There are only two weeks left to apply to Penn Center for Neuroscience and Society Summer Fellowships in Teaching Neuroethics. Complete applications are due by midnight EST (UTC-5) on Friday, February 15, 2013. From June 24-29, 2013, CNS will host 16 fellows with primary expertise in neuroscience for a week-long intensive course on neuroethics, the ethical, legal and societal implications of neuroscience.
The National Core for Neuroethics, Division of Neurology, at the University of British Columbia has a post-doctoral position available immediately for an outstanding researcher to contribute to the continuation and development of innovative programs at the intersection of ethics and functional neuroimaging including, but not limited to mental health and to disordered states of consciousness. For more information about this position, visit the UBC Department of Medicine web site.