2022 INS Annual Meeting
Montreal, Canada + Virtual
November 2-4, 2022

Schedule

See the preliminary program for an overview of all panels, presentations, and other activities. See the theme to learn about the overall direction of the meeting. The below schedule is subject to change.

 

Day 1

 

Convene  /  8:30 AM EDT

Attendees gather and network in lobby

Coffee and breakfast pastries provided

 

WELCOME  /  9:00 am EDT

 

Opening statements by:

  • INS President Joseph J. Fins
  • Rémi Quirion, Chief Scientist of Quebec, Canada
  • Jean Francois Cote, President and Scientific Director (interim), IRCM

 

Analysis  /  9:30 am EDT · 00:00 UTC

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Twenty Years After the Dana Foundation Conference "Neuroethics: Mapping the Field"
  • Hank Greely and Judy Illes will each give presentations 
  • Paul Root Wolpe will pose questions and lead the discussion 

 

Break  /  10:30–11:00 am EDT

 

Talks /  11:00 Am EDT

Research Presentations

 

PRESENTATION  /  12:00 PM EDT

Dana Foundation

Introducing the Dana Foundation's Neuroscience & Society mission

Caroline Montojo, Khara Ramos, Ishan Dasgupta

 

Lunch  /  12:30–2:00 PM EDT

  • On-site lunch provided to attendees
  • Open networking and poster viewing

 

Panel  /  2:00 PM EDT · 00:00 UTC

Prevention and Brain Health

This panel will discuss emerging priorities and ethical challenges in promoting brain health across diverse contexts. Discussions will also focus on ongoing or novel situations requiring attention. Speakers are: Margarita Alegria, Jason Karlawish, Monique R. Pappadis, R.Srinivasa Murthy and Violet Naanuu. Ilina Singh will moderate.

 

Break  /  3:30–4:00 PM EDT

 

Talks /  4:00 Pm EDT · 00:00 UTC

Research Presentations

 

Activity /  5:00 Pm EDT

Networking / Mentoring / Posters

 

 

 

Day 2

 

Convene  /  8:30 AM EDT

Attendees gather and network in lobby

Coffee and breakfast pastries provided

 

Panel  /  9:00–10:30 am EDT · 00:00 UTC

Communicating Diagnosis and Uncertainty

This panel will discuss ethical challenges introduced by novel diagnostic techniques (or lack thereof) in neuroscience and communicating uncertain diagnostic information to patients and families. Discussion will also focus on ongoing or novel situations requiring attention. 

Speakers are: James Bernat, Theresa Williamson, Markus Reuber, Jack Drescher and Pamela Feliciano. Michael Young will moderate.

 

Break  /  10:30–11:00 AM EDT

 

PANEL  /  11:00 AM–12:30 Pm EDT · 00:00 UTC

Research Presentations

 

Lunch  /  12:30–2:00 PM EDT

 

Panel  /  2:00–3:30 pm EDT · 00:00 UTC

Frontiers of Treatment

This panel will discuss ethical challenges associated with development and deployment of novel treatments for brain disorders. Discussions will also focus on ongoing or novel situations requiring attention. 

Speakers are: Dominic Sisti, Kirsty Donald, Claude Hemphill, Sarah Chan and Humberto Nicolini. Lesley Fellows will moderate.

 

Break  /  3:30–4:00 PM EDT

 

Talks  /  4:00–5:00 Pm EDT · 00:00 UTC

Research Presentations

 

PRESENTATION  /  5:00 Pm EDT

Business Meeting

 

Activity /  6:00 Pm EDT

Networking / Mentoring / Posters

 

 

 

Day 3

 

Convene  /  8:30 AM EDT

Attendees gather and network in lobby

Coffee and breakfast pastries provided

 

Panel  /  9:00–10:30 am EDT · 00:00 UTC

Neurorehabilitation and Recovery

This panel will discuss ethical principles and priorities in promoting recovery and rehabilitation from brain disorders. Discussions will also focus on ongoing or novel situations requiring attention. Speakers are: Jen Chandler, Leslie Griffin, Jayashree Dasgupta, Havi Carel, and Andrew Peterson. Joseph J. Fins will moderate.

 

Break  /  10:30–11:00 AM EDT

 

Panel  /  11:00 AM–12:30 PM EDT · 00:00 UTC

Dana Seminar on Neuroscience & Society: Where Do We Go From Here? 

Presenters are: Winston Chiong, Martha Farah, Cynthia Forlini, Steve Hyman, Oliver Rollins and Anna Wexler. Eric Racine will moderate.

 

Presentation /  12:30–1:00 PM EDT

Awards and Announcements

 

Adjourn  /  1:00 PM EDT

 

Program

View the preliminary program for a brief list of sessions and activities being held in-person and virtually from Wednesday to Friday, November 2-4, 2022. Also learn more about the theme.

Program