Neuroethics Events

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2017 INS Annual Meeting

November 9-10, International Neuroethics Society, Washington, DC, United States
The International Neuroethics Society (INS) invites researchers around the world to submit abstracts for presentation at our 2017 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. The meeting will feature a wide range of exciting scientific lectures, discussions, and numerous networking opportunities with experts, researchers, and up-and-coming leaders in the field of neuroethics.

Meeting Program

47th European Brain Behavior Society Meeting
September 8-11, Bilbao, Spain

Neuroscience & Society: Ethical, Legal, & Clinical Implications of Neuroscience Research
September 14-15, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Neuroscience & Society gathers national and international academics from the fields of neuroscience, psychiatry and psychology, ethics and law, philosophy, public policy and the social sciences to discuss themes including: ageing and dementia, adolescents, and the developing brain, disability and mental health, and disorders of self-control.

Neuroscience, Responsibility and the Law Workshop
October 9-13, Siena, Italy
Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies is offering a workshop on the implications of the advances in neuroscience and responsibility for the law, in criminal and in civil cases, as well as outside of litigation, in a wide range of jurisdictions around the world, presented by world leaders in the field.

2017 INS Annual Meeting
November 9-10, Washington, DC, United States

Science Communication and Engagement with Religious Audiences
November 11, Washington, DC, United States
This workshop hosted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion Program will aid neuroscientists in becoming ambassadors and communicators for science by offering tools and strategies for constructive engagement with diverse (and largely religious) public audiences. The format will be presentations interspersed with discussion, self-reflection, group work, and exercises for conveying scientific concepts with clarity and sensitivity. Applications to participants' current and future work will be discussed. Free to SfN meeting attendees, but space is limited and registration is required. A light breakfast will be provided. To reserve your seat, email Rob O’Malley (romalley@aaas.org) by Oct 11 with the subject: "SfN AAAS Workshop Registration".

 

INS maintains this list of neuroethics events for your convenience. Links to events hosted by external parties are provided as a courtesy and are not an endorsement of products or services. Share your neuroethics events with INS members by completing the Event Submission form.