Neuroscience, Brain & Mind Events

Lectures

  • Toward a Remembrance of Things Past: Solving Alzheimer’s Disease
    23 September 2004
  • Affective Computing: Toward Computers that Recognize and Respond to Human Emotion
    20 May 2004
  • What Neurology Can Tell Us About Human Nature and the Meaning of Art
    18 March 2004
  • Sleepless in Washington: Pharmacological Engineering of Human Needs
    19 September 2002
  • Why God Won’t Go Away: Brain Science and the Biology of Belief
    27 February 2002
  • Flesh & Machines
    31 May 2001

Workshops

  • Neurosciences and Religion
    February 1998

AAAS Annual Meeting Symposia

  • Advances in Brain-Machine Interfaces: Applications and Implications
    February 2013, Boston, MA
  • Ethics of Neuroscience: Lack of Consciousness and Assessment of Personhood
    February 2006, St. Louis, MO
  • Neuroscience of Ethics: Material Foundations of Moral Agency
    February 2006, St. Louis, MO
  • Primatology and Human Nature: Cooperation and Altruism
    February 2003, Denver, CO
  • Topical Lecture – Does Stress Make You Sick and Believing Make You Well – Dr. Esther M. Sternberg
    February 2000, Washington, DC

Conferences

  • Our Brains and Us: Neuroethics, Responsibility and the Self
    17-19 April 2005
  • Becoming Human … and Beyond
    November 2001
  • Seminar on Sociality
    January 2001
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