Neuroethics Studies Program – Georgetown University

Neuroethics Studies Program of the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics at Georgetown University serves as a resource and nexus for addressing the issues, questions, problems and resolutions fostered by applications of neuroscience in medicine, and public life and health upon the global stage.

The Neuroethics Studies Program cooperates with the Human Science Center of the Ludwig-Maximilians University. This establishes the Neuroethics Studies Program as part of a larger network of scholarship.

James Giordano, PhD – Georgetown

Chief of the Neuroethics Studies Program in the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics
Professor, Department of Neurology
Senior Science Advisory Fellow, DOD

Dr. Giordano's research focuses upon the use of advanced neurotechnologies to explore the neurobiology of pain and other neuropsychiatric spectrum disorders; the neuroscience of moral decision-making, and the neuroethical issues arising from the use of neuroscience and neurotechnology in research, clinical medicine, public life, international relations and policy, and national security and defense.

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