics, Sarah spent ten years with the University of British Columbia Department of Psychiatry working at the Cognitive Neuroscience of Schizophrenia Lab. Sarah completed her Master of Science with distinction in the Psychology and Neuroscience of Mental Health program at King’s College London with a focus on clinical and ethical considerations in neuroimaging, machine learning, and the identification of individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis. Sarah’s research interests include the development of ethical research policies and practices for a rapidly evolving research climate of novel technologies and the democratization of expertise through initiatives such as the Strategy for Patient Oriented Research (SPOR).