AS NEUROSCIENCE APPLICATIONS EXPAND, NEUROETHICS KEEPS PACE
Click the link below to view Dr. Giordano's comments in the International BusinessTimes
Could Shelley Sterling’s ‘Early Onset Dementia’ Claim Belong To A Greater Legal Strategy?
Click the link below to read Dr. Giordano's recent interview with Cara Parks of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's Science and Film Program
The Spark: Fantastic Voyage
Prof James Giordano held on 19 December 2013 a guest lecture on the topic of Neuro Ethics for Bioengineers at Munich University of Applied Sciences
Department of Applied Sciences and Mechatronics. Click here for more information.
Please click below to view Dr. Giordano's recent interview
regarding the FDA's order to cease the sale of DNA tests.
Wall Street Journal Digital Network Interview
On Friday, November 1, 2013 at James Giordano, Ph.D., M.Phil. Chief of the Neuroethics Studies Program in the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics spoke on "Neuroethics: Navigating the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Neuroscience." Click here for flyer for the event.
Georgetown University Graduate Liberal Studies Program invites you to mark your calendars for the lecture series Discoveries at the Leavey Center Faculty Club…
The first lecture of the year on Friday, October 25, by Dr. James Giordano, is "Brave New Brain" an exploration of cutting edge techniques, technologies, and current and future discoveries, applications – and ethical, legal and social implications – of brain research.
The Reception starts at 6 PM followed by the lecture at 7 PM.
AAAS symposium on neuroethics
co-sponsored by Potomac Institute for Policy Studies and Neuroethics Studies Program of the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics, Georgetown University Medical Center
Read Dr. Giordano's comments
in recent Nature article:
US brain project puts focus on ethics: Unsettling research advances bring neuroethics to the fore
BioMed Central Online Podcast
Prof James Giordano is interviewed by Dr Sabina Alam, Editor-in-Chief of BMC Medicine about the ethics of global biomedical and biotechnological research, the relationship of the commercial and academic sectors, roles of journal editors in the ethical oversight of biomedical publishing, and current issues in neuroethics.
Read the transcript:
Listen to the podcast here:
Drs. James Giordano and Roland Benedikter win
2012 Klaus Reichert Award for Medicine and Philosophy
German Press Release: http://www.medizin-philosophie.de/
Press Release Available Here!
9 February, 2013
National Science Foundation, Capital Area Skeptics
Facts, Fictions, and Fears of
Scanning Brains and Reading Minds
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National Academy of Sciences
James Giordano featured in Scientist Spotlight