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Neuroethics of Implanted Brain Stimulation Devices

25 September, 2017
University Club, Ballroom A
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA USA

Join us for this co-sponsored conference.

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PROGRAM

8:30

Registration/Coffee & pastry

9:00

Welcome and Symposium Overview
Lisa S. Parker, PhD
Director, Center for Bioethics & Health Law

9:10

Implanted Brain Stimulators: History, Indications, Outcomes, Research
Mark Richardson, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery

9:50

Discussion of written questions from audience

10:00

Real World Issues from the Perspective of Psychiatry
Jordan Karp, MD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry

10:30

Discussion of written questions from audience

10:40

Coffee break

10:55

Treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder with DBS: a Patient Interview

11:15

Discussion of written questions from audience

11:25

Preview of the afternoon program

11:30

Lunch

12:00

Keynote Address
Implanted Brain Stimulation Devices: Ethical, Legal, and Practical Issues
Hank Greely, JD
Director, Stanford Center for Law and the Biosciences

12:50

Discussion of written questions from audience

1:00

Funding Opportunities in Neuroethics
Speaker to be confirmed

1:20

Discussion of written questions from audience

1:30

Industry Perspectives
Lisa Johanek, PhD
Principal Medical Affairs Specialist for Medtronic DBS Therapy

1:50

Discussion of written questions from audience

2:00

Philosophical Implications of Implanted Brain Stimulation Devices
Speaker to be confirmed

2:30

Discussion of written questions from audience

2:40

Panel Discussion and Adjournment (3:00)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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