Encouraging dialog across disciplines, to consider and discuss implications of neuroscience research
There are many topics at the intersection of neuroscience and society – areas where scientists can benefit by learning more about applications and implications of scientific findings, and non-scientists can benefit by learning about tools, technologies, our current understanding of brain biology, and where that understanding is limited. Direct conversation can inform, generate transparency, and ultimately lead to new and improved policies and implementations that positively impact community health.
Interested in Neuroscience & Society?
Check out these related resources.
- Center for Community Health Partnership & Research
- Center for Advancing Health Services, Policy & Economics Research (CAHSPER; Co-Directors, Karen Joynt Maddox and Timothy McBride) [formerly the Center for Health Economics & Policy]
- Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity (CRE2)
- Clark-Fox Policy Institute
- The Cordell Institute
- Gephardt Institute of Civic & Community Engagement
- Health Equity Works (formerly, For the Sake of All)
- WashU Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology (PNP) Program
- AJOB Neuroscience
- Berman Institute of Bioethics (Johns Hopkins)/Neuroscience and Society
- BrainFacts.org/Neuroscience in Society
- The Dana Foundation
- International Neuroethics Society
- MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law & Neuroscience
- Neuroethics Canada (U. British Columbia)
- Neuroethics Today