The work of CNS Associate Director Stephen Morse will be the focus of a neurolaw meeting this June in Florence, Italy. The two-day meeting will bring together scholars in law, philosophy and psychiatry to discuss and celebrate Stephen's influential work on responsibility and criminal law. For more information, see http://neurolawconference.com.
Abstract submission for the 2012 International Neuroethics Society meeting in New Orleans is now open. Abstracts should be up to 500 words (including title, author names and affiliations and references if applicable). At least one author must be an INS member and register for the Annual Meeting. Abstracts will be reviewed by the [...]
Sean Scully + Anjan Chatterjee Abstract Cognition Saturday February 4, 2012 @ 2:45 PM The Irish-born painter Sean Scully is best known for his abstract stripe paintings. Twice nominated for the Turner Prize, Scully’s 2007 installation Wall of Light toured extensively before a well-received sojourn at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Anjan [...]
Psychiatric diseases are diseases of the brain, but can we diagnose them with brain imaging? Can neuroimaging guide treatment plans? Help redesign the DSM? The Penn PCNS hosted a February workshop, led by Erik Parens of Hastings and supported by the Dana Foundation, that brought together physicians, neuroscientists, social scientists [...]