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International Neuropsychological Society
Annual Meeting 2019

Embracing the Biopsychosocial Melting Pot
February 20-23; New York City, NY, USA

Former INS President Judy Illes will give a plenary titled "Advances in Neurotechnology for Neurocognition: Balancing on the Tightrope of Discovery, Treatment, and Translation," and is leading a symposium titled "Neurotechnology for Neuropsychology in Egypt, Nepal and Canada: Perspectives, Intersections and Opportunities," with speakers Illes, Tamer Emara, Alissa Antle and Claudia Barned. A 40% discount is available for INS members; please contact Elaine Snell for details ([email protected]).

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The mission of the International Neuroethics Society is to encourage and inspire research and dialogue on the responsible use of advances in brain science.

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