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Sponsorship and Partnership Opportunities
All over the world, scientists, doctors and scholars are striving to uncover the mysteries of the brain and understand brain health and disease. They are generating discoveries that affect medicine and public life, and these discoveries are giving rise to a host of ethical, legal, social, cultural and policy issues and questions.
The International Neuroethics Society (INS) is a multidisciplinary organization of professionals in brain research, ethics, law, philosophy, anthropology, education and other fields, who are deeply dedicated to addressing the challenges of new discoveries in the brain sciences, and to training the current and future generation of innovators and entrepreneurs in this rapidly evolving landscape.
Attendees of the 2015 INS Annual Meeting held in the Stock Exchange Room at the Art Institute of Chicago. (Credit: Gillian Hue)
Speakers James Blair, James Giordano, and Hank Greely seated left to right (Hue)
A task of this magnitude and importance requires the help and support of partners and sponsors. We can only carry out our programs with the help of others who share our vision and commitment to excellence in research and innovation, informed decision-making for health and quality of life, and justice in society for people of all ages and cultures.
Opportunities are available to support the mission of the International Neuroethics Society at individual and institutional levels. Your involvement will make a difference.
Sponsors sustain the mission, programming and training activities of the INS. All sponsors receive the following recognitions and additional benefits as delineated by level of sponsorship:
Premier ($10,000)—Includes the opportunity to discuss potential meeting sessions with the INS Program Committee, a half-page ad in the meeting program, and four complimentary registrations to the annual meeting.
Major ($5,000)—Includes the opportunity to discuss potential meeting sessions with the INS Program Committee, a quarter-page ad in the meeting program, and two complimentary registrations to the annual meeting.
Supporting ($2,500)—Includes a listing on the support page in the meeting program and one complimentary registrations to the annual meeting.
Benefactor ($1,000)—Includes a listing on the support page in the meeting program.
Donor ($500)—Includes a listing on the support page in the meeting program.
Friend of the INS ($100)—Includes a listing on the support page in the meeting program
Annual Meeting Support
Individuals and organizations can provide support for the INS Annual Meeting that convenes several hundred attendees each year. The INS meeting is typically held alongside the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting which hosts 25,000 participants and draws from it.
Advertise—Introduce your institution or organization to meeting attendees in the printed program. Deadline for artwork is September 30.
General Sponsorship—Receive recognition in meeting materials and on-site signage; Opportunities to distribute promotional materials to members and meeting attendees.
Host a Meal—Sponsor a breakfast or lunch when all attendees are gathered on Friday to hear scientific sessions.
Poster Reception—Sponsor the poster reception, open to all attendees and held on Friday immediately after the final scientific session.
Travel Stipends—Provide support to individuals to defray the cost of attending the annual meeting, including speakers, students, young professionals, and members from outside North America.
Enduring Materials—Support the video capture of full sessions or the creation of podcasts or videos covering specific activities or thematic topics at the meeting.
Professional Development Session—Sponsor a workshop offering skills training, topical education, or focused discussions for a group of attendees.
INS works with other professional associations, institutions, and organizations to support the needs of our members and promote neuroethics to the public and across disciplines. Please contact us with your ideas or a project that meets our mutual interests. Some of our highest priorities this year include: