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Neuroethics 2024 · INS Annual Meeting · April 17-19, 2024

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Meet some of our newest members

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Hayden Ferguson

William James College

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Anne Stevenson

Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health

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Abigail Oppong

Independent Researcher/Consultant

Research / News

VCP trial ethics

In a recent paper, INS members Lilyana Levy, Hamasa Ebadi, Ally Peabody Smith, Lauren Taiclet, Nader Pouratian, and Ashley Feinsinger interviewed participants in a visual cortical prostheses (VCPs) trial on their experiences using artificial vision, their motivations for participation, and their expectations and assessments of risks and benefits.

BRAIN Conference symposia proposals

The BRAIN Initiative is now accepting symposia proposals for the 2024 BRAIN Initiative Conference. Each symposium must be 90 minutes long and can include presentations, panel Q&A, or other formats. See the symposia guidelines (pdf) for details. Proposals must be submitted by November 20.

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In Memoriam: Edward F. Rover

Edward F. Rover, Esq., chairman and president of the Dana Foundation from 2009-2019, and a member of the INS Board of Directors from 2012-2019, died on July 18.