Stanford Center for
Biomedical Ethics

Publications Archive from 2004-1996


Racine, E. (2004) Five challenges for healthcare ethics committees: Critical perspective from a study of the case analysis process in Quebec. Ethica Clinica 36:29-38.

Greely, H. (2004) Prediction, Litigation, Privacy, and Property: Some Possible Legal and Social Implications of Advances in Neuroscience, In: NEUROSCIENCE AND THE LAW:  BRAIN, MIND, AND THE SCALES OF JUSTICE 114-156 (Brent Garland, ed., The Dana Press).

Illes, J. (2004) A fish story? Brain maps, lie detection, and personhood. Cerebrum 6:73-80.

Greely, H. (2004) Seeking More Goodly Creatures. Cerebrum 6:49-58.

Illes, J., Kann, D., Karetsky, K., Letourneau, P., Raffin, T.A., Schraedley-Desmond, P., Koenig, B.A., Atlas, S.W. (2004) Advertising, patient decision-making, and self-referral to CT and MR imaging.  Archives of Internal Medicine 164:2415-2419.

Illes, J., Kirschen, M.P., Karetsky, K., Kelly, M., Saha, A., Desmond, J.D., Raffin, T.A., Glover, G.H., Atlas, S.W. (2004) Discovery and disclosure of incidental findings on brain MRI in research. JMRI 20:743-747.

Illes, J., Rosen, A., Huang, L., Goldstein, R.A., Raffin, T.A., Swan, G., Atlas, S.W. (2004) Ethical consideration of incidental findings on adult brain MRI in research. Neurology 62:888-890.

Farah, M.*, Illes, J.*, Cook-Deegan, R., Gardner, H., Kandel, E., King, P., Parens, E., Wolpe, P.R., Sahakian, B. (2004) Neurocognitive Enhancement: What can we do and what should we do? Nature Reviews Neuroscience 5:421-425. (*Corresponding authors).

Illes, J and Kirschen, M.P. (2003) New prospects and ethical challenges for neuroimaging within and outside the health care system. Invited Editorial (Part II). American Journal of Neuroradiology 24(10):1932-1934.

Illes. J. (2003) Neuroethics in a new era of neuroimaging. Invited Editorial (Part I). American Journal of Neuroradiology 24(9):1739-1741.

Illes, J., Fan, E., Koenig, B., Raffin, T.A., Kann, D., Atlas, S.W. (2003) Self-referred whole body imaging: Current implications for health care consumers . Radiology 228:346-351.

Illes, J., Kirschen, M., Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2003) From neuroimaging to neuroethics. Nature Neuroscience 6(3):250.

Illes, J. and Raffin, T. (2002) Neuroethics: A new discipline is emerging in the study of brain and cognition. Brain and Cognition 50(3):341-344.

Illes, J., Desmond, J., Huang, L.F., Raffin, T., Atlas, S. (2002) Ethical and practical considerations in managing incidental neurologic findings in fMRI. Brain and Cognition 50(3):358-365.

Moseley, M., Bammer, R., Illes, J. (2002) Diffusion tensor imaging of cognitive Function. Brain and Cognition 50(3):396-413.

Kim, B.S.*, Illes, J.*, Kaplan, R.T., Reiss, A., Atlas, S.W. (2002) Incidental findings on pediatric MR images of the brain. American Journal of Neuroradiology 23:1674-1677. (*First authors).

Illes, J. and Atlas, S.W. (2002) Introduction and commentary: Emerging ethical issues in MRI, In, J. Illes and S.W. Atlas (Eds.) Ethical Issues in MR Imaging. Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging 13(2):71-72.

Edited Volumes

Illes, J. (Ed.) (2002) Ethical Challenges in Advanced Neuroimaging. Brain and Cognition. Academic Press, New York. Vol. 50(3).

Illes, J. and Atlas S.W. (Eds.) (2002) Ethical Issues in MR Imaging.Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, New York. Vol. 13(2).

Selected Publications Related to Research Development, Funding & Mentoring

Illes, J. Enduring qualities in mentoring (2002). Science NextWave

Illes, J., Glover, G.H., Wexler, L., Leung, A., Glazer, G.M. (2000) A model for faculty mentoring in academic radiology. Academic Radiology 7:717-724.

Illes, J. (1999) The Strategic Grant Seeker: Conceptualizing Fundable Research in the Brain and Behavioral Sciences . Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, Mahwah, NJ.

Zink, S., Illes, J., Vannier, M. (1996) Frequently Asked Questions: Opportunities and Strategies for Federal Research Funding, Bull Med Libr Assoc 84(2):165-81.


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