Past Events

Neurotechnology for High-Consequence Communication and Decision-Making

The International Neuroethics Society and Cognixion are hosting a special 1-day conference on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. The event will be of particular interest to: Neurotechnology industry professionals Neuroscientists and neurologists Psychologists and psychiatrists Lawyers and lawmakers Civil and disability rights professionals Ethicists and philosophers Overview Neurotechnology is advancing at an astonishing […]

Ethical and Clinical Consequences of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

Christiane Woopen, PhD Professor for Medical Ethics, Medical Faculty, University of Cologne Executive Director, Centre for Ethics, Rights, Economics, and Social Sciences of Health (Ceres) Chair of the European Group on Ethics of Science and New Technologies (EGE) 3:00PM March 8th 2019 Room 3402 A/B/C UBC Djavad Mowafaghian Centre for Brain Health 2215 Wesbrook Mall, […]

3rd UBC Undergraduate Neuroscience Conference

Learn about the latest undergraduate research projects or showcase your own work at the 3rd Annual UBC Undergraduate Neuroscience Conference! The UBC Neuroscience Undergraduate Research Conference (NURC), hosted by the UBC Neuroscience Club (UNC), brings together the neuroscience community at UBC to celebrate undergraduate research. 3rd Annual UBC Undergraduate Neuroscience Conference Date & Time: Thursday, […]

10th International Brain Research Organization World Congress of Neuroscience

The 10th IBRO (International Brain Research Organization) World Congress of Neuroscience; IBRO 2019 will be held in Daegu, Korea from September 21st to 25th, 2019! The IBRO World Congress has been held every four years since 1982, and it is one of the most prominent international scientific congresses of its kind expected to be attended […]

Science and Technology Studies Graduate Program Colloquium Series: Colloquium with Andrea Tone

Tuesday, December 4, 5:00PM – 6:30PM Buchanan Tower 1197, 1873 E Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1 “Dangerous Drugs: Doctors, Pain and the Politics of Blame” Andrea Tone, Canada Research Chair in Social History of Medicine, McGill University The opiate epidemic has claimed hundreds and thousands of lives and put clinicians on the defensive as “enabling” […]