Neuroethics Journal Club: Spring 2013
2330: Dr. Terrell Brotherton facilitates a discussion on The Sexed Brain: Between Science and Ideology by Catherine Vidal, 2012
- February 27: Katy Renfro facilitates a discussion on Real-time functional magnetic imaging-brain-machine interface and virtual reality: promising tools for the treatment of pedophilia by Renaud et al, 2011
- March 27: Jacob Billings facilitates a discussion on The pain of social disconnection: examining the shared neural underpinnings of physical and social pain by Naomi Eisenberger, 2011
- April 24: Riley Zeller-Townson facilitates a discussion on Forebrain Engraftment by Human Glial Progenitor Cells Enhances Synaptic Plasticity and Learning in Adult Mice by Han et al, 2013
- September 11: Julia Haas facilitates a discussion on Neuroethics: A New Way of Doing Ethics by Neil Levy, 2011.
- October 30: Cyd Cippola facilitates a discussion on Brains in Context in the Neurolaw Debate: The examples of free will and "dangerous brains" by Schleim, 2012
- November 13: Dr. Steve Potter facilitates discussion on Neuroscience Ethics and National Security: The State of the Art by Tennison and Moreno, 2012
- December 11: Jordan Kohn facilitates a discussion on Immune to Addiction: The ethical dimensions of vaccines for substance abuse, 2012.
Neuroethics Scholars Program: Application period is now closed.
The Neuroethics Program of the Emory Center for Ethics is proud to offer competitive Neuroethics Scholars Program Fellowships. The program is open to Emory graduate students in any discipline who want to develop their interests at the intersection of neuroscience and ethics. Applications for our next Neuroethics Scholars Program Fellowship will open in Fall 2012. Information from the past application period can be found here.