Rapidly advancing neurotechnologies are improving prevention, diagnosis, and management of neurological and psychiatric conditions; revealing new insights about cognition; and may be used outside the clinic by employers, schools, and governments.
Against this backdrop, the Neurotech Justice Summit will examine the meaning of “neurotech justice”, its interplay with neurorights, and how a focus on justice can positively shape the trajectory of neurotechnology development and application. Addressing the ethical, legal, social, and existential implications of emerging neurotechnologies is a complex task requiring input from a variety of disciplines and stakeholders. This Summit will bring to bear a range of such perspectives, including those of traditionally marginalized groups. The Summit will feature presentations, conversations, and audience participation to explore how neurotech justice can be achieved in the medical clinic, in the legal courtroom, and other key social contexts.
This event was funded by a grant from the Dana Foundation.
Video of all panels is now available:
Tuesday, January 24, 2023
9 a.m. – 12 p.m. ET
- Yelena G. Bodien, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital
- Judge Bernice Donald, JD, U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
- Joseph J. Fins, MD, MACP, FRCP, Weill Cornell Medical College
- Judge (Ret.) Nancy Gertner, JD, Harvard Law School
- Jasmine Kwasa, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, Precision Neuroscopics Inc.
- Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz, PhD, JD, HMS Center for Bioethics, Harvard Law School
- Oliver Rollins, PhD, University of Washington
- Francis X. Shen, JD, PhD, HMS Center for Bioethics, Harvard Law School
- Abel Wajnerman Paz, PhD, Alberto Hurtado University
- Theresa Williamson, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital, HMS Center for Bioethics
- Michael Young, MD, MPhil, Massachusetts General Hospital
- Peter Zuk, PhD, HMS Center for Bioethics
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