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Advances in Neuroethics

Advances in Neuroethics

Series Editors: Dubljevic, V., Jotterand, F., Jox, R.J., Racine, E.

ISSN: 2522-5677

Veljko Dubljevic Ph.D.,D.Phil., is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and affiliate of the Science, Technology and Society program at North Carolina State University. Before arriving in Raleigh, he spent three years as a postdoctoral fellow at the Neuroethics Research Unit at IRCM and McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He studied philosophy (University of Novi Sad) and economics (Educons University), and obtained a PhD in political science (University of Belgrade). After that he joined the Research Training Group “Bioethics” at University of Tuebingen, and after studying philosophy, bioethics, and neuroscience, he obtained a doctorate in philosophy (University of Stuttgart). Veljko’s research focuses on ethics of neuroscience and technology, and neuroscience of ethics. He has over 40 publications in moral, legal and political philosophy and in neuroethics. He co-edited a volume at Oxford University Press (together with Fabrice Jotterand): Cognitive Enhancement: Ethical and Policy Implications in International Perspectives, and is working on his monograph Neuroethics and Justice: Public Reason in the Cognitive Enhancement Debate, (in Book Series “The International Library of Ethics, Law and Technology,” under contract with Springer).

Fabrice Jotterand, PhD, MA, is Associate Professor & Director of the Graduate Program in Bioethics at the Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, USA and Senior Researcher at the Institute for Biomedical Ethics, University of Basel, Switzerland. His scholarship and research interests focus on issues including moral enhancement, neurotechnologies and human identity, the use of neurotechnologies in psychiatry, medical professionalism, and moral and political philosophy.

Ralf J. Jox, MD, PhD, is Associate Professor of Medical Ethics of at the Institute of Humanities in Medicine, Lausanne University Hospital and Faculty of Biology and Medicine, University of Lausanne, Switzerland. He is a trained neurologist and bioethicist and has a research focus on neuroethics, in particular concerning ethical issues in dementia, disorders of consciousness, brain-computer interface, neuroimaging, and memory modification. He was scientific coordinator of international research consortia on the ethics of the vegetative state and the ethics of brain-computer interface.

Eric Racine, PhD, is Director of the Neuroethics Research Unit (Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal – IRCM) and Associate IRCM Research Professor. He is Adjunct Professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, McGill University (Montreal, Quebec), an affiliate member of the Biomedical Ethics Unit, McGill University, and an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Medicine and Social and Preventive Medicine (Bioethics Programs, University of Montreal). His research is involves developing a pragmatic framework for bioethics based on empirical research and exploring its implications in concrete questions related to the ethical application of neuroscience in research, patient care, and public policy. He is associate editor of the journal Neuroethics.