Funding Announcement from NIH BRAIN Initiative

The NIH BRAIN Initiative is now offering funding for neuroethics research in the form of administrative supplements to existing NIH BRAIN Initiative awards. Since these supplements are open specifically to investigators currently funded by an NIH BRAIN grant, BRAIN investigators and neuroethics researchers alike should know there is now a funded opportunity to collaborate. A full list of the NIH BRAIN Initiative funded awards is here:

Note that the supplement applications are due May 2, 2016 and should follow the instructions in PA-14-077 (


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*NEW* Apply by August 15, 2016. Postdoctoral Fellow Position at University of Washington, Seattle in the ethics of brain computer interface. Click here for details.

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Course Reader: Feminism Sexuality and Neuroethics: Emerging Undergraduate Scholarship 

A collection of undergraduate student papers written by participants in "Feminism, Sexuality and Neuroethics," a course taught at Emory University in Spring 2012 by graduate student Neuroethics Scholars Program Fellows, Cyd Cipolla and Kristina Gupta. Course administration provided by the departments of Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies of Emory University. Publication edited by Cyd Cipolla and Kristina Gupta. Cover design and content layout by Anjana Kallarackal. Published by the Neuroethics Program of the Center for Ethics at Emory University.  Feminism Sexuality and Neuroethics: Emerging Undergraduate Scholarship

Neuroethics Journal Club Videos

Video archives for Spring 2013 journal clubs can be found here.

A list of some of our favorite neuroethics sites. Please contact us if you would like your site to be featured here.


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