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SiE11 - Neuroethics roundtable workshop (14:00-15:30)

This roundtable workshop aims to bring together key actors in the field of neuroethics and provide a broad contextual overview as a foundation to discuss and prioritise coordinated actions with the broader neuroscience community.

Start

July 11, 2022 - 2:00 pm

End

July 11, 2022 - 3:30 pm

Address

Pavilion 7, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles   View map

Limited number of spaces available: please register for this event

New technologies and brain research are raising neuroethical questions with growing social, policy and health implications. It is therefore important to understand the current situation globally in order to help ensure a safe, inclusive and equitable future for us all. This roundtable workshop aims to bring together key actors in the field of neuroethics and provide a broad contextual overview as a foundation to discuss and prioritise coordinated actions with the broader neuroscience community. A brief introduction to neuroethics will be followed by a presentation on two focus topics that will guide the subsequent breakout roundtable discussions. Feedback from these discussions will then inform the concluding panel conversation about the needs, challenges and priorities which should be considered in establishing any strategic and collaborative actions in the future.

Panelists:
Irene Tracey (FENS President-elect, Chair)

Arleen Salles (Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics -CRB)
Hervé Chneiweiss (Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale – INSERM)
Diana Saville (BrainMind)
David Winickoff (OECD)
Karen Rommelfanger (Institute of Neuroethics)
Paweł Świeboda (HBP/EBRAINS)

The event can accommodate a limited number of attendees. Registration for the session is now open. No registration fee.

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Email

tasia.asakawa@fens.org

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