This November, hundreds of minds will meet in San Diego for the annual International Neuroethics Society (INS) conference. The program is packed with experts from around the world who will be discussing important issues regarding social, legal, and ethical implications of advances in neuroscience.
Several of our own Dana Alliance members are included in the panels, such as Walter Koroshetz, director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke; and Judy Illes, director of National Core for Neuroethics. Steve Hyman, who is a Dana Foundation Board member and the former president of INS, will also be there to kick-off the program with an opening plenary on Thursday, November 10.
INS has received an increasing amount of positive feedback about the annual conference, so it has been expanded for an additional one-and-a-half days. Be sure to register!
Stay tuned for coverage on our blog about the panel discussions. For a summary on last year’s meeting in Chicago, click here.