Ethical, Legal & Clinical Implications of Neuroscience Research — 14-15 September 2017, Sydney, Australia
Researchers, practitioners, clinicians and other professionals from Australia and internationally are invited to submit abstracts for presentation at the 2017 Neuroscience & Society Meeting in Sydney, Australia. The meeting will feature a wide range of exciting scientific lectures and ethical, philosophical and legal discussions, with numerous networking opportunities with experts, researchers, and emerging leaders in the field of neuroethics and neurolaw.Abstracts are invited from those working in the fields of ethics, law, neuroscience, mathematics and engineering, psychology and psychiatry, philosophy, allied health care, and public policy.
Abstracts of an empirical, legal, and philosophical nature related to the field of neuroethics are welcomed. Investigators at all career stages are encouraged to submit one or more abstracts.Abstracts will be peer reviewed and acceptance will be based on content, available space, and overall program balance. A small number of selected abstracts will be invited for an oral presentation. Other selected abstracts will be invited for a poster presentation.
Presentations are welcomed on any neuroethics topic, although particular consideration will be given to those addressing the key conference themes of: Ageing and dementia The developing brain Disabilityand mental health Disorders of self controlMoral cognition and moral technologies Artificial intelligence and machine learningNeurolaw
Selected papers will be invited to be submitted to a special issue of the journal Neuroethics. All papers will undergo peer review — an invitation will not guarantee publication. Enquiries may be emailed to Adrian Carter or Jeanette Kennett.