UW-led philosophy team receives $1.5M grant to study the ethics of neurotechnology research

Tim Brown, a doctoral student in the UW’s philosophy department and a researcher involved in the Center for Neurotechnology project, is already embedded in the UW’s BioRobotics Lab. He studies autonomy issues that arise for people with Parkinson’s disease
Tim Brown, a doctoral student in the UW’s philosophy department and a researcher involved in the Center for Neurotechnology project, is already embedded in the UW’s BioRobotics Lab. He studies autonomy issues that arise for people with Parkinson’s disease

UW associate professor of philosophy, Sara Goering, to lead team studying how brain-computer interfaces affect whether patients feel they are in charge of their own actions.

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