Core’s Dr. Peter B. Reiner speaks at the April 27, 2016 episode of The Current, which explores ‘calm technology’ and speaks to technological pioneers who say our devices should learn to respect our time and attention. Click the title to read more and listen to the podcast.
On March 29, the Ontario Ministry of Child and Youth Services announced spending of $333 million for early services for families and children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Click the title to read more.
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Patrick McDonald has joined the National Core for Neuroethics as a Core Faculty member. Dr. McDonald, Associate Professor of Surgery at UBC and Head of the Division of Neurosurgery at BC Children’s Hospital, is a Clinical Investigator at the Child and Family Research Institute. After completing his MD […]
Researchers are testing mild electrical stimulation to improve brain function and mental health, but warn do-it-yourselfers to be wary of treating themselves with models available online. Click the title to read more.
To mark International Women’s Day this year, UBC is hosting an event that examines female leadership in science, engineering and medicine. Click the title to read more.
Tuesday marks the 41st International Women’s Day, a celebration of women, mothers, daughters, and sisters, partners, leaders, followers, water-bearers, cooks, and carers around the world. Click the title to read more.
Core’s Dr. Judy Illes shares her thoughts on sexism and the struggle for gender parity. Click the title to read more.
Peter Reiner, a professor at the National Core for Neuroethics at UBC, argues that our devices should be redesigned to foster healthier connections between humans and technology so we can use our brains for more challenging activities.
Core’s Dr. Judy Illes speaks on medical futility at the February 17, 2016 episode of CBC’s The Current with Anna Maria Tremonti. Listen to the episode here: Source: The Current, Feb. 17, 2016
28 January 2016 Dear INS Members, Partners, and Friends, I am honored to become the third President of the International Neuroethics Society and to lead our interdisciplinary, global organization into a second and exciting decade of scholarship, action, and impact. The flood of findings from brain research generates an ever-increasing range of neuroethical challenges that […]