There will be a fantastic program of speakers at a conference entitled Neuroethics of Addiction that the National Core for Neuroethics is sponsoring on April 14, 2009 at the Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver. Plenary lectures by Tony Phillips and Michael Krausz from UBC, and Wayne Hall from the University of Queensland will be followed by a panel discussion entitled “Neuroethics of Addiction: From the Laboratory to the Street”. Chaired by Lorraine Greaves, the panel will include Russ Maynard from Insite, Thomas Kerr from UBC, as well as plenary speaker Wayne Hall.
This is a free public event, and all are welcome to attend.
For further information, visit the National Core for Neuroethics website.
[Supported by a grant from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research}