Neuroethics Events

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The INS is participating in the British Neuroscience Association's BNA2017 Festival of Neuroscience to be held April 10-13 in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Nick Davis, Manchester Metropolitan University, will give a public talk titled "Using brain science to boost behaviour" on April 11 (10:00–11:45am) at the Birmingham Rep Theatre.

Sir Colin Blakemore, University of London, and Irene Tracey, University of Oxford, will lead a discussion forum on "Brain research, ethics, policy and society" on April 13 (10:40–11:40am) at the ICC Birmingham.

Review the program and public program for more information about featured themes, speakers and topics.

March for Science
April 22, Various Locations

The Neural Basis of Political Behavior Workshop
May 3-6, Siena, Italy

IX Edition of the International Scientific Conference on Neuroethics and Fourth Conference of the Italian Society for Neuroethics
May 17-19, Padua, Italy
Abstracts of 300 words or less, written in Italian or English, must be received by April 6 through the online system. Call for papers

Neuroethics Network
June 19-21, Paris, France

International Bioethics Retreat
June 26-28, Paris, France

Seventh Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education
July 3-5, Paris, France

2017 Annual Meeting of the NIMH Outreach Partnership Program
July 12-14, Bethesda, MD, United States
The meeting provides an opportunity to hear from experts at the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health, participate in technical workshops, and network with local members and community leaders. More information to be announced later this Spring.

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


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