Stanford Center for
Biomedical Ethics

Program in Neuroethics

About the Program in Neuroethics

As a research team, we are devoted to the new field of neuroethics, with an initial focus on issues at the intersection of medical imaging and biomedical ethics. These include ethical, social, and legal challenges presented by advanced neurofunctional imaging capabilities, the emergence of cognitive enhancement neurotechnologies and pharmacology, self-referral to health care and imaging services, incidental findings, and fetal MRI. New initiatives are underway in regenerative medicine, neurogenetics and pediatric neuroethics. More »

 The SFN Plenary Lecture, "Neuroethics, Neurochallenges: A Needs-Based Research Agenda"


An audio interview of Cutting-Edge Brain Research: Alliance Members’ Conversations with Judy Illes, Ph.D. on “Neuroethics” is available at the Dana.org
podcast

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Announcing...

Audiofiles now available from June workshop "Ethics, Neuroimaging & Limited States of Consciousness":
Part I: Intro by Judy Illes, Joseph Fins, & talk by Al Jonsen
Part II: Allyson Rosen, David Magnus
Part III: Joseph Fins

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WAYS TO GIVE GIFTS

A gift may be made in the form of a check, securities, a bequest, or a complex trust arrangement designed to maximize tax advantages. Checks should be made payable to Stanford University.

For financial donations, the primary contact for the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics is:

Anne Crowe
Assistant Director
650-498-5305



Neuroethics Society

Membership in the Neuroethics Society is over 200 and growing fast. To join and for more information, please visit neuroethicssociety.org

Incidental Findings

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