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International Workshop NormaStim, 15 janvier 2018
15 janvier / 09:00 - 17:30
Neuroscience from experiment to daily clinic: Legal, Philosophical and Sociological issues of Deep Brain Stimulation
Paris Diderot University
4 rue Elsa Morante
6TH Floor – Room 646A Mondrian
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Welcome Coffee 9h
9h15 – 9h30 Introduction
9h30 – 10h10 – Marie Gaille (CNRS, Paris Diderot University): Medical care without recovery in the case of Parkinson’s patients with Deep Brain Stimulation: What are the duties and goals of medicine?
10h10 – 10h50 – Ruut Ter Meulen (University of Bristol): Solidarity in the care for people suffering from PD. About our obligations to support patients and their family carers.
10h50 – 11h05 Break
11h05 – 11h45 – Mathilde Lancelot (Paris Diderot University): Waiting for accuracy of treatment, extending lives and diseases: Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s disease in a long-term perspective.
11h45 – 12h25 – Marilena Pateraki (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens): Parkinson’s disease and Deep Brain Stimulation in Greece: Unpaid labor and practical knowledge.
14h – 14h40 – Danielle Carr (Columbia University): Experimental Subjectivity: Science Fiction Imaginaries and the Pursuit of Biomedical Exculpation.
14h40 – 15h20 – Sonia Desmoulin-Canselier (CNRS, Nantes University): Patient’s lived experience between research and care Legal issues.
15h20 – 16h – Jennifer Chandler (Ottawa University): Legal and ethical issues in next-generation adaptive and patient-controlled Deep Brain Stimulation.
16h – 16h15 Break
16h15 – 16h55 – Baptiste Moutaud (CNRS, Nanterre University): So Much Promise. Innovation and Translational Research in Deep Brain Stimulationfor Psychiatric Disorders.
16h55 – 17h30 – Jonathan Pugh (Oxford University): Psychiatric Applications of Deep Brain Stimulation and Mental Health Law.