Partnerships

The following are active partnerships with other organizations. Contact INS leadership to discuss possible collaborations, activities, and available sponsorship and partnership opportunities.

American Brain Coalition

INS is a member of the American Brain Coalition to advance public advocacy. ABC hosts webinars on neurothics topics featuring INS Board members.

AJOB Neuroscience

The American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience is the official journal of the INS. Members are eligible for a discounted subscription rate.

Brain Awareness Week

INS is a partner of the annual campaign organized by the Dana Foundation. INS members regularly host local events on ethical issues involving the brain.

The Dana Foundation

The Dana Foundation provides operating expenses to the INS. Winning essays of the Neuroethics Essay Contest are often published on the foundation’s website.

European Dana Alliance for the Brain

The INS co-sponsored a symposium on organoids at the University of Oxford with the Alliance.

International Brain Research Organization

INS and IBRO are members of each other’s organizations. Neuroethics has been included in IBRO training programs and IBRO often provides funds to help researchers participate in INS meetings.

IEEE Brain

Representatives of INS and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers collaborate on areas of mutual interest. With IEEE Brain we hosted a virtual film screening and panel discussion on the award-winning documentary ‘I Am Human.’

International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility

The INS has been invited to develop educational content featuring neuroethics for neuroinformatics practitioners.

International Youth Neuroscience Association

INS and INYA are collaborating on activities of interest to young neuroscientists, including the Neuroethics Essay Contest.

The Neuroethics Blog

The Neuroethics Blog is the official blog of the INS and AJOB Neuroscience. INS members often contribute scholarly posts.

Society for Neuroscience

The INS annual meeting has regularly been a satellite event of Society for Neuroscience annual conference since the first meeting in 2008.