2019 Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL, USA
October 17-18

Meeting Sponsors

Janssen Neuroscience; Pharmaceutical companies of Johnson & Johnson
Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at Broad Institute
The Kavli Foundation
Taylor & Francis; Taylor & Francis Group

Presentations and Recognitions

Stipend Contributors

Individuals

  • James and Elisabeth Ewing
  • Dr. Michael Patterson
  • Anonymous

Institutions

Neuroethics Canada; Brain, Health, Human Values
Penn Masters of Bioethics Program
Monash University: Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health
Wellcome Centre Ethics + Humanities

Oral Presentations

* Presenting author

Neuroenhancement for Sale: Assessing the Website Claims of Neurofeedback Providers in the United States

Anna Wexler, Deena Kopyto, Ashwini Nagappan*
Department of Medical Ethics & Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

 

Exploring Ethical Issues Around Use of Cognitive Enhancement Drugs for Children in Low Resource Settings

Jayashree Dasgupta* (1), Georgia Lockwood Estrin (2), Jesse Summers (3), Ilina Singh (4)
1. Sangath, C-1/52, Safdarjung Development Area, New Delhi – 110016; 2. Birkbeck, University of London, Malet Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7HX, UK; 3. Department of Philosophy, Duke University, USA; 4. The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, University of Oxford, UK;

 

The Brain as Best Defense: A Study of the Presence of Neurological Data in the United States Justice System

Armani V.K. Porter*, William L.D. Krenzer, Nita Farahany
Duke University

 

Regulating Emerging Neurotechnology: Learning from Political Philosophy

Andreas Wolkenstein*
LMU Munich

 

Researchers' Views on Device Removal Following Brain Implant Research

Demetrio Sierra-Mercado* (1,2), Kristin Kostick (1), Peter Zuk (1,3), Laura Torgerson (1), Rebecca Hsu (1), Jill Oliver Robinson (1), Simon Outram (4), Barbara Koenig (4,5), Stacey Pereira (1), Amy McGuire (1), Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz (1)
1. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 2. Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine; 3. Department of Philosophy, Rice University; 4. Institute for Health & Aging, University of California San Francisco; 5. Department of Anthropology, History, and Social Medicine, University of California San Francisco

 

"Anger is a Gift:" Moral Enhancement as a Potential Means of Oppression

Timothy Brown*
University of Washington

 

Poster Presentations

Poster 2

Constraints That Make us Free: A Neuroethical Justification of Compulsory Treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Combat Veterans

Nicholas A. Natalizio (1), Peter A. DePergola II (2)
1. Elms College; 2. Elms College, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Baystate Health

 

Poster 3  /  Stipend Recipient

Ethical Implications of Neurobiologically Informed Risk Assessment for Criminal Justice Decisions: A Case for Pragmatism

Corey Hill Allen (1), Sara Abdulla (1), Thomas Nadelhoffer (2), Eyal Aharoni (1)
1. Georgia State University; 2. College of Charleston

 

Poster 4

A Meta-analysis of Minimal Consciousness Treatment Quantification Methods After Neurostimulation

Ian Stevens
Northern Arizona University – Department of Philosophy

 

Poster 5

Whose Brain is it Anyway? Ethical Considerations for Sharing Raw Neuroimaging Data

Shelly Benjaminy
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

 

Poster 6  /  Stipend Recipient

Religious Exemptions to Neurological Determination of Death

Martha Bailey
Faculty of Law and Centre for Neuroscience Studies, Queen’s University, Canada

 

Poster 7

Cochlear-Neuro Prosthesis in Treatment of Deafness: A Miracle Device for Cure of Deafness or Technology for Demise of Deaf Culture (Ethnocide)

Mohammad Shamim Ansari
Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Speech & Hearing Disabilities (Divyangjan), Mumbai, India.

 

Poster 8

Should we Erase our Unpleasant Memories?—Ethics of Memory Manipulation by Neurofeedback Technologies

Eisuke Nakazawa (1), Keiiichiro Yamamoto (1), Koji Tachibana (2)
1. The University of Tokyo; 2. Kumamoto University

 

Poster 9

The Neuroethics of Dreaming? Ethical and Psychological Implications of Lucid Dream "Immorality"

Abidemi Idowu Otaiku
Colchester General Hospital

 

Poster 10

Brain Death and the Scope of Irreversibility

Nada Gligorov
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

 

Poster 11

Neuroessentialism among Sex Offender Treatment Providers: A Qualitative Analysis

Deniz Ariturk (1), Colleen M. Berryessa (2)
1. Duke University; 2. Rutgers University, School of Criminal Justice

 

Poster 12

Sources of the Self: Moral Determinants in Global Intergration

Denis Larrivee (1,2)
1. Loyola University Chicago, 2. University of Navarra Medical School (Spain)

 

Poster 13

The Stakeholer Model: Privileging Rights Praxis over Meta-Principle in Ethical Deliberation

Denis Larrivee (1,2), Rita Saldanha (3)
1. Loyola University Chicago, 2. University of Navarra Medical School, 3.Greenville Hospital System, South Carolina, USA

 

Poster 14

Network Parity Models: A Reprioritization of Anthropocentric Norms Only?

Denis Larrivee (1,2), Rita Saldanha (3)
1. Loyola University Chicago, 2. University of Navarra Medical School, 3. Greenville Hospital System, South Carolina, USA

 

Poster 15

Structuring Values Evolution in Legal, Ethical, and Social Polity: Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Rights Attribution

Denis Larrivee (1,2), Michele Farisco (3)
1. Loyola University Chicago; 2. University of Navarra Medical School (Spain); 3. Centre for Research Ethics and Bioethics, Uppsala University (Sweden)

 

Poster 17

The Ethics of Digital Psychiatric Tracking Medication: It's Trickier Than You Think!

Anna K. Swartz
Independent Researcher

 

Poster 18

Ethical Issues in Human Research with Invasive and Non-Invasive Neural Devices

Saskia Hendriks (1,2), Khara M. Ramos (2), Christine Grady (1)
1. Department of Bioethics, Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health; 2. National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health

 

Poster 19

An Open Landscape for Neuroethics Analysis of Neurotechnologies in the Workplace

N. Minielly, I. Coates McCall, J. Illes
Neuroethics Canada, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of British Columbia

 

Poster 20

Psychiatric Neurosurgery: Contemporary Procedures in Contemporary Discourse

Laura Y. Cabrera (1), Caitlin Courchesne (2), Merlin Bittlinger (3), Sabine Müller (3), Roberto Martinez (4), Eric Racine (5), Judy Illes (2)
1. Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, Michigan State University; 2. Neuroethics Canada, University of British Columbia; 3. Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, corporate member of Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and Berlin Institute of Health, Berlin, Germany; 4. Department of Functional Neurosurgery and Gamma Knife Radiosurgery, Hospital Ruber International; 5. Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada

 

Poster 21

Practice, Perceptions, and Predictions: Clinical Opinions about Psychiatric Neurosurgery

Laura Y. Cabrera (1), Caitlin Courchesne (2), Zelma Kiss (3), Judy Illes (2)
1. Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences and Department of Translational Neuroscience, Michigan State University; 2. Neuroethics Canada, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of British Columbia; 3. Hotchkiss Brain Institute and Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Calgary

 

Poster 22

Public Views about Treating Depression Across Four Treatment Modalities

Aaron M. McCright, Megan Penzkofer, Robyn Bluhm, Eric Achtyes, Laura Y. Cabrera
Michigan State University

 

Poster 23

Methodological Advances in Neuroethics: Using Discrete Choice Experiments to Inform Decision-Making

Magda Aguiar (1,2), K. Julia Kaal (1,2,3), Mark Harrison (3,4), Mary B. Connolly (5), Patrick J. McDonald (1), Judy Illes (1)
1. Neuroethics Canada, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of British Columbia; 2. Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of British Columbia; 3. School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia; 4. Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences, St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, BC, Canada; 5. Division of Neurology, Department of Pediatrics, UBC and BC Children's Hospital; 6. Division of Neurosurgery, Department of Surgery, University of British Columbia

 

Poster 24

Ethical and Legal Issues Related to Brain Death Regulations in Korea

Inyoung Lee
Hongik University

 

Poster 25

Precision Editing of the Neuronal Genes and Risk of an Adulterated Brain, Do We Need to Worry?

Ashutosh Kumar (1,5), Vikas Pareek (2,5), Muneeb A. Faiq (3,5), Chiman Kumari (4,5), Sanjib K. Ghosh (1,5), Ravi K. Narayan (1,5)
1. Department of Anatomy, AII India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Patna, India; 2. Computational Neuroscience and Neuroimaging Division, National Brain Research Centre (NBRC), Manesar, Haryana, India; 3. Neuroimaging and Visual Science Laboratory, Langone Medical Centre, New York University School of Medicine; 4. Department of Anatomy, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, India; 5. Etiologically Elusive Disorders Research Network (EEDRN), New Delhi, India

 

Poster 26

If Research in Behavioral Neuroscience uses Non-Human Primates, It Must Also Use Prisoners

Parker Crutchfield
Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine

 

Poster 27

Public Perceptions of Brain Data Sensitivity

Shikhar S. Gupta, Caroline E. Anderson, William L. D. Krenzer, Nita A. Farahany
Duke University

 

Poster 28

The Public Impact of Academic and Print Media Portrayals of TMS: Shining a Spotlight on Discrepancies in the Literature

Abigail Scheper, Veljko Dubljevic
North Carolina State University

 

Poster 29

AI in the Headlines: Portrayal of the Ethical Issues in Artificial Intelligence by the Media

Leila Ouchchy, Veljko Dubljevic
North Carolina State University

 

Poster 30  /  Stipend Recipient

Neuroenhancement with Klotho: Fact or Fiction?

Katharina Trettenbach (1), Robert Ranisch (1), Veljko Dubljevic (2)
1. University of Tuebingen, 2. North Carolina State University

 

Poster 31  /  Stipend Recipient

Analysis of Moral Judgments in Adolescents Utilizing the ADC Model

Matthew Ferguson, Veljko Dubljevic
North Carolina State University

 

Poster 32

How Neural Modifications Impact Authenticity--A Narrative Account

Muriel Leuenberger
University of Basel

 

Poster 33  /  Oral Presentation  /  Stipend Recipient

Neuroenhancement for Sale: Assessing the Website Claims of Neurofeedback Providers in the United States

Anna Wexler, Deena Kopyto, Ashwini Nagappan
Department of Medical Ethics & Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

 

Poster 34

The Importance of Shared Moral Values for Continuity of Personal Identity in Dementia

Nada Gligorov (1), Christopher Langston (2)
1. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; 2. The Mount Sinai Hospital

 

Poster 35

Cultivating the Trustworthiness of Researchers: The Role of Ethical Reflexivity in Neurotechnology Research

Paul Tubig (1,2), Darcy McCusker (1,2)
1. Department of Philosophy, University of Washington; 2. Center for Neurotechnology, University of Washington

 

Poster 36

Perceived Invasiveness of Psychiatric Electroceutical Interventions as Treatment for Clinical Depression

Emily Castillo, Marissa Cortright, Eric Achtyes, Aaron McCright, Robyn Bluhm, Laura Cabrera
Michigan State University

 

Poster 37  /  Stipend Recipient

Developing a Clinical Conceptions of Mind Scale for Use with End-Users of Deep Brain Stimulation

Katherine E. MacDuffie (1), Christopher Pham (1), Erika Versalovic (1), Anna Wexler (2), Sara Goering (1), Eran Klein (1,3)
1. University of Washington; 2. University of Pennsylvania; 3. Oregon Health and Science University

 

Poster 38

Ethical Issues in Neurotechnology: A Comparison of Perspectives from Industry and the General Public

Katherine E. MacDuffie (1), Scott Ransom (1), Eran Klein (1,2)
1. University of Washington; 2. Oregon Health and Science University

 

Poster 39

Guidance for Ethical Development of Digital Phenotyping Tools for Mental Health Applications

Nicole Martinez-Martin
Stanford University

 

Poster 40

Engaging the Ethical Challenges of AI in Mental Health Applications

Nicole Martinez-Martin
Stanford University

 

Poster 41

The ELSI Challenges of Highly Portable and Cloud-Enabled Neuroimaging in the Field

Francis X. Shen (1,2,3), Susan M. Wolf (1,4,5), William McGeveran (1)
1. University of Minnesota Law School; 2. Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Law, Brain, and Behavior; 3. Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School; 4. University of Minnesota Medical School; 5. University of Minnesota Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment, & the Life Sciences

 

Poster 42

Neuroethics of the Nonhuman

L. Syd M Johnson
Upstate Medical University, Center for Bioethics and Humanities

 

Poster 43

Psychiatric Advanced Directives: Protecting or Prohibiting Autonomy?

Tabitha E. Moses
Wayne State University School of Medicine

 

Poster 44

The Right to Alter Memory: An Individual's Prerogative to Forget

Tabitha E. Moses
Wayne State University School of Medicine

 

Poster 45

Sentencing Addicted Offenders: How the Pattern and Consistency of Drug-Use Influence Magistrates' Perceptions of Criminal Responsibility

Nicholas Sinclair-House (1), John J. Child (2), Hans S. Crombag (1)
1. University of Sussex; 2. University of Birmingham

 

Poster 46

Artificial Intelligence for the Ageing World: Promises and Challenges

Marcello Ienca
ETH Zurich

 

Poster 47

Ethical Dilemma Over Euthanasia: Recent Research Advancement Question Revision of the Regulatory Laws

Ravi Kant Narayan (1), Ashutosh Kumar (1), Vikas Pareek (2), Sanjib Kumar Ghosh (1)
1. Department of Anatomy, AII India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS); 2. Computational Neuroscience and Neuroimaging Division, National Brain Research Centre (NBRC)

 

Poster 48

Characterizing the Decision Burden held by DBS-Naive Patients with Parkinson's Disease

Sunidhi Ramesh (1), Somnath Das (1), Mohammad Rasool (1), Michael Baldassari (1), Jeffrey Ratliff (2), Daniel Kremens (2), Lohit Velagapudi (1), Caio Matias (3), Tsao-Wei Liang (2), Chengyuan Wu (3)
1. Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University; 2. Department of Neurology, Thomas Jefferson University; 3. Department of Neurosurgery, Thomas Jefferson University

 

Poster 49  /  Stipend Recipient

Science Communication: Developing a Multimedia Cultural Research Dictionary for Neuroscience Research in Developing Countries

Rosemary Musesengwa, Ilina Singh
University of Oxford

 

Poster 50  /  Oral Presentation  /  Stipend Recipient

Exploring Ethical Issues Around Use of Cognitive Enhancement Drugs for Children in Low Resource Settings

Jayashree Dasgupta (1), Georgia Lockwood Estrin (2), Jesse Summers (3), Ilina Singh (4)
1. Sangath, C-1/52, Safdarjung Development Area, New Delhi – 110016; 2. Birkbeck, University of London, Malet Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7HX, UK; 3. Department of Philosophy, Duke University, USA; 4. The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, University of Oxford, UK;

 

Poster 51  /  Oral Presentation  /  Stipend Recipient

The Brain as Best Defense: A Study of the Presence of Neurological Data in the United States Justice System

Armani V.K. Porter, William L.D. Krenzer, Nita Farahany
Duke University

 

Poster 52

Military Neuro Ethics: Issues and Challenges

Shashivadhanan Sundaravadhanan
Command Hospital Air Force Bangalore, Bengaluru 560007, India

 

Poster 53

Neuro-Doping and the Value of Effort in Sport

Alexandre Erler
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Poster 54

In vivo Current Mapping in Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS): A Cautionary Tale of Premature Application of tDCS In and Out of Clinical Context

Anita S. Jwa (1), Johnathan S. Goodman (2), Christine S. W. Law (3), Gary H. Glover (4)
1. Stanford Law School; 2. Biophysics, Stanford University; 3. Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Stanford University; 4. Radiology, Stanford University

 

Poster 55

Experimental Pediatric Deep Brain Stimulation for Movement and Psychiatric Disorders: Balancing the Interests of the Child, Guardian, and Clinicians.

Laura Torgerson (1), Peter Zuk (1,2), J. Blumenthal-Barby (1), Eric A. Storch (3), Gabriel Lazaro-Munoz (1)
1. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine, (2) Department of Philosophy, Rice University, Houston, (3) Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine

 

Poster 57

Xià yībù shì shénme* - Changes in Global Hegemony; Challenges for Neuroethics

Joseph DeFranco (1), James Giordano (2)
1. Biodefense Studies Program and Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, George Mason University; 2. Department of Neurology and Neuroethics Studies Program, Georgetown University Medical Center

 

Poster 58  /  Stipend Recipient

UBACC: Experiences of Study Participants from Western Kenya

Eunice Karanja Kamaara (1), Violet Naanyu (2), Edith Kwobah (3), Lukoye Atwoli (4)
1. Moi University School of Arts & Social Sciences, Department of Philosophy & Religious; 2. Moi University School of Medicine, Department of Behavioral Sciences; 3. Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital, Department of Mental Health; 4. Moi University School of Medicine, Department of Mental Health.

 

Poster 59

The Africa Character Initiation Programme: Future Prospects and Ethical Issues

Eunice Karanja Kamaara (1), Emily Choge Kerama (1), Mary Wahome (1), Pamela Abuya (2), Joyce Nyairo (3)
1. Moi University, Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies; 2. Independent Consultant; 3. Santuri Media.

 

Poster 60

Research Consent Capacity in Patients with Aphasia

Katrina Okerstrom-Jezewski, Daniel Tranel, Steven Anderson
University of Iowa

 

Poster 61

The Criminal Responsibility of Patients under Dopamine Agonist Therapy in France

Djohar Sidhoum-Rahal
Université Paris Nanterre; Centre Simmel, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris

 

Poster 62

No Episodic Memory, No Problem: A New Framework for Moral Responsibility with Implications for Dementia Patients and Healthy Individuals

Deniz Ariturk
Duke University

 

Poster 63  /  Oral Presentation  /  Stipend Recipient

Regulating Emerging Neurotechnology: Learning from Political Philosophy

Andreas Wolkenstein
LMU Munich

 

Poster 64

Exploring Issues of Agency in End Users Living with Brain Computer Interfaces: Two Diverging Perspectives

Ishan Dasgupta (1), Tim Brown (1), Eran Klein (1,2), Sara Goering (1)
1. Department of Philosophy and Center for Neurotechnology, University of Washington; 2. Department of Neurology, Oregon Health and Science University

 

Poster 66

The Neuroethics of Consciousness Research: A Call for Empirical Investigation

Peter Zuk (1,2), Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz (1)
1. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 2. Department of Philosophy, Rice University.

 

Poster 67

Researchers' Perspectives on Continued Access to Neural Devices Following Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation Trials

Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz (1), Kristin Kostick (1), Peter Zuk (1,2), Laura Torgerson (1), Rebecca Hsu (1), Jill Oliver Robinson (1), Demetrio Sierra-Mercado (1,3), Simon Outram (4), Barbara Koenig (4,5), Stacey Pereira (1), Amy McGuire (1)
1. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 2. Department of Philosophy, Rice University; 3. Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine; 4. Institute for Health & Aging, University of California San Francisco; 5. Department of Anthropology, History, and Social Medicine, University of California San Francisco.

 

Poster 68

Patients' Reasons for Declining to Participate in Adaptive Deep Brain Stimulation Trials

Lavina Kalwani (1), Demetrio Sierra-Mercado (2,3), Simon Outram (4), Kristin Kostick (2), Peter Zuk (1,2), Laura Torgerson (1), Rebecca Hsu (1), Jill Oliver Robinson (1), Barbara Koenig (4,5), Stacey Pereira (2), Amy McGuire (2), Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz (2)
1. Rice University; 2. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 3. Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine; 4. Institute for Health & Aging, University of California San Francisco; 5. Department of Anthropology, History, and Social Medicine, University of California San Francisco.

 

Poster 69

Data Sharing from Deep Brain Stimulation Trials: Researcher Perspectives

Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz (1), Peter Zuk (1,2), Kristin Kostick (1), Laura Torgerson (1), Rebecca Hsu (1), Jill Oliver Robinson (1), Demetrio Sierra-Mercado (1,3), Simon Outram (4), Barbara Koenig (4,5), Stacey Pereira (1), Amy McGuire (1)
1. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 2. Department of Philosophy, Rice University; 3. Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine; 4. Institute for Health & Aging, University of California San Francisco; 5. Department of Anthropology, History, and Social Medicine, University of California San Francisco.

 

Poster 70  /  Oral Presentation  /  Stipend Recipient

Researchers' Views on Device Removal Following Brain Implant Research

Demetrio Sierra-Mercado (1,2), Kristin Kostick (1), Peter Zuk (1,3), Laura Torgerson (1), Rebecca Hsu (1), Jill Oliver Robinson (1), Simon Outram (4), Barbara Koenig (4,5), Stacey Pereira (1), Amy McGuire (1), Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz (1)
1. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 2. Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine; 3. Department of Philosophy, Rice University; 4. Institute for Health & Aging, University of California San Francisco; 5. Department of Anthropology, History, and Social Medicine, University of California San Francisco

 

Poster 72

On the Permissibility of Moral Bioenhancements

Ian Shane Peebles
University of Pennsylvania

 

Poster 73

Why Moral Bioenhancements Are Not (And Never Will Be) Obligatory

Ian Shane Peebles
University of Pennsylvania

 

Poster 74

Resectioning Psychosurgical Research to Spite the Brain: How 'DBS-Hype' May Hamper Neurosurgical Advancement and Ethical Research

Zaev Suskin
1. Georgetown University School of Medicine; 2. Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics; 3. Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics

 

Poster 75  /  Stipend Recipient

Stereotactic Neurosurgery for Neuropsychiatric Illnesses: Deep Brain Stimulation vs. Neuro-Ablation

Zaev Suskin
1. Georgetown University School of Medicine; 2. Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics; 3. Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics

 

Poster 77

Ethical Issues with the Impact of Gut Microbiota on Human Cognition

Saskia E. Verkiel
Georgia State University

 

Poster 78

"My Code Made Me Do It": What Perceptions of Artificial Minds Can Tell Us About Perceptions of Natural Minds and the Limits of the Neuroscientific Challenge to Free Will

Deniz Ariturk
Duke University

 

Poster 79

Neurobiological Genesis of Axiology: Justice and Human Rights

Platas Villa Liebet Alery (1), Martínez Bulle-Goyri Victor Manuel (2), Platas Martínez Arnaldo (3), Villanueva Chalabe Pablo (4)
1. National Autonomous University of Mexico; 2. National Autonomous University of Mexico; 3. Veracruzana University; 4. Hospital Lucio Molas Argentina

 

Poster 80

Who Should Obtain Consent for Human Intracranial Electrophysiology Studies? Investigator Perspectives and Current Regulation

Cailin Lechner (1), Joncarmen Mergenthaler (2), Josh Feler (3), Daniel Dohan (4), Winston Chiong (1), Jalayne Arias, (1)
1. Neurology, University of California San Francisco; 2. Neurological Surgery, University of California San Francisco; 3. Yale School of Medicine; 4. Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California San Francisco

 

Poster 81

Ethical Issues in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics

Adam L. Braddock
University of California San Diego School of Medicine

 

Poster 82

The Queer Nature of Neuroethics

Ann E. Fink
Lehigh University

 

Poster 83

Law, Neuroscience, and Civic Republicanism

Joshua Preston
Shen Neurolaw Lab, University of Minnesota

 

Poster 84

Deep-Brain Stimulation and the Aesthetics of Agency

Timothy Brown
University of Washington

 

Poster 85  /  Oral Presentation  /  Stipend Recipient

"Anger is a Gift:" Moral Enhancement as a Potential Means of Oppression

Timothy Brown
University of Washington

 

Poster 86

The Ethics of Brain-to-Brain Interfacing

Andreas Wolkenstein (1), Christoph Bublitz (2), Orsolya Friedrich (3)
1. LMU Munich; 2. University of Hamburg; 3. FernUni Hagen

 

Poster 87  /  Stipend Recipient

The Spectrum of Responsibility Ascription for End Users of Neural Technologies

Andreas Schönau (1), Sara Goering (1), Eran Klein (1, 2)
1. Department of Philosophy and Center for Neurotechnology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA; 2. Department of Neurology, Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR, USA