The International Neuroethics Society encourages the development and dissemination of neuroethics research. Please contact staff and leadership to discuss potential sponsorship and partnership opportunities with the INS.


Neurotechnology Industry Association

In the interest of future collaboration, INS Board Member Nita Farahany has joined the Neurotechnology Industry Association (NIO) and will be a representative of the INS. In return, the INS warmly welcomes NIO's Alison Fenney as a new member of the Society. A close association between our organizations is important and timely as neurotechnology develops rapidly for medical and consumer uses—transforming our lives in many ways. The INS and NIO will examine the social, ethical, legal and policy implications surrounding devices designed to interact with our brains and nervous system. We look forward to working together to find ways of optimizing the potential of neurotechnology for the benefit of all.

American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience

AJOB Neuroscience is the official journal of the INS. Members can purchase a print and online subscription to AJOB Neuroscience for the reduced rate of $40 per volume year—a $20 savings!

The Neuroethics Blog

The Neuroethics Blog, hosted by the Center for Ethics at Emory University, is the official blog of the International Neuroethics Society and AJOB Neuroscience.

Federation of European Neuroscience Societies

The INS is an affiliate member of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), which promotes neuroscience research to policy-makers, funding bodies and the general public, both regionally and internationally.

Kopf Carrier

The Kopf Carrier, published quarterly by David Kopf Instruments, has published several academic neuroethics essays by students and postdocs as part of the annual INS' Student/Postdoc Essay Contest.

American Brain Coalition

The American Brain Coalition is a non-profit organization comprised of the United States' leading professional neurological, psychological, and psychiatric associations and patient organizations. Together, we seek to advance the understanding of the functions of the brain, and to reduce the burden of brain disorders through public advocacy. INS is a member of the Coalition.