The Neuroethics Seminar Series is designed to explore a diverse range of subjects at the intersection of neuroscience and ethics. In a typical seminar, three expert discussants will come together to explore a topic. In the 90-minute seminar, at least 30 minutes are reserved for discussion and audience participation.
The Center for Bioethics hosts the Neuroethics Seminar Series approximately 9 times each year, with financial support from Harvard's Mind Brain Behavior Interfaculty Initiative, and the Harvard Brain Initiative Collaborative Seed Grant Program. In addition, the International Neuroethics Society makes it possible to live stream the Seminars, and video is archived and available below.