A one-day symposium to examine policies, teaching standards and other issues related to Neuroscience and Ethics is being held Tuesday, July 23, in Washington, DC.
Potomac Institute CEO Michael Swetnam will give the final presentation of the day, discussing the topic of "From Ethics to Policy and Law."
Co-sponsored by AAAS and The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, and hosted by the NeuroPolicy Affinity Group, the day includes panel discussions and break out sessions on NeuroEthics in Defense, as well as Promoting and Teaching Standards in NeuroEthics.
A working breakfast begins at 9, and the symposium starts at 9. After the formal discussion ends at 5:45 p.m., a networking reception will be held for participants.
AAAS is located at 122 New York Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20005.
Register online at http://aaaspolicyfellowships.org/ethical-issues-neuroscience.