Work of Visiting Scholars and Fellows

 

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2013 Vitising Scholar
P. Justin Rossi
"The Quantitative-qualitative bridge: A case for mixed methods research in Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for Tourette’s Syndrome"

2013 Vitising Scholar
Hannah Joharchi
"Neurotechnology, neurodiversity and ontology within the Deaf community and universal design as a mitigating resolution"

2013 Vitising Scholar
Anthony Schiavo
"Light sensitive polymer nanoparticles - technical and ethical considerations for responsible use in neuroscience"

2013 Vitising Scholar
Anvita Kulkarni
"Greater than its sum: Scientific convergence in neuroscience and its applications in predictive analysis for national security"

2013 Visiting Scholar
Danielle DeBacker
“Indwelling brain stimulation: clinical, and ethico-legal issues and advancements”

2012  Visiting Scholar
Elisabetta Lanzilao
“Bio-psychosocial dimensions of ethical constructs as a basis for human rights: An international analysis relevant to the bioscience, technology and biopower”

2012 Visiting Scholar
Justin Rossi
“Neurotechnologies, medicine and international markets: Possibilities, biopower, and potential hegemony”

2012 Visitng Scholar
Jonathan Pekar
“Neural prostheses: Technical parameters and ethical problems”

2012 Visiting Scholar
Ilona Brueckmann
“Normativity and definitions of mental disease, disorder and dysfunction”

2011-2012 Resident Scholar
John Shook, PhD
“Pragmatic approaches to neuroscientific research, its application, and neuroethical considerations”

2011-2012 Resident Scholar
Nicholas Fitz
“Neuroscience, neurotechnology and genetics; Implications for ontological models and social regards of humans and other organisms as “persons”

2011-2012 Resident Scholar
Daniel Howlader
“Neurotechnology, neural networks, and the potential for cognitive/moral machines.”
           
2011-2012  Resident Scholar
Daniel Degerman
“Ethical, legal and social issues focal to aligning a National Neurotechnology Initiative with the US Healthcare Plan”
           
2011-2012 Resident Scholar
Rhiannon Bower
“The use of neuroscience and neurotechnology in predicting behavior: Ethico-legal considerations and concerns”

2011-2012 Resident Scholar
Meghan Casey
“Integrative technology, robotics and the construct and conduct of warfare”

2011 Visiting Scholar
Burhanettin Keskin PhD
“Neurotechnology in education: Practical issues, ethical concerns”

2011 Visiting Scholar
Nadia Flores
“Neuroeconomics: Putative substrates for decisional-processes in human ecology neuroethical, legal, and social considerations”

2010 Visiting Scholar
Alejandro Canadas, PhD
“A philosophically-based biopsychosocial model of economics”

2010 Visiting Scholar
Ashur Bratt
“The construct of pain in philosophies of mind- Toward conciliation”

2010 Visiting Scholar
 Natalia Maurer
“Neural substrates of aesthetics, neuroeconomics and neuromarketing”

2010 Visiting Scholar
Jeremy Purcell, Ph.D.
“Toward an explication of the self: Construct, content and possibility”

2010 Visiting Scholar
Adriana Gini, M.D.
“Neuroscience, neurotechnology and re-defining social norms”

2010 Visiting Scholar
Antonio Amodio, M.D.
“Neurotechnology, psychiatry and possibility of new nosology”

2010 Visiting Scholar
Vincent Bataoel
“Moral machines, and neuroethics of neuroengineered minds”

2010 Visiting Scholar
Rati Venkatesh MS
“Prions and nano-neurotechnologies as weapons”

2010 Visiting Scholar
Renata See, MA
“Other species, other brains, other minds”

2009 Visiting Scholar
Daniel Hall-Flavin, MD
“Neuroscience and implications for psychiatric nosology”

2009 Visiting Scholar
Guillermo Palchik
Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA
“Brain-mind and emergence: On formal causality of conscious process”

2009 Visiting Scholar
Neha Amin, MD
“The fallacy of disclosure”

2008 Visiting Scholar
Colin Higgins
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
“The serotonin 5-HT3 receptor: Structure, functions and implications for pharmacotherapeutics”

2008 Visiting Scholar
Brian Wermcrantz
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
“Systems’ complexity in brain and emergent properties of mind: Merleau-Ponty redux”

2008 Visiting Scholar
Jolie Hoppe
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
“Use of propranolol and novel beta-blockers to mitigate PTSD in military personnel”

2008 Visiting Scholar
Liana Stec
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
“Involuntary psychiatric commitment: Ethical, legal and practical considerations”

2008 Visiting Scholar
Katie Lee
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
“Role of transcendence in bridging science and religion”

2008   Visiting Scholar
Roland Benedikter, PhD, DPhil
“Toward a neuroethics of meaning: Society and cultural implications of brain science”

2008    Visiting Scholar
Lindsay Moore
Williams College, MA, USA
“Neuroscience as a directing influence on educational policy and guidelines”

2008    Visiting Scholar
W. Adams Janes
Williams College, MA, USA
“Pharmacologic and technologic mitigation of post-traumatic memory and affect: Treatment, enhancement, ethics and responsibilities”

2007    Visiting Scholar
Anne Benvenuti, Ph.D.
University of California Los Angeles, CA, USA
“Toward an integration of the neural and the phenomenal in transcendent experiences”

2007    Visiting Scholar
Jill Kaspar
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
“Assessment of the objective and subjective dimensions of chronic pain: A mixed methods’ empirical, and philosophical study”

2007    Visiting Scholar
Josh Lindgren
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
“Pain, suffering and a Heideggerian notion of the person as event: Implications for the moral obligations of medicine”

2007    Visiting Scholar
Katia Braga
Sao Paolo, Brazil
“Comparative analysis of the history and philosophical basis of medical ethics in Brazil and the United States”

2006    Master’s thesis Committee: Gabrielle Hill
Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA
“Physiological bases for examples of interpersonal healing in the New Testament”            

2006    Visiting Scholar
Richard Cox, Ph.D., M.D, D.Min.
Duke University, Chapel Hill, NC, USA
“Toward a consilience of neuroscience and education in a genomic world”

2006    Visiting Scholar
Hans Werner Ingensiep, Ph.D., D.Phil.
University of Essen and Luebeck, Germany “The concept of the ‘human vegetable’and its implications for medical philosophy,  ethics and practice”

2006    Visiting Scholar
Joan Engebretson, Dr.PH
University of Texas Health Sciences Center, Houston, TX, USA
“Philosophical premises and ethical dimensions of cultural negotiation in the clinical encounter.”

2006    Visiting Scholar
Laura Specker
Williams College, Williamstown, MA, USA
“The neurocentric basis for categorical determination(s) of death: implications for neuroethics”

2006    Visiting Scholar
Joshua Sussman-Goldberg
Williams College, Williamstown, MA, USA
“Self and identity: neural foundations of biological and psychological models”

2006   Visiting Scholar
Sheila Lee
Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, USA
“The basis of diagnosis in pain medicine and psychiatry: problems and potential”

2006    Visiting Scholar
Peter Moskovitz, MD
George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA
“Toward a neurobiological theory of suffering"

 

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