See details of the panel - Neuroscience in the Courts here
See details of the panel - Neuroscience and Human Rights here
Call For Abstracts
Those who submitted abstracts have been invited to present a poster at the INS Annual Meeting. Posters will be on display at the Annual Meeting on Friday, November 14th from 8 a.m. through the close of the program, culminating with the poster and networking session from 5-7:45pm.
Click here to view the Call for Abstracts Announcement.
For the Abstract Submission Rules and Disclosure click here
The International Neuroethics Society is pleased to announce a call for submissions for a new student prize in neuroethics, which is envisioned to promote interest in neuroethics at an early stage in students’ careers. All current postsecondary students in any discipline (undergraduate, graduate, or professional) and any nationality are eligible and invited to submit a single-author essay on any topic in Neuroethics (e.g. ethical, legal, policy and social implications of neuroscience).
The benefits of having an essay selected as one of the top two scholarly essays include:
Essay published in the Kopf Carrier (Newsletter of Kopf Instruments) as part of the “Neuroethics in
Neuroscience Series” edited by Judy Illes (Director, National Core for Neuroethics, UBC),
Essay fast-tracked for submission to the American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience (AJOB-N), where it will be peer- reviewed and considered for publication,
One year free student-membership with the International Neuroethics Society,
A $250 Michael Patterson Travel Stipend , which must be used to attend the 2014 Annual Meeting of the
International Neuroethics Society in Washington, D.C. (Nov 13 & 14),
Special opportunity to network with senior members and students in neuroethics at the November meeting.