Prof. Alberto Carrara, Coordinator of the Neurobioethics Research Group of Rome participated in the first Interdisciplinary Forum of Neuroethics at the Universidad Anáhuac in Mexico City, Mexico on May 21. The presentations were organized around the acronym NERDS, according to the Spanish names of the various disciplines. Talks thus explored the relationship between neurological research and Ethics, Esthetics, Religion, Law, and Society. The Clinical Bioethics and Neuroethics Research Group (BINCA) organized the two-day event.
Carrara’s PREZI presentation is available online here.