Neuroethics Meetings

INS hosts annual meetings and provides support for neuroethics meetings by members and partners.


FENS CAJAL Training Programme

July 14–August 3; Lisbon, Portugal

10th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience

September 21-25, 2019; Daegu, South Korea – This meeting will include presentations from previous INS Presidents Judy Illes, 'On the ethics of neuroethics in international brain research,' and Steven Hyman, 'A new molecular map of psychiatric disease mechanisms.'

2019 Annual Meeting

October 17-18, 2019; Chicago, IL, USA – The INS annual meeting will bring together a diverse group of scholars, scientists, clinicians, and professionals dedicated to the responsible use of advances in brain science. Join old friends and new colleagues for an intellectually stimulating and dynamic conference designed for philosophers and practitioners from all disciplines and career levels.

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Other Events

FENS Regional Meeting

July 10-13, 2019; Belgrade, Serbia

32nd ECNP Congress

The future of CNS treatments
September 7-10; Copenhagen, Denmark

10th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience

September 21-25; Daegu, Korea

Neuroscience, Robotics, AI and Medical Informatics: New Insights with Diversity & Ethics

September 26-27; Graz, Austria

2019 International College of Neuropsychopharmacology International Meeting

October 3-5; Athens, Greece

Next Generation Organoids for Biomedical Research and Drug Discovery

November 12; New York City, NY, USA
This symposium will feature discussions on the science behind organoid models, along with their many applications in health and disease. Abstract submissions for a poster session are due September 17.

ECNP Workshop for Early Career Scientists in Europe

March 5-8, 2020; Nice, France
The 3-day workshop is a great opportunity for early career scientists in Europe to come together with research leaders to discuss the latest advances and perspectives on specific topics. The recurring topics include molecular and cellular, behavioral and systems, and clinical neuroscience, and the variable topic for 2020 is neuromodulation.