Neuroethics: The Responsible Use of Advances in Brain Science
American Brain Coalition

May 23; Webinar – The American Brain Coalition and INS have organized a webinar on the important social, legal, ethical and policy implications of advances in neuroscience. Speakers include Paul Root Wolpe, Emory Center for Ethics, and Diana Shineman, Tourette Association of America, along with moderator Matthew Rizzo, American Brain Coalition.

Neurotechnology for High Consequence Communication
and Decision-Making
Cognixioin: AI-Powered People

June 5; Toronto, Canada – The INS and Cognixion are hosting a 1-day conference to discuss the social and ethical implications of neurotechnology relating to health, crime, and civil and disability rights. Register online in advance; INS members get a 20% discount. Participating INS Board members include Jennifer Chandler, Joseph J. Fins, Hank Greely and Judy Illes.


Call for Abstracts

2019 INS Annual Meeting

Call for Essays

Neuroethics Essay Contest

Call for Papers

AJOB Neuroscience


Research Assistant in Neuroethics

Weill Institute for Neuroscience

Funding Opportunity

National Institutes of Health

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The mission of the International Neuroethics Society is to encourage and inspire research and dialogue on the responsible use of advances in brain science. To accomplish our mission we:

  • Exchange knowledge among scientists, ethicists, medical professionals, lawyers and judges, educators, policy makers and other stakeholders
  • Forge connections and collaborations across scientific disciplines, business sectors, government agencies and non-government institutions
  • Enable education, training and mentoring opportunities to strengthen neuroethics
  • Engage in public forums and discussions with citizens, journalists and experts


Join a growing group of scholars, scientists, clinicians, students and other professionals exploring critical neuroethics discussions that further this growing field.

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Opportunities are available to support the mission of the International Neuroethics Society at individual and institutional levels. Your involvement will make a difference.

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