UCSF Weill Neuroethics Symposium

Anticipating Ethical Concerns in a New Era of Neuroscience

Bringing together an exciting panel of speakers, this program will closely examine three topic areas of both great hope and potential concern in the neurosciences. The mission of this symposium is to better prepare the neurosciences community to anticipate and address neuroethical concerns arising from their work, and prepare for broader public engagement on these issues.

Panel One | Neurogenetics & Parenthood

Jennifer Doudna | UC Berkeley

Stephan Sanders | UC San Francisco
Henry Greely | Stanford University

Laurie Zoloth | University of Chicago

Panel Two
 | Neuromodulation Roundtable 

Katherine Scangos | UC San Francisco

Joseph Fins | Weill Cornell Medicine

Sara Goering | University of Washington

Jose Carmena | UC Berkeley

Panel Three
 | Patient Data in the Digital Age
Eric Topol | Scripps Research 

Gabe Aranovich | Mindstrong Health 

Kate Rankin | UC San Francisco 

Anna Wexler | University of Pennsylvania

With special remarks from:
Samuel Barondes & Stephen Hauser

For more information and to register, please visit:
https://weill.ucsf.edu/neuroethics-symposium

Tuesday, January 28

UCSF Mission Bay