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EVENTS ORGANIZED BY THE UNIT

Montreal Neuroethics Network

The Montreal Neuroethics Network promotes neuroethics training, education and dialogue by exposing various audiences to neuroethics issues; fostering collaboration and mutual learning to address ethical and social issues in neuroscience and healthcare delivery through inter-institutional collaborations. The Network’s main goal is to organize neuroethics talks, seminars, workshops and symposia in Montreal. The Network welcomes new collaborations and opportunities to help develop neuroethics in both Academia and in the community. Click here for a complete list of upcoming and past presentations.

 

Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers

The Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers was a one-day conference held at the IRCM in Montreal on April 17th, 2015. 93 scholars from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds attended the conference, representing fields such as bioethics, neuroscience, neuropsychology, psychiatry, law, social science, and journalism. Participants came from 9 different countries (Canada, USA, the UK, Switzerland, France, Turkey, Netherlands, Mexico, Sweden).  Almost half of the attendees travelled internationally to attend the conference.  We were very impressed and pleased with the turnout and interest of young researchers at the conference.

The conference featured two panels, one roundtable, a poster session, oral presentations by young researchers and a final keynote lecture.  Our speakers were:

·         Panel: Social responsibility of neuroscience:  Emily Bell, PhD (IRCM) - Chair; John Breitner, MD (McGill University); Artur Kania, PhD (IRCM); Julie Robillard, PhD (University of British Columbia)

·         Panel: Cognitive enhancement: Veljko Dubljević, PhD/DPhil (IRCM) - Chair; Jennifer Chandler, LL.M. (University of Ottawa); Alexandre Erler, PhD (Université de Montréal); Walter Glannon, PhD/DPhil (University of Calgary);

·         Roundtable: How to be successful in your early neuroethics career:  Eric Racine, PhD (IRCM) - Chair; Tommaso Bruni, PhD (Western University); Jaime Flamenbaum, MD (Canadian Institutes of Health Research); Lucie Wade, MSc (Jewish General Hospital /McGill University)

·         Keynote Lecture “The neurobiology of morality”: James Blair, PhD (National Institutes of Health, Unit on Affective Cognitive Neuroscience)

The poster session featured fifty posters of excellent quality from young researchers, while the five best essay submissions were invited to give ten minute oral presentations on their work

 

Brain Matters 2

“Brain Matters 2: Ethics in the Translation of Neuroscience Research to Psychiatric and Neurological Care” was a two day conference held at the IRCM in Montréal on May 26-27th, 2011. Overall, the conference hosted over 100 registered participants and a few additional invited guests from a wide range of backgrounds including bioethics, neuroscience, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, law, nursing¸ philosophy, allied healthcare neuroscience professions and social science. Participants came from 10 different countries (Canada, United States, France, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, Poland, Australia, Denmark, and Taiwan). The relatively small number of participants provided an opportunity for meaningful engagement and encouraged networking and discussion. Six plenary speakers were invited to present on their area of expertise covering an array of topics including placebos, clinical trials, neuroethics, addiction and neuroimaging uses in psychiatry. Our plenary speakers were:

·         Dr. Joseph Fins (USA): Neuroethics: Made in Canada?

·         Dr. Wayne Hall (Australia): Anticipating possible adverse social impacts of research in addiction neurobiology

·         Dr. Martha Farah (USA): Lost in translation: Neuroimaging in psychiatry

·         Dr Carl Elliot (USA): A clinical trial, a suicide and the strange recent history of antipsychotic drugs

·         Dr. Irving Kirsch (UK): Placebos without deception

·         Dr. Judy Illes (Canada): The voices of stakeholders: Examples along the translational trajectory

In addition, we offered two concurrent sessions a day. Presenters came from various backgrounds ranging from neurosurgery, neuropsychiatry, ethics, law, and neurobiology. The conference hosted 24 oral talks, 4 panels, 6 plenaries and 21 posters presented over the two days.

 

 

BRAINSTORM

A Newsletter about Ethics, Neuroscience, and Society

Brainstorm, published since 2009 by the Neuroethics Research Unit, provides state-of-the art international updates on events, funding, education, literature, resources, and news in neuroethics. Since 2015, Brainstorm includes the International Neuroethics Forum to foster open conversations about ethics, neuroscience, and society. Click here to learn more and see past issues.  

 

 

COURSES

NSCI-300 – Neuroethics (McGill University course for undergraduate students)

This introductory survey course cover a wide spectrum of topics and approaches. It is a course intended to introduce students to neuroethics as a field of inquiry, including its theories and methods. Some lectures and content will be oriented towards describing the science, while others lean towards normative claims about moral duties and obligations arising from the use of neurotechnologies. The goals of the course are to:

  • Bring familiarity to a broad range of ethical questions and to ethics as a field;
  • Introduce to ethical analysis and discussion;
  • Improve the ability to tackle ethical questions.

BIE-6007 – Introduction to Neuroethics (Université de Montréal course for graduate students)

Overview of several subjects related to the field of neuroethics: nature and basis of neuroethics, evolution of neuroscience and its consequences on health and society and resource allocation, cognitive enhancement, rise of neurotechnologies, and relation between the mind and the brain. The course aims to:

  • Situate neuroethics in the bioethics field's evolution;
  • Understand some of the principals contemporary issues in neuroethics;
  • Analyze the challenges and identify solutions regarding the evolution of neuroscience and its clinical applications.

 

 

INVITED TALKS AND CONFERENCES PRESENTATION

These lists only include presentations from the past 3 years.

Invited talks

Racine, Eric. Cognitive enhancement, Neuroethics Conference, PhD Program in Neuroscience, Université d'Aix-Marseille, Marseille, France, May 10th, 2016.

Racine, Eric. Introduction to ethics in the mind- and neuro-sciences (neuroethics). International Neuropsychological Society, Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, February 6th, 2016.

Zizzo, Natalie, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Parkinson’s disease patient perspectives on care in the Movement Disorder Clinic, McGill Movement Disorder Clinic, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, December 4th, 2015.

Racine, Eric. Talking about uncertain neurological prognoses: Perspectives on ethics and communication, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Montreal Children’s Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, November 25th, 2015.

Bouthillier, Marie-Ève, Marie-Josée Clermont, Annie Janvier, Antoine Payot, Eric Racine. Enjeux de transition dans notre système de santé et éthique clinique. 8e Journée de formation interdisciplinaire de la FMSQ (JFI), Quebec, Quebec, Canada, November 13th,  2015.

Farahany, Nita, Anjan Chatterjee, Nicole Vincent, Eric Racine. College students should be allowed to take smart drugs, Georges Washington University, Intelligence Squared U.S., Washington D.C., United States, November 2nd, 2015.

Mathieu, Jean, Véronique Hivon, Isabelle Mondou, Eric Racine, Jessica Kovitz-Lensch. Table ronde sur la Loi concernant les soins de fin de vie, Annual Meeting, Association des neurologues du Québec, Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada, September 18th, 2015.

Emily Bell, Gail Andrew, Albert Chudley, Nina Di Pietro, Courtney Green, Eric Racine.  Stigma and FASD: accounting for the ethical implications of stigma in public health practices, Fetal Alcohol Canadian Expertise (FACE) Research Network, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, September 17th, 2015.

Saigle, Victoria, Eric Racine. Involving suicidal populations in research: A review of ethical challenges and proposed recommendations. Quebec Network on Suicide, Mood Disorders and Related Disorders, (Annual Research Day), Douglas Mental Health University Institute, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 28th, 2015.

Racine, Eric. Pragmatic neuroethics. Joint Seminar JoRISS/ EastChina Normal University, Philosophy Department, Shanghaï, China, November 12th, 2014.

Racine, Eric. How can we address ethical challenges in neuroscience? Joint Research Institute for Science and Society (JoRISS China-France), Shanghaï, China, November 11th, 2014.

Racine, Eric. Ethics resources mobilized for scientific innovations and wellbeing. The 5th Annual Science and Policy Exchange, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 3rd, 2014.

Racine Eric. Ethics and developmental neuroscience: An interactive introduction to neuroethics and principles of research ethics, Autism Research Training Summer School, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 20th, 2014.

Racine, Eric. Roundtable, Session sur l’éthique, European Academy of Childhood Disability 2014 (EACD), Vienna, Austria, July 4th, 2014.

Racine, Eric. Ethics and the public’s understanding of neuroscience, Neuroimaging meets society symposium, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 3rd, 2014.

Racine, Eric. A primer on neuroethics: Integrating ethics in evolving scientific, clinical, and societal contexts, American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, New York, New York, United States, June 28th, 2014.

Racine, Eric. L’éthique et les avancées des neurosciences: Enjeux et travaux récents, Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, June 19th, 2014.

Racine, Eric. Ethics in neuroimaging and predictive testing, McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis University, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, March 28th, 2014.

Racine, Eric. Neuroethics and the Human Brain Project: Reverse-engineering the brain, personal identity, and digital clinical neuroscience, Brocher Foundation, Geneva, Switzerland, March 24th, 2014.

Bell, Emily, Eric Racine, Michael Burgess, Charles Weijer. Exploring the role and contribution of work groups and workshops in neuroethics, Brain Matters, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 12th to 14th, 2014

Racine, Eric. Ethics and substance misuse research: Some good general background, a bad case example, and a plugugly question, Workshop initiative on substance abuse, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, March 6th 2014.

Racine, Eric. Ethical communication of neuroscience to the public, Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, Washington D.C., United States, February 11th, 2014.

Racine, Eric. Les représentations médiatiques de la mort cérébrale, Séminaires du Programme de transplantation de l'Université de Montréal, Hôpital Notre-Dame, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, December 13th, 2013.

Racine, Eric, Les enjeux de la transformation technologique du cerveau: Peut-on apprendre des récentes réflexions neuroéthiques? Entretiens Jacques-Cartier, Lyon, France, November 20th and 21st, 2013.

Racine, Eric. Neuroethics: Harnessing knowledge and values in response to ethical problems, Rencontre des Nouveaux chercheurs IRSC, Mont-Gabriel, Quebec, Canada, November 1st and 2nd, 2013.

Racine. Eric. Ethical issues in neuroscience research, XXI World Congress of neurology, Vienna, Austria, September 26th, 2013.

Racine, Eric. Les enjeux éthiques en neurologie, Annual Meeting of the Association des neurologues du Québec, Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson, Quebec, Canada, September 21st, 2013.

Racine, Eric. Does the public’s understanding of neuroscience matter? Questions and perspectives from neuroethics, McGill Graduate Symposium in Neuroscience, Integrated Program in Neuroscience, Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Quebec, Canada,  May 29th, 2013.

Eric Racine, Emily Bell. Ethics, transition, and cerebral palsy. Rehabilitation, disability and ethics workshop, Professional Ethics Research Network, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 9th, 2013.

Racine, Eric. Ethics in pediatric deep brain stimulation: Are there lessons to learn? International Workshop on Ethical Issues in Psychiatry, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan, January 29th, 2013.

 

Conference presentations

Sattler, Sebastian, Alice Escande, Eric Racine. Factors Influencing Public Stigma Towards People with a Substance Abuse Disorder: A Factorial Survey Conducted in Germany. Third ISA Forum of Sociology, Vienna, Austria, July 10th to 14th, 2016.

Bracken-Roche, Dearbhail, Emily Bell, Gustavo Turecki, Mary Ellen Macdonald, Eric Racine. Re-considering vulnerability in psychiatric research ethics, Annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Houston, Texas, United States, October 22nd-25th, 2015.

Saigle, Victoria, Monique Séguin, Laurence Kirmayer, Eric Racine. A scoping review on ethical questions related to research on suicidal populations, Annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Houston, Texas, United States, October 22nd-25th, 2015.

Aspler, John, Eric Racine, Canadian media discourse about cerebral palsy, Annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Houston, Texas, United States, October 22nd-25th, 2015.

Braken-Roche, Dearbhail, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Re-conceptualizing vulnerability in psychiatric research ethics policy and guidance, Annual meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, Chicago, Illinois, United States, October 15th and 16th, 2015.

Aspler, John, Eric Racine. Canadian media discourse about cerebral palsy, Annual meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, Chicago, Illinois, États-Unis, 15 et 16 octobre 2015.

Braken-Roche, Dearbhail, Natalie Zizzo, Eric Racine. Research trends in neuroethics 1973-2015: A systematic review of the literature, Annual Meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, Chicago, Illinois, United States, October 15th and 16th, 2015.

Dubljević, Veljko, Eric Racine. Moral enhancement vs. moral improvement: Implications of integrative cognitive neuroscience models of moral judgment, Annual meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, Chicago, Illinois, United States, October 15th and 16th, 2015.

Bracken-Roche, Dearbhail, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Re-considering vulnerability in mental health research ethics, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 17th, 2015.

Sokolnicka, Isabelle, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Projet d’engagement du public en neurosciences et en neuroéthique, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 17th, 2015.

Zizzo, Natalie, Emily Bell, Eric Racine, Exploring everyday ethics and its applications in Parkinson’s disease, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 17th, 2015.

Martineau, Joé T., Eric Racine. On the role of empathy in organizations: Insights from the neuroscience of business ethics, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 17th, 2015.

Aspler, John, Eric Racine. Canadian media discourse about cerebral palsy, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 17th, 2015.

Aspler, John, Natalie Zizzo, Emily Bell, Nina Di Pietro, Courtney Green, Eric Racine. Canadian media discourse about fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 17th, 2015.

Racine, Eric, Chair, Tommaso Bruni, Jaime Flamenbaum, Lucie Wade. Roundtable: How to be successful in your early neuroethics career, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers , Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 17th, 2015.

Victoria Saigle, Dubljevic, Veljko, Eric Racine. The impact of a landmark paper on the concept of free will: Reconsidering the legacy of the Libet EEG experiments, Annual Meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, Washington D.C., United States, November 13th and 14th, 2014.

Dubljevic, Veljko, Victoria Saigle, Eric Racine. The rising tide of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in the media and peer review literature, Annual Meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, Washington D.C., United States, November 13th and 14th, 2014.

Zizzo, Natalie, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Exploring everyday ethical issue in Parkinson’s disease, Annual Meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, Washington D.C., United States, November 13th and 14th, 2014.

Aspler, John, Natalie Zizzo, Emily Bell, Nina Di Pietro, Courtney Green, Eric Racine. Canadian Media Discourse about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Annual Meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, Washington D.C., United States, November 13th and 14th, 2014.

Zizzo, Natalie, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Everyday ethics in neurodegenerative conditions: Examining salient challenges in Parkinson’s disease research and health care,  Annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, San Diego, California, United States, October 16th-19th 2014.

Dubljevic, Veljko, Victoria Saigle, Eric Racine. The rising tide of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in print media and academic literature, Annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, San Diego, California, United States, October 16th-19th 2014.

Bell, Emily, Gail Andrew, Albert Chudley, Nina Di Pietro, Courtney Green, Judy Illes, Eric Racine. For shame! Stigma against fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: Examining the ethical implications for healthcare practices and policies, 15th Annual Meeting of the Fetal Alcohol Canadian Expertise (FACE) Research Network, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, September 24th, 2014.

Dubljevic, Veljko, Victoria Saigle, Eric Racine. The rising tide of tDCS in the media and academic literature, Neuro-interventions and the law, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, September 12th-14th, 2014

Aspler, John, Natalie Zizzo, Emily Bell, Nina Di Pietro, Courtney Green, Eric Racine. Canadian Media Discourse about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Joint Reunion of the 20th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience and  5th Annual Meeting of NeuroDevNet Brain Development, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 19th-24th, 2014.

Zizzo, Natalie, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Examining the ethical challenges of screening for biomarkers of prenatal alcohol exposure, , Joint Reunion of the 20th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience and  5th Annual Meeting of NeuroDevNet Brain Development, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 19th-24th, 2014.

Chandler, Sun , Mogyoros Martin-Rubio, Racine Eric. The law and ethics of memory dampening treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder. 29th World Congress of Neuropsychopharmacology, Vancouver, Colombie-Britannique, Canada, June 25th, 2014.

Emily Bell, Gail Andrew, Albert Chudley, Nina DiPietro, Courtney Green, Judy Illes, Eric Racine. For shame! Stigma against fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: Examining the ethical implications for healthcare practices and policies, 8th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 25th-28th, 2014.

Victoria Saigle, Dubljevic, Veljko, Eric Racine. The impact of a landmark paper on the concept of free will: Reconsidering the legacy of the Libet EEG experiments, 8th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 25th-28th, 2014.

Zizzo, Natalie, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Everyday ethics in neurodegenerative conditions: Examining salient challenges in Parkinson’s disease research and health care, 8th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 25th-28th, 2014.

Dubljevic, Veljko, Victoria Saigle, Eric Racine. The rising tide of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) in the media and peer review literature, 8th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 25th-28th, 2014.

Aspler, John, Natalie Zizzo, Emily Bell, Nina Di Pietro, Courtney Green, Eric Racine. Canadian media discourse about fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, 8th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 25th-28th, 2014.

Séguin, Monique, Eric Racine, Victoria Saigle. Regroupement stratégique: Dimension psychosociale, éthique et santé autochtone, Colloque du Réseau québécois sur le suicide, les troubles de l'humeur et les troubles associés, Congrès annuel de l’Acfas, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 15th, 2014.

Saigle, Victoria, Eric Racine. Une revue des perspectives éthiques sur le suicide dans le contexte de la recherche, des soins de santé et de des politiques de santé, Colloque du Réseau québécois sur le suicide, les troubles de l'humeur et les troubles associés, Congrès annuel de l’Acfas, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 15th, 2014.

Kaufman, Hannah, Eric Racine. Ethics issues in the transition from paediatric to adult care: Sharing Canadian experiences, 10th International Conference on Clinical Ethics Consultation, Paris, France, April 24th-26th, 2014.

Dubljevic, Veljko, Eric Racine. The rising tide of tDCS in the media and academic literature, World Congress on Brain, Behavior and Emotion, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 7th-9th, 2014.

Dubljevic, Veljko, Eric Racine. An integrative cognitive neuroscience model of moral judgment: Moral intuitions and agent, deed, and consequence heuristics, World Congress on Brain, Behavior and Emotion, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 7th-9th, 2014.

Dubljevic, Veljko, Victoria Saigle, Eric Racine. The impact of a landmark neuroscience study on free will: Reconsidering the legacy of the Libet experiment, World Congress on Brain, Behavior and Emotion, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 7th-9th, 2014.

Zizzo, Natalie, Emily Bell, Eric Racine. Comments and reflections on ethics in screening for biomarkers of prenatal alcohol exposure, Brain Matters, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Mars 14th-16th, 2014.

Bell, Emily, Eric Racine et al. A recipe for success or disaster? Exploring the role and contribution of work groups and workshops in Neuroethics, Brain Matters , Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Mars 14th-16th, 2014.

Bell, Emily, Gail Andrew, Albert Chudley, Nina Di Pietro, Courtney Green, Eric Racine. For shame! Stigma against fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: Examining the ethical implications for healthcare practices and policies, Brain Matters, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Mars 14th-16th, 2014.

Dubljević, Veljko, Eric Racine. The ADC of moral judgment: Tracking intuitions about agents, deeds and consequences in the neuroscience of ethics, Brain Matters, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Mars 14th-16th, 2014.

Chandler, Sun, Eric Racine. Public reactions to media reports of the use of fMRI to communicate with Scott Routley, a Canadian persistent vegetative state. Annual Meeting of the International Neuroethics Society, San Diego, Californie, United States , November 8th, 2013.

Bell, Emily, Eric Racine. At the boundaries of proven and unproven therapies: Considering ethics, evidence and uncertainty in pediatric medical decision-making, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, October 24th-27th, 2013.

Bell, Emily, Lisa Anne Rasmussen, Michael Shevell, Jerome Yager, Anne Synnes, Barbara Mazer, Steven Miller, Annette Majnemer, Nazeem Muhajarine, Isabelle Chouinard, Eric Racine. Prognostication and the contribution of MRI in hypoxic-ischemic injury in infants, 4e Annual Meeting of NeuroDevNet Brain Development, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, September 29th-October 1st , 2013.

Bell, Emily, Lisa Anne Rasmussen, Michael Shevell, Jerome Yager, Anne Synnes, Barbara Mazer, Steven Miller, Annette Majnemer, Nazeem Muhajarine, Isabelle Chouinard, Eric Racine. Prognostication and the contribution of MRI in hypoxic-ischemic injury in infants, Annual Meeting of the Canadian Neurological Sciences Federation, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 11th-14th 2013.

Racine, Eric. Disorders of consciousness: Re-examining ethical dilemmas, Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Neuroscience Nurses, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 11th-14th 2013.

Dubljevic, Veljko, Victoria Saigle, Éric Racine. A Review of Social and Normative Aspects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) Use for Enhancement Purposes by Healthy Adults, IRCM Research Day, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 17th, 2013.

Chandler, Sun, Eric Racine. Human rights, interests and consciousness: Covert awareness in brain damaged patients Technology, Law and the Public Interest: Regulating Technology for the Common Good, Hong Kong, China, April 10th, 2013.

Chandler, Jennifer, Alexandra Mogyoros, Tristana Martin Rubio, Eric Racine. Memory-dampening treatment for PTSD: Ethico-legal issues in the context of sexual assault, Bodies of Law: Women's health and equality, organizé par le Feminist Legal Studies at Queen's, Queen's University Law School, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, March 1st and 2nd, 2013.

 

 

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