2021 INS Annual Meeting
Online Conference
November 4-5

Posters

All posters and presentations are listed below and can also be viewed in the Poster Hall in Gather. The INS is not responsible for the scientific data or conclusions presented.

Empirical

Presentation 2

Risks, Benefits, and Value: Patient-Participant Perspectives on Basic Intracranial Human Research

Ally Peabody Smith (1), Lauren Taiclet (2), Hamasa Ebadi (3), Nader Pouratian (4), Ashley Feinsinger (5) /  Contact: [email protected], [email protected]
1. University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Philosophy; 2. David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles; 3. UT Southwestern Medical Center; 4. UT Southwestern Medical Center; 5. University of California, Los Angeles, Departments of Medicine and Philosophy;

Abstract / Poster / Video / Presenting in the Poster Hall: November 5 at 1:30pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 3

Neuroethics Literacy in Brazil: Shaping the Future in the Global Neuroethics Discussion

Angélica Francisco de Oliveira Dutra de Morais (1,4), Maria Inês Nogueira (1,2,4), Marisa Russo (1,3,4) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Neurociências e Comportamento - Instituto Psicologia (NeC-IP) - Universidade de São Paulo - Brazil; 2. Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas - Department of Anatomy – Universidade de São Paulo - Brazil; 3. Department of Philosophy, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil; 4. NEURO-I-SELF (CNPQ - Group);

Abstract / Video

 

Presentation 4

Off-label promotion of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) by providers

Anna Wexler (1), Ashwini Nagappan (1,2), Deena Kopyto (1), Emiliano Santarnecchi (3,4), Alvaro Pascual-Leone (4,5,6) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Department of Medical Ethics & Health Policy, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; 2. Department of Health Policy and Management, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, Los Angeles, CA; 3. Berenson-Allen Center for Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA; 4. Department of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; 5. Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research and Deanna and Sidney Wolk Center for Memory Health, Hebrew SeniorLife, Boston, MA; 6. Guttmann Brain Health Institute, Institut Guttmann, Institut Universitari de Neurorehabilitació adscrit a la UAB, Badalona, Barcelona, Spain;

Abstract / Featured in the Research Presentations: November 4 at 6:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 5

Cross analysis of literature and clinical guidelines regarding psychiatric electroceutical interventions (PEIs) with practical concerns of psychiatrists

Eleni Varelas, Robyn Bluhm, Eric Achtyes, Aaron M. McCright, Laura Y. Cabrera /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Michigan State University 2. Michigan State University 3. Michigan State University 4. Michigan State University 5. Penn State University;

Abstract / Poster / Presenting in the Poster Hall: 12:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 6

Continued access in experimental deep brain stimulation research: Researcher and participant perspectives

Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz (1), Michelle Pham (1), Kristin Kostick (1), Katrina A. Muñoz (1), Clarissa Sanchez (1), Laura Torgerson (1), Rebecca Hsu (2), Lavina Kalwani (3), Richa Lavingia (1), Demetrio Sierra-Mercado (1,4), Jill O. Robinson (1), Simon Outram (5), Barbara A. Koenig (5), Philip A. Starr (5), Kelly D. Foote (6), Aysegul Gunduz (6), Michael Okun (6), Stacey Pereira (1), Wayne K. Goodman (1), Amy L. McGuire (1), Peter Zuk (1,3) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Baylor College of Medicine; 2. University of Washington; 3. Rice University; 4. Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine; 5. University of California, San Francisco; 6. University of Florida;

Abstract / Only available in the Poster Hall

 

Presentation 7

The Spectrum of Data Sharing Policies in Neuroimaging Data Repositories

Anita S. Jwa (1), Russell A. Poldrack (2) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Department of Psychology, Stanford University; 2. Department of Psychology, Stanford University;

Abstract / Slides

 

Presentation 8

Modeling complex prosocial behavior: Robustness and neuroethics in translational rodent experiments

Gordon H. Dash (1), Nina Kajiji (2), S. Tiffany Donaldson (3) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Rhode Island, USA; 2. University of Rhode Island, USA; 3. University of Massachusetts at Boston, USA;

Abstract / Slides

 

Presentation 9

A literature review and ethical examination of epilepsy surgery’s 'last resort’ status: an outdated rhetorical device?

Ian M. Stevens, BA/BS(1) & Ahmed M. Raslan, MD(2) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Tasmania, Philosophy & Gender Studies, Hobart, Tasmania, AUS; 2. Oregon Health & Science University, Neurological Surgery, Portland, Oregon, USA

Abstract / Video

 

Presentation 10

Online comments about DBS for opioid addiction: Public perceptions and concerns

1. Jack Koczara 2. Dr. Robyn Bluhm, Ph.D. 3. Dr. Laura Y. Cabrera, Ph.D. /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Michigan State University, College of Natural Science, 2. Department of Philosophy and Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University, 3. The Pennsylvania State University, Dept. Engineering Science and Mechanics, Center for Neural Engineering and Rock Ethics Institute

Abstract / Video

 

Presentation 11

The Need for Preservation of Medical Decision Making with Diminished Capacity

1. Jennifer Jin, 2. Gillian Hue /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Emory University, 2. Emory University

Abstract / Poster / Video / Presenting in the Poster Hall: Thursday at 9:00am and 7:30pm (EDT); Friday at 8:00am and 6:00pm

 

Presentation 12

A brain organoid created from my cells? Perspectives of potential donors to brain organoid research

Kate MacDuffie (1,2), Benjamin Wilfond (1,2), Ishan Dasgupta (1), Andreas Schönau (1), Sara Goering (1), Eran Klein (1,3)  /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Washington, 2. Seattle Children’s Hospital and Research Institute, 3. Oregon Health and Science University

Abstract / Poster / Presenting in the Poster Hall: Friday at 6:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 13

Pressing Ethical Issues in Considering Pediatric Deep Brain Stimulation for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Katrina A. Muñoz [1], Kristin Kostick [1], Laura Torgerson [1], Peter Zuk [1], Lavina Kalwani [2], Clarissa Sanchez [3], Jennifer Blumenthal-Barby [1], Eric A. Storch [1, 4], Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz [1] /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 2. Department of Biosciences, Rice University; 3. Department of Neurology, Baylor College of Medicine; 4. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 14

Physician perspectives on closed-loop neuromodulation in epilepsy care

Kristina Celeste Fong, Tobias Haeusermann, Cailin Lechner, Alissa Bernstein Sideman, Winston Chiong, Dan Dohan /  Contact: [email protected]
University of California San Francisco

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 15

"Retraining your brain": An Empirical Assessment of Ethical Concerns and Attitudes of Users of Electroencephalography Neurofeedback

Louiza Kalokairinou 1, Ashwini Nagappan 1, Rebekah Choi 1, Anna Wexler 1 /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Pennsylvania

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 16

Coverage of medical cannabis by mainstream and alternative Canadian news media: Implications for neuroethical inquiry

1 Margot Gunning; 1 Alissa Wong; 1 Judy Illes /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Neuroethics Canada, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of British Columbia, 2211 Westbrook Mall, Koerner S124, Vancouver, BC V6T 2B5, Canada

Abstract / Poster / Presenting in the Poster Hall: 10:00–10:30am (EDT)

 

Presentation 17

Harm reduction as an ethics priority for authorizing medical cannabis in the care of youth with brain and non-brain cancers

1 Margot Gunning;1 Ari D. Rotenberg;2 Lauren E Kelly;3 Bruce Crooks;4 Sapna Oberoi;5, 6 Adam L. Rapoport;7 S. Rod Rassekh;1 Judy Illes; /  Contact: [email protected]
1 Neuroethics Canada, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 2 Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, University of Manitoba, George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 3 Department of Pediatrics, Division of Hematology-Oncology, IWK Health Centre, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 4 Department of Pediatric Haematology-Oncology, CancerCare Manitoba, Canada 5 Departments of Paediatrics and Family & Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 6 Emily’s House Children’s Hospice, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 7 Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology/BMT, University of British Columbia, Vancouver , British Columbia, Canada;

Abstract / Video / Featured in the Research Presentations: November 4 at 6:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 18

Psychiatric electroceutical interventions and their potential to influence personality: A cross-analysis of survey and interview results

1:Marissa Cortright, 2:Robyn Bluhm, 3:Eric Achtyes, 4:Aaron M. McCright, 5:Laura Y. Cabrera /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Neuroscience and Criminal Justice Double Major, Michigan State University; 2. Department of Philosophy, College of Arts & Letters, Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University; 3. Division of Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University; 4. Department of Sociology, College of Social Science, Michigan State University; 5. Center for Neural Engineering, Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, Pennsylvania State University

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 19

An assessment tool for the public opinion of the moral status of Artificial Intelligence

Meghan Hurley (1), Gillian Hue (1) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Emory University

Abstract / Poster / Presenting in the Poster Hall: November 5 at 1:00–1:30pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 20

Ethical considerations for navigating industry partnerships: Findings from interviews with neurotechnology researchers

Tristan McIntosh, PhD /  Contact: [email protected]
Washington University School of Medicine

Abstract / Poster / Presenting in the Poster Hall: November 4 at 9:00am (EDT)

 

Presentation 21

The risks of borrowed trust: a cautionary case study from a qualitative study exploring the use of DBS for addiction

Erika Versalovic (1), Marion Boulicault (1), Sara Goering (1), Eran Klein (1,2) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Washington; 2. Oregon Health and Science University;

Abstract / Slides / Presenting in the Poster Hall: 4:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 22

Prospect theory and judgments about cognitive repair

Kianté A. Fernandez (1), Brain A. Erickson (1), Byron Biney (1), Joseph W. Kable (3), Roy H. Hamilton (2), John, D. Medaglia (1, 2) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Drexel University, Philadelphia; 2. Department of Neurology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; 3. Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 23

Child and adolescent psychiatrists' knowledge, attitudes, and experiences with polygenic risk scores

Stacey Pereira 1, Katrina Muñoz 1, Brent J. Small 2, Takahiro Soda 3, Laura Torgerson 1, Clarissa Sanchez 1, Jehannine Austin 4, Eric A. Storch 1, Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz 1 /  Contact: [email protected]
1 Baylor College of Medicine; 2 University of South Florida; 3 University of Florida; 4 University of British Columbia

Abstract / Only available in the Poster Hall

 

Presentation 24

Early indications: an ethical review of patent practices in neuroscience

Ari Rotenberg (1), Ashley Lawson (1), Stacey Anderson-Redick (2), Zelma Kiss (2), Judy Illes (1) /  Contact: [email protected]ent.ubc.ca
1. Neuroethics Canada, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of British Columbia; 2. Hotchkiss Brain Institute, Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary;

Abstract / Presenting in the Poster Hall: 5:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 25

Perceived ethical concerns to using psychiatric electroceutical interventions revealed in a national survey of psychiatrists, patients, caregivers, and the general public

Laura Y. Cabrera [1,2,3], Maryssa M.C. Gilbert [4], Robyn Bluhm [5,6], Eric Achtyes [7,8], Aaron M. McCright [9] /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Center for Neural Engineering, Penn State University; 2. Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, Penn State University; 3. Rock Ethics Institute, Penn State University; 4. College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University; 5. Department of Philosophy, Michigan State University; Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University; 7. Division of Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University. 8. Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services; 9. Department of Sociology, Michigan State University.

Abstract

 

Presentation 26

A Scoping Review of Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Behavioral Variant Frontotemporal Dementia

Brian Lee (1), Anirudh Nair (2), and Veljko Dubljevic (3) /  Contact: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
1. Claremont McKenna College; 2. Mount Sinai School of Medicine; 3. North Carolina State University;

Abstract / Video

 

Presentation 27

“It's better to stay away from tablets, even if they are vitamin tablets”: parental perceptions of nutritional supplements for cognitive enhancement in India

1. Jayashree Dasgupta & 2. Georgia Lockwood Estrin; 3. Zenia Yadav; 4. Ilina Singh /  Contact: [email protected]; [email protected]
1. Sangath, New Delhi, India; 2. Birkbeck, University of London, Malet Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7HX, UK; 3. Sangath, New Delhi, India; 4. The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, University of Oxford, UK

Abstract / Video / Featured in the Research Presentations: November 5 at 1:30pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 28

Physician's experiences in DBS for refractory epilepsy: a survey study of informed consent practices, side effects and standard operating procedures

Karmele R. Olaciregui Dague, MD1, Rainer Surges, MD1.  /  Contact: [email protected], @k_olaciregui
1: Epileptology Department, University Hospital Bonn (Germany)

Abstract / Video

 

Presentation 29

The “Unusable” Data Crisis: The Origins of Racial Bias in Electrophysiology and A Roadmap for Inclusion

Kate Webb 1, John Etter 2, Jasmine Kwasa 3. /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Department of Psychology. 2. McGill University, Department of Philosophy, 3. Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 30

Clinical and Psychosocial Factors Considered When Deciding Whether to Offer Deep Brain Stimulation for Childhood Dystonia

Laura Torgerson [1], Katrina A. Muñoz [1], Kristin Kostick [1], Peter Zuk [1], Jennifer Blumenthal-Barby [1], Eric A. Storch [1, 2], Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz [1] /  Contact: [email protected], 303-249-1700
1. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 2. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 31

BCI's Impact on User Agency: Mapping the Terrain

Andreas Schönau (1,2), Ishan Dasgupta (1,2), Tim Brown (1,2), Erika Versalovic (1,2), Sara Goering (1,2), Eran Klein (1-3) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Department of Philosophy, University of Washington; 2. Center for Neurotechnology, University of Washington; 3. Oregon Health and Science University, Portland;

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 32

Indigenous Knowledges in Brain and Mental Health: A Scoping Review

1. Louise Harding, 2. Caterina Marra, 3. Vyshu Manohara, 4. Judy Illes /  Contact: [email protected]
1-4. University of British Columbia.

Abstract / Poster / Presenting in the Poster Hall: November 5 at 1:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 33

Ethical Implications of Brain-Computer Interfaces: A Comparison of Public and Provider Perceptions

Maya Roytman (1), Nathan A. Shlobin BA (2), Joshua M. Rosenow MD (2), Joseph Vukov PhD (1) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA, 2. Department of Neurological Surgery, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA

Abstract / Only available in the Poster Hall / Presenting in the Poster Hall: November 4 at 8:15pm (EST)

 

Presentation 34

COVID-19, lockdown and the role of environment in drug preference: Implications for addiction neuroscience.

Nicholas Sinclair-House [1, 2, 3] and Sarah Osborn [1] /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Sussex, 2. Sussex Addiction Research and Intervention Centre (SARIC), 3. Sussex Crime Research Centre (CRC)

Abstract / Poster / Video

 

Presentation 35

The History, Future, and Ethics of Brain-Based Visual Prosthetics Research

Peter Zuk /  Contact: [email protected]
Center for Bioethics, Harvard Medical School 

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 36

Participant Perspectives on Personality, Identity, Mood, and Behavioral Changes in Experimental Deep Brain Stimulation

Peter Zuk[1], Clarissa E. Sanchez[2], Kristin Kostick-Quenet[2], Katrina A. Muñoz[2], Lavina Kalwani[2], Richa Lavingia[3], Laura Torgerson[2], Demetrio Sierra-Mercado[4,2], Jill O. Robinson[2], Stacey Pereira[2], Simon Outram[5], Barbara A. Koenig[5], Phil A. Starr[6], Aysegul Gunduz[7,8], Kelly Foote[7], Michael Okun[7], Wayne K. Goodman[9], Amy L. McGuire[2], Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz[1,10] /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Center for Bioethics, Harvard Medical School; 2. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 3. School of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine; 4. Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine; 5. Program in Bioethics, University of California, San Francisco; 6. Department of Neurosurgery, University of California San Francisco; 7. Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases and the Program for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration, Department of Neurology, University of Florida, Gainesville; 8. Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville; 9. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine; 10. Department of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 37

Neuroethical challenges of screening for brain injury in women who have experienced intimate partner violence

Quinn Boyle (1, 3), Deana Simonetto (2), Paul van Donkelaar (3), Judy Illes (1) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Neuroethics Canada, Division of Neurology, Department of Medicine, University of British Columbia, 2. Department of History and Sociology, University of British Columbia Okanagan, 3. School of Health and Exercise Sciences, University of British Columbia Okanagan

Abstract / Featured in the Research Presentations: November 4 at 6:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 38

Empirical Research on the Ethics of Brain-Computer Interface Technology: A Scoping Review

Abigail Presley, Allen Coin, and Veljko Dubljević /  Contact: [email protected]
North Carolina State University

Abstract / Slides / Video

 

Presentation 39

Pediatric Deep Brain Stimulation: Clinicians’ Perspectives on the Most Pressing Ethical Challenges

Kristin Kostick(1), Lavina Kalwani(1), Laura Torgerson(1), Katrina Muñoz(1), Clarissa Sanchez,(1) Peter Zuk(1), Eric A. Storch(1), Jennifer Blumenthal-Barby(1), Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz(1) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Baylor College of Medicine

Abstract

 

Presentation 40

Ethical perspectives from AI experts on reverse-engineering the brain

Sean Douglas1, Nora Edgren1 and Veljko Dubljević1 /  Contact: [email protected]
North Carolina State University

Abstract / Poster / Video

 

Humanistic

Presentation 41

Protecting individuals and societies from brain and mental data technologies: A structured landscape review

Anita Jwa (1), Nicole Martinez-Martin (2)  /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Stanford University; 2. Stanford Center of Biomedical Ethics;

Abstract / Slides

 

Presentation 42

Positioning neurorights in Ibero-America

José M. Muñoz (1-3), Diego Alejandro Borbón Rodríguez (3-4), María Isabel Cornejo Plaza (5), Agustín A. Herrera Fragoso (3,6), José Ángel Marinaro (7-8), Sahara Lucía Rosero Huertas (4), José Julián Tole (4), Karen Herrera-Ferrá (3) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Grupo Mente-Cerebro, Instituto Cultura y Sociedad (ICS), Universidad de Navarra, Spain; 2. Centro Internacional de Neurociencia y Ética (CINET), Fundación Tatiana, Spain; 3. Asociación Mexicana de Neuroética (AMNE), Mexico; 4. Observatorio Latinoamericano de Derechos Humanos y Empresas, Universidad Externado de Colombia; 5. Universidad Autónoma de Chile; 6. UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights, Rome, Italy; 7. Universidad Nacional de La Matanza, Argentina; 8. Fundación de Estudios para la Justicia (FUNDEJUS), Argentina.

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 43

Breaking the Sixth Strategic Domain (A Quantum-Existentialist Perspective of Security)

Luis Jacob Retanan  /  Contact: [email protected]
Zhejiang University

Abstract / Poster / Presenting in the Poster Hall: 2:00–4:00am (EDT)

 

Presentation 44

Moral bioenhancement as a challenge to the achievement of intergenerational justice

1. Silviya Serafimova /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Abstract / Slides / Presenting in the Poster Hall: 4:00pm (EST)

 

Presentation 45

Considerations in Treating the Deeply Forgetful Cerebral Subject

Anthony G. Chesebro, Krystal K. Laing /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Stony Brook University; 2. Columbia University, Irving Medical Center;

Abstract / Slides / Video

 

Presentation 46

Participatory machine learning and social justice in the personalization of neurological interventions

Ashley Walton /  Contact: [email protected]
Dartmouth College, Department of Philosophy

Abstract / Slides

 

Presentation 47

Electroconvulsive Therapy in Argentina: The Disagreement between the Public Policy and the Scientific Consensus

1. Paula Castelli 2. Salvador Guinjoan 3. Nicolás Serrano 4. Abel Wajnerman Paz 5. Arleen Salles /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Programa de Neuroética-CIF /Buenos Aires University 2. Laureate Institute for Brain Research 3. Programa de Neuroética-CIF /Buenos Aires University 4. Programa de Neuroética-CIF/ Alberto Hurtado University 5. Programa de Neuroética-CIF/ CRB Uppsala University

Abstract / Video

 

Presentation 48

Lessons in pedagogy from teaching neuroethics in year one of the COVID-19 pandemic

Ann E. Fink (1), Gillian Hue (2) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Dept. of Biological Sciences, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA; 2. Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology Program, Emory University, Atlanta, GA;

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 49

Regulating Neurotech Through The "Think Tank"

Natalia Montes (1,2), Andreas Schönau (1,2) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Department of Philosophy, University of Washington; 2. Center for Neurotechnology, University of Washington

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 50

Why are neuro-rights important? Data economy and the privacy laws in South Korea

1. Ji Hyun Yang 2. Sung-Jin Jeong 3. Hee Tae Suk 4. Hyung Doo Nam 5. In Young Lee 6. So Yoon Kim /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Yonsei University College of Medicine, 2. Research Group of Developmental Disorders and Rare Diseases, Korea Brain Research Institute(KBRI), Daegu, Korea. 3. Yonsei University Graduate School of Public Health 4. Yonsei University Law School 5. Hongik University 6. Yonsei University College of Medicine

Abstract / Slides

 

Presentation 51

Neurolaw & Critical Forensic Science Scholarship: A Call for Focused Integration

Roland Nadler (1) & Emma Cunliffe (1) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia, Canada

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 52

Cognitive capacity and the right to die: Legal and ethical considerations of medical-aid-in-dying in North America

Michael J. Menconi Jr.[1], Veljko Dubljevic [2] /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Columbia University, 2. North Carolina State University

Abstract

 

See also Presentation #71: 'An Eye for an Eye: The Disturbing Relationship between Psychiatric Illness and the American Death Penalty', by Sunidhi Ramesh.

 

Theoretical

Presentation 53

A conceptual framework for discussing a consensus definition of the neuroright to free will

José M. Muñoz (1-3) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Mind-Brain Group, Institute for Culture and Society, University of Navarra, Spain; 2. Tatiana Foundation International Center for Neuroscience and Ethics (CINET), Spain; 3. Asociación Mexicana de Neuroética (AMNE), Mexico

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 54

Cognitive Complexity and Assessments of Capacity in Dementia

George Mellgard (1); Nada Gligorov (2) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; 2. Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College;

Abstract / Video

 

Presentation 55

Inclusive neuroinnovation: setting the challenge for diversity and representation

John Noel Viana /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, ANU College of Science, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia; 2. Responsible Innovation Future Science Platform, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Brisbane, Australia

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 56

From Genomes to Brainomes: What Shouldn't Insurance Companies Know?

Jonathan Pugh /  Contact: [email protected]
1. The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, University of Oxford; 2. Reuben College, The University of Oxford

Abstract / Video / Presenting in the Poster Hall: Thursday at 9:00am (EDT)

 

Presentation 57

The elephant in the room is sometimes a monkey: Human exceptionalism and anthropocentrism in neuroethics

1. L. Syd M Johnson /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Upstate Medical University

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 58

The Consciousness Criterion and the Moral Status Project

L. Syd M Johnson /  Contact: [email protected]
Upstate Medical University

Abstract / Poster

 

Presentation 59

Are New Rights the Way to Mental and Brain Privacy?

Daniel Susser and Laura Y. Cabrera /  Contact: [email protected]
The Pennsylvania State University

Abstract / Slides

 

Presentation 60

Neuroethics of Lumbar Punctures (Spinal Taps) for Psychiatric Indications: a justice-minded approach

Matthew L. Baum (1,2), Scott M. Lee (1,3) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Department of Psychiatry; 2. Harvard Medical School; 3. Veteran Affairs Boston Healthcare System Dept of Psychiatry

Abstract / Video / Presenting in the Poster Hall: November 4 at 9:00am (EST)

 

Presentation 61

Memory modification and authenticity: a narrative approach

Muriel Leuenberger /  Contact: [email protected]
University of Oxford

Abstract / Video / Presenting in the Poster Hall: 8:30am (EDT)

 

Presentation 62

A Study on the Application of Moral Enhancement to Ethical Education in Korea

Seungmin Nam1, Kyounggeun Lee2 /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Department of Medicine, Hanyang University, 2. Department of Ethical Education, Seoul National University

Abstract / Slides

 

Presentation 63

A feminist standpoint for cognitive neuroscience

Vanessa A. Bentley /  Contact: [email protected], @pirateV
University of Central Oklahoma

Abstract / Slides / Video / Presenting in the Poster Hall: November 4 at 9:15am (EDT)

 

Presentation 64

An Ethical Approach to Detecting Covert Consciousness

Michael J. Young, MD, MPhil; Yelena G. Bodien, PhD; Joseph T. Giacino, PhD; Robert D. Truog, MD; Leigh R. Hochberg, MD, PhD; Brian L. Edlow, MD /  Contact: [email protected]
Department of Neurology; Massachusetts General Hospital; Harvard Medical School

Abstract / Only available in the Poster Hall

 

Presentation 65

Agency in Augmented Reality: Exploring the Ethics of Facebook’s AI-Powered Predictive Recommendation System

Andreas Schönau /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Washington; 2. Center for Neurotechnology;

Abstract / Video / Featured in the Research Presentations: November 5 at 1:30pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 66

Engagement, Exploitation, and Basic Human Neuroscience Research

Ashley Feinsinger (1), Michelle Pham (2), Nader Pouratian (3) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Departments of Medicine and Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles; 2. Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine; 3. Department of Neurosurgery, UT South Western Medical Center;

Abstract / Video / Featured in the Research Presentations: November 4 at 6:00pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 67

Untangling the Divine: Religious Coping in Psychotic Illness and a Model for Clinical Involvement

Emily Rodriguez /  Contact: [email protected]
Columbia University, New York City

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Presentation 68

Intergenerational Social Justice, Neuroscience of Art and Cultural Genomic Identity and the future of International Cultural Heritage Law

Eva Bonda /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Cognitive Neuroscientist, NEUROAISTHESIS, Paris, France; 2. International Criminal Court at the Hague, The Netherlands;

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Presentation 69

Consciousness and the Ethics of Cerebral Organoid Research

Karola Kreitmair /  Contact: [email protected]
1. University of Wisconsin - Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health

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Presentation 70

Should we call it "mind-reading"? Brain-reading technologies and filling in the hermeneutical gaps to promote social justice

Paul Andrew Tubig 1, 2 /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Department of Philosophy, Georgia Southern University, 2. Center for Neurotechnology, University of Washington

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Presentation 71

An Eye for an Eye: The Disturbing Relationship between Psychiatric Illness and the American Death Penalty

Sunidhi Ramesh /  Contact: [email protected]
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

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Presentation 72

How Bad Is It on a Scale of 1 to 10? An Analysis of the Human Experience of Pain and How We Approach It

Sunidhi Ramesh /  Contact: [email protected]
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

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Presentation 73

Internet-based technology, memory, and neuroethics: ethical implications of our cognitive relationships with the Internet and ensuring social justice in an age of rapid technological progress

Vishruth Nagam (1,2,3,4) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Honors College, Stony Brook University; 2. Department of Psychology, Stony Brook University; 3. Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University; 4. Dignity Health Neurological Institute of Northern California

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Presentation 74

Prosthetic Self-regulation? DBS and autonomy in Treatment Resistant Depression patients

Abel Wajnerman Paz /  Contact: [email protected]
Alberto Hurtado University

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Presentation 75

Ethical challenges in brain organoid research and research communication: outlining scope for neuroethical contribution

Anna Pacholczyk /  Contact: [email protected]; [email protected]
Institute for Medical and Biomedical Education, St. George’s University of London, London, UK

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Presentation 76

AI in healthcare – examining challenges related to justice and trust, and the contribution of procedural justice

Anna Pacholczyk /  Contact: [email protected]; [email protected]
Institute for Medical and Biomedical Education, St. George’s University of London, London, UK

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Presentation 77

Too rational: How predictive coding’s success risks harming the mentally disordered and ill

Lee Elkin1, Karolina Wiśniowska2 and Veljko Dubljevic1 /  Contact: [email protected]
1. North Carolina State University, 2. Jagiellonian University

Abstract / Featured in the Research Presentations: November 5 at 1:30pm (EDT)

 

Presentation 78

Medical Ethics on Patient Confidentiality: Case Study on Epileptic Patient

Nimah Alsomali  /  Contact: [email protected]
King Fahad Medicla City

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Presentation 79

Expanding the Neuroethical Ethos: Social Justice and Neuroethics at the Rehab Neural Engineering Labs

Juhi Farooqui (1), Sarah Dawod (2), Josep-Maria Balaguer (2), Devapratim Sarma (1) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Carnegie Mellon University 2. University of Pittsburgh

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Presentation 80

Browser-based brain-computer interfaces: What comes after true web access?

Garrett Flynn (1,2), Dong Song (2), Marientina Gotsis (1) /  Contact: [email protected]
1. Department of Interactive Media & Games, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA; 2. Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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