2021 INS Annual Meeting
Online Conference
November 4-5

Publishing and Writing

Thursday, November 4, 2021
4:30p EDT / 20:30 UTC


  • Katrina Sifferd, Co-Editor in Chief, Neuroethics
  • Paul Root Wolpe, Editor-in-Chief, AJOB Neuroscience
  • Moderator: Anna Wexler, University of Pennsylvania


Registered meeting attendees can participate in this live discussion on Zoom. Register to attend this activity and all sessions included in the schedule.

Live: Thursday, November 4, 4:30p EDT / 20:30 UTC (calendar)

Zoom webinar link will be posted here. To access the webinar, participants will enter a password and their email address (the one used to register for the meeting). Passwords will be distributed to registered participants one week before the meeting begins.


A recording of this virtual session is expected to be available for meeting attendees approximately two weeks after the meeting concludes.


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Katrina Sifferd

Co-Editor in Chief, Neuroethics
Professor and Chair of Philosophy, Elmhurst University

Katrina Sifferd holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of London, King’s College, and is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Elmhurst University, where she holds the Genevieve Staudt Endowed Chair. After leaving King’s, Katrina was a Rockefeller Fellow in Law and Public Policy and Visiting Professor at Dartmouth College. Before becoming a philosopher, Katrina worked as a senior legal analyst on criminal justice projects for the National Institute of Justice. Katrina serves as Co-Editor in Chief of the journal Neuroethics.

Paul Root Wolpe

Editor-in-Chief, AJOB Neuroscience


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Anna Wexler

University of Pennsylvania

Anna Wexler is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She is the principal investigator of the Wexler Lab, where she studies the ethical, legal, and social issues surrounding emerging technology, with a particular focus on do-it-yourself medicine, direct-to-consumer health products, and neuroethics.