The brain is, in the words of Emily Dickinson, wider than the sky. Since the discovery of the brain in 17th century BC, man has been developing new tools to assess the brain. On today’s podcast, Dr. Diane Hamilton brings on Dr. James Giordano to talk about the neuroethical aspect of brain science, digging deep into the brain science of morality and ethics and the ethical, legal, and social issues that arise in and from neuroscience and its varied applications in biomedicine, public life, and daily occupational pursuits. Dr. Giordano is a full Professor of Neurology and Biochemistry, Chief of the Neuroethics Program, and Co-director of the program in Brain Science and Global Law and Policy at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC. He has over 300 publications in brain science, ethics and biosecurity.
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