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Opportunities and Calls

 

Call for Abstracts

The Workshop on the Philosophy of Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroethics is now accepting abstracts. This workshop aims to promote an international forum to share knowledge, issues, and challenges in the fields of cognitive neuroscience and neuroethics. Although contributions from any area of ​​the philosophy of cognitive neuroscience and neuroethics are welcome, organizers are particularly looking forward to receiving contributions addressing the following topics of inquiry: neural representation, externalism and internalism in cognitive neuroscience; neurocognitive models of concepts, perception, language, etc; explanation in brain and cognitive science; consciousness and disorders of consciousness; neuroscientific contribution to unveiling what makes us human; neuronal epigenesis and moral change; and neuroscience and free will. Submissions are due September 20.

Call for Abstracts

Researchers are invited to submit abstracts of no more than 250 words to be considered for presentation at a 2-day workshop on 'The Ethics of Experimental Deep Brain Stimulation – Future Directions.' Organized by the Wellcome Trust and Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, the workshop will be held January 15-16, 2020 in Oxford, England. Abstracts should address the ethical or legal questions raised by experimental deep brain stimulation. Submission are due October 18.

Call for Papers

American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience (AJOB Neuroscience) is now indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed. In recognition of the milestone, the journal is issuing a call for papers. AJOB Neuroscience editors welcome submissions throughout the field of neuroethics but are particularly interested in the neuroethics of: machine learning, artificial intelligence, and robotics, and digital phenotyping, novel issues in psychiatry, evolving definitions of consciousness and brain death, free will and the neural basis of decision-making, feminist neuroethics, neurodiversity, neuromarketing, neuro-entrepreneurship, and neuroscience startups, meuroethics education, training, and engagement, and neuroengineering and genetic manipulation.