INS members are leaders in the neuroethics field and receive exclusive discounts and opportunities, including:
Membership Categories & Dues
Professionals working in neuroethics or fields related to the social, legal, ethical and policy implications of advances in neuroscience may become regular members of the society.
Individuals interested in INS objectives but ineligible for other INS memberships may apply for an affiliate membership. Affiliate members receive many of the same benefits as professional and trainee/postdoctoral members, but are not provided voting rights. Affiliate members are those interested in learning about neuroethics and who wish to support growth of the field and the society.
Individuals who have obtained their doctoral degree and are currently working in a postdoctoral or training program are eligible for Trainee or Postdoctoral membership. The Trainee and Postdoctoral membership is aimed at those with a doctoral degree in a professional field, but not at the Regular Membership level. This category is expected to be limited to 3 years. Trainee and Postdoctoral members are eligible to transfer or upgrade to a Regular membership category.
Students enrolled in graduate or undergraduate programs at degree-granting institutions of higher education can apply for a student membership. Eligibility for student membership expires at the end of the first calendar year in which the member leaves a degree-granting institution. Student members are eligible to transfer or upgrade to another membership category.
Organizations interested in an institutional membership should inquire with Karen Graham, INS Executive Director. Membership dues are non-refundable. If the cost of membership proves to be a hardship, please contact us.