James Giordano

O'Malley Chair Lecture Series

The Bioethics Institute is happy to announce the arrival of Dr. James Giordano, neuroscientist and ethicist, as the Visiting O'Malley Chair for 2018.
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Internationally renowned, Dr. Giordano works with scholars, ethicists and the military on issues involving cognitive enhancement, brain-machine interface, artificial intelligence, pain research and neuro-weapons. He is Professor of Neurology and Biochemistry, and Chief of the Neuroethics Studies Program of the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University. To learn more about Dr. Giordano please click here

You are invited to attend the following luncheon lectures:

Tuesday, February 13th  "Battlefield Brain: Neuro-weapons and the Challenge of Dual-Use Brain Science" at 12pm in UNH 4511

Thursday, February 15thHomo Technologicus: Brain Science, Flourishing & Human Potential” at 12pm in UNH 4511

Monday, February 19th "Brains, Minds, & Selves: Neurosciences, Humans & Other Persons" at 12pm in UNH 3616


Dr. Giordano's visit will culminate in the O'Malley Chair lecture:

Tuesday, March 20th "Building Better Brains: Navigating Neuroscience with Ethics" at 6pm in the Life Science Auditorium, LSB