2015 Annual Meeting

October 15-16, 2015 
Chicago, IL, United States

Student Essay Contest
Students can submit a single-author essay on any neuroethics-related topic.
Submissions due May 20

Northwestern University Hughes Auditorium
October 15

Art Institute of Chicago
October 16

International Neuroethics Society

Neuroethics studies the social, legal, ethical and policy implications of advances in neuroscience. With the unprecedented progress in the basic sciences of mind and brain and in the treatment of psychiatric and neurologic disorders, comes an expanding role of neuroscience into classrooms, courtrooms, offices and homes around the world.  A principle objective of the INS is to help the public understand the issues raised by this research and the powerful new tools being developed. Some examples are:

  • brain privacy and the use of sophisticated imaging
  • cognitive enhancement and potential avenues for pharmacological manipulation
  • the use of brain imaging in the criminal justice system
  • neurotechnology safety - including interventions and devices
  • the neurobiology of decision-making and applications - in areas such as marketing, and others

INS Membership

Members receive access to networking opportunities, our neuroethics newsletters, meeting registration discounts, and a reduced subscription price for the quarterly journal AJOB Neuroscience.

Membership categories include: 

  • Regular
  • Affiliate
  • Trainee/Post Doc
  • Student
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INS-Sponsored Sessions

INS is collaborating with Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics a series of Neuroethics webinars:
Hacking the Brain: Neuroenhancement with Noninvasive Brain Stimulation

Does Brain-Based Lie Detection Belong in American Courtrooms?

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Announcements

Judy Illes Selected as Next INS President
International Neuroethics Society

The Anatomy of NIMH Funding
Thomas R. Insel - NIHM

Post-doctoral Position
NYU Langone Medical Center

Postdoctoral Fellow
University of British Columbia

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