Queen's University

A Neurotech Future: Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues

Online Workshop, April 22 (Open to Public) - 23 (Workshop), 2021

A Neurotech Future is a collaborative project between the Queen's University Centre for Neuroscience Studies, the Surveillance Studies Centre, and the Faculty of Law. This meeting brings together a diverse group of perspectives to discuss the technological, ethical, legal and policy issues surrounding emerging neurotechnologies.

Contact: susan.boehnke@queensu.ca


Speakers (Click for Full Bios and Talk Abstracts)

Webinar Videos

  • Susan Boehnke (Queen's Centre for Neuroscience Studies)
    • Lead Organizer, A Neurotech Future: Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues.
  • Shideh Ameri (Queen's Engineering)
  • Martha Bailey (Queen's, Faculty of Law)
  • Jennifer Chandler (Ottawa Law)
  • Samuel Dahan (Queen's Law)
  • Nathaniel Erskine-Smith (MP, Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics) 
  • Ali Etemad (Queen's, Electrical and Computer Engineering)
  • Ariel Garten (InteraXon)
  • Judy Illes (UBC, Neuroethics Canada)
  • Ron Levy (Queen's Neurosurgery)
  • David Lyon (Queen's Surveillance Studies Centre)
  • Brenda McPhail (Canadian Civil Liberties Association)
  • Graeme Moffat (Neurotech Entrepreneur)
  • David Murakami Wood (Queen's Surveillance Studies Centre)
  • Teresa Scassa (Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa)
  • Stephen Scott (Queen's Neuroscience)
  • Catherine Stinson (Queen's School of Computing)
  • John Weigelt (CTO, Microsoft Canada)

Organizing Committee