INTERNATIONAL NEUROETHICS SOCIETY
Thank you for a wonderful year!
Our annual meeting in San Diego this year was possibly our best meeting ever. The Program Committee deserves a great deal of credit for superbly organizing, and it’s awfully hard to have a great program without amazing speakers. Thank you to each of them, and to all of you in attendance for bringing such enthusiasm and for submitting and presenting your own neuroethics research.

As this year comes to an end, we encourage you to consider making a contribution to the Society. Donations are critically important for the health of the organization, and even a small contribution can make a big difference toward our ability to advance neuroethics. Donations, as well as gift memberships formally introducing your colleagues to the Society, are a great way to support the INS this holiday season. Thank you!

You can also contribute your viewpoint through our membership survey . Please take a few minutes to provide your opinion on important neuroethics topics, Society activities, member benefits, and more. Your insights are important to the INS leadership as they consider, pursue and develop new activities for 2019 and beyond.

Best wishes from the INS staff and leadership!
SAVE THE DATE
Neurotechnology for High Consequence Communication and Decision-Making
The International Neuroethics Society and Cognixion are hosting a special one-day conference on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 in Toronto, Canada on "Neurotechnology for High Consequence Communication and Decision-Making." Experts from industry and academia will come together to discuss the social and ethical issues associated with neurotechnology relating to health, crime, civil and disability rights, and what the future holds for neurotechnology. More details and registration will be available next month!
OPPORTUNITIES
Request for Applications – BRAIN Initiative; Multiple deadlines
Postdoctoral Fellowship – Neuroethics Canada; Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until the position is filled.
Postdoctoral Researcher – Cognitive Science and Philosophy of Dartmouth College and the Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine; Application review will continue until the position is filled.
Postdoctoral Fellowships – The Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit; Positions will remain open until filled.
Call for Papers – The Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics invites submissions for its annual "Clinical Neuroethics"; The deadline for submissions is January 1, 2019.
Call for Abstracts – The Neuroethics Network; January 15, 2019.
Call for Papers – Meeting on (Clinical) Neurotechnology Meets Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical, Ethical, Legal and Social Implications; January 15, 2019.
MEMBER NEWS / RESEARCH
Neuroethics for the National Institutes of Health BRAIN Initiative – D. Bianchi, J. Cooper, J. Gordon, et al. (The Journal of Neuroscience)
Evidence-Based Neuroethics, Deep Brain Stimulation and Personality – Deflating, But Not Bursting, The Bubble – J. Pugh, L. Pycroft, H. Maslen, T. Aziz, J. Savulescu (Neuroethics)
THE NEUROETHICS BLOG / OFFICIAL BLOG OF THE INS
THE DANA FOUNDATION
New High School Neuroscience Curriculum – Brandon Berrera (Dana Foundation)

Developing a Theory of Mind – Liane Young (Dana Foundation)

CRISPR Beyond Gene-Edited Babies – Ann Whitman (Dana Foundation)

Beth Macy's Dopesick - A. Williams & F. Levin (Cerebrum)
RESEARCH / NEWS / PRESS
Did you host or attend a event that your neuroethics colleagues should know more about? Write it up! We welcome summary and reflection articles from members. Submit to staff for consideration (administrator@neuroethicssociety.org).
FENS Winter School
January 6-12, 2019; Obergurgl, Austria
INS Student/Postdoc Committee Chair Marcello Ienca is serving as a faculty member for the event and organizing a session on neuroethics.
2nd International Scientific Conference for Research and Ethics
Cancer Research: Monitoring Therapies and Ethical Issues
February 1-2, 2019; Taroudannt, Morocco
2019 Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society
Embracing the Biopsychosocial Melting Pot
February 20-23, 2019; New York City, NY, USA
Former INS President Judy Illes will give a plenary titled "Advances in Neurotechnology for Neurocognition: Balancing on the Tightrope of Discovery, Treatment, and Translation" and is leading a symposium titled "Neurotechnology for Neuropsychology in Egypt, Nepal and Canada: Perspectives, Intersections and Opportunities," which will also included speakers Tamer Emara, Alissa Antle and Claudia Barned.
Psychiatric Neurosurgery – Ethical, Legal, and Societal Issues
February, 22-23, 2019; Berlin, Germany
13th Annual Machine Learning Symposium
March 1, 2019; New York City, NY, USA (Available via Livestream)
International Conference on Neurology & Mental Disorders
Fostering Advances in the Field of Neurology and Mental Disorders
April 11-12, 2019 Stockholm, Sweden
BNA2019 Festival of Neuroscience
April 14-17, 2019; Dublin, Ireland
2nd International Conference on Dementia and Dementia Care
Breakthrough in Dementia Research and Care
April 15-16, 2019; Toronto, Canada
(Clinical) Neurotechnology Meets Artificial Intelligence
May 8-10, 2019; Munich, Germany
Italian Neuroethics Society Annual Meeting
May 5-7, 2019; Milan, Italy
FENS CAJAL Training Programme
July 14–August 3, 2019; Lisbon, Portugal
10th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience
Septemer 21-25, 2019; Daegu, Korea
INS Annual Meeting
October 17-18, 2019; Chicago, IL, USA
Meeting details and links are on our website. And let us know about your upcoming events so we can distribute to the community.