The International Neuroethics Society (INS) invites researchers and clinicians from around the world to submit abstracts for presentation at the 2022 INS Annual Meeting on November 2-4. The hybrid meeting — expected to include online and in-person opportunities — will take place in Montreal, Canada at the Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal (IRCM).
The submission deadline is May 31, 2022 at 11:30pm EDT.
The theme for this meeting is: ‘Bringing Neuroethics to Life Throughout Patient Care, Research, and Policy’. A number of sessions will be organized around this theme to tackle topics related to: prevention; diagnosis; emerging therapies, technologies, and research; and neurorecovery and end of life. Details about the program will be released in the coming weeks.
Programming and sessions will examine the practical applications and value of neuroethics across dimensions of healthcare, neuroscience research, and public policy. INS is particularly interested in fostering interdisciplinary exchanges, international cross-talk, and greater inclusion of patients and patient advocates in the annual meeting. Outstanding contributions from submitted posters and talks will be considered for inclusion as a published chapter in an edited volume planned to emerge from this year’s meeting.
The 2022 INS Annual Meeting is an exciting opportunity to share your research and scholarship with international colleagues who are actively aligning ethics, healthcare, philosophy, law and policy with advances in neuroscience. We welcome abstracts related to the field of neuroethics from any disciplinary background, using any methodological approach. Abstracts are encouraged to align with the theme of this year's meeting, but this is not required.
Investigators at all career stages are eligible to submit abstracts for consideration and to serve as the lead author for up to two (2) abstracts.
The INS annual meeting features a wide range of exciting discussions with a focus on fostering networking opportunities among individuals with diverse expertise and emerging leaders in the field of neuroethics. The 2022 meeting will be held in Montreal and the INS is also organizing a series of online sessions and activities to ensure the event is as widely available as possible. Members of the INS Program Committee are currently planning sessions and activities.