Award-winning Neuroethics Work at 2024 INS Annual Meeting

Ana Lucía Battaglino (left) and Erika Versalovic (right).
Ana Lucía Battaglino (left) and Erika Versalovic (right)

The International Neuroethics Society (INS) Annual Meeting was held on April 17-19, 2024, in Baltimore, MD. This year's theme was 'Expressing Wonder, Making Meaning: Neuroethics Engages the Arts.' Activities and presentations spanned a wide range of topics in neuroethics, primarily research and explorations related to music, the arts, and the humanities.

Researchers from our Lázaro-Muñoz Lab: Brain Bioethics Laboratory actively participated and received recognition for their work:

  • Ana Lucía Battaglino, MA received an Outstanding Poster Award for 'When Risks Outlast Benefit: Post-Trial Phase of Implantable Neural Device Trials and a Framework for IRB Considerations of Vulnerability'
  • Erika Versalovic, PhD received an Outstanding Talk Award for 'The Right to be Recognized? A Neuroethics Case Study on the Risks and Harms of Qualitative Data De-Identification Norms'