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James Giordano, Ph.D.

James Giordano, Ph.D., is 2011-2012 Fulbright Professor of Neuroscience, Neurotechnology and Ethics at the Human Science Center of Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Munich, Germany, and Director of the Center for Neurotechnology Studies at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Arlington, VA, USA. Contact: jgiordano@potomacinstitute.org.


March 31, 2012

If neuroscience is to have any value as a human endeavor, then it’s not just what neuroscience informs and teaches. It’s about what we do with the knowledge we acquire. Neuroscience and its technologies are powerful tools. But like any tools, the responsibility to use them -- and the knowledge and capabilities they bring...