Christian Carrozzo, PhD (c) is the head of bioethics education, Managing Editor to the Journal of Hospital Ethics, and the founder of the Program for Neuroethics & Clinical Consciousness (PNCC) at the John J. Lynch, MD Center for Ethics. In addition, he is co-chair of the Lynch Center's subcommittee on institutional policy and serves as consultative bioethics liaison to the neuroscience and psychiatric units of the hospital. Carrozzo is a Doctoral Candidate with the Department of Philosophy at the University at Albany, State University of New York, and was named Distinguished Alumnus in Philosophy by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at George Mason University. He has also served as adjunct faculty for the Department of Philosophy at The George Washington University, and the Department of Philosophy and Religion at American University. Carrozzo has published over a dozen peer-reviewed articles in the area of neuroethics and the broader philosophy of mind. He is presently both writing and co-editing a book alongside Elspeth Cameron Ritchie for Oxford University Press devoted to medical and philosophical perspectives surrounding decisional capacity. In addition, Carrozzo serves as bioethicist reviewer for the Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health Research Program (U.S. Department of Defense) at General Dynamics. His general areas of research are the philosophy of mind and cognitive psychology, neurophilosophy, and neuroethics. His current research regards an investigation into the potential for non-conceptual, higher-level representation (e.g., mental states), and the phenomenological properties of experience that might serve as epistemological justification for the formation of non-conceptual beliefs.