Progress in neuroethics can only occur through a process of intellectual discourse and dialectic. We encourage collaboration of colleagues from a variety of scientific and humanities disciplines. Opportunities exist for a limited number of researchers at all career levels (undergraduate, graduate, and medical students, post-doctoral fellows, junior, mid-level and senior faculty and/or clinicians) to become visiting fellows and scholars and engage in independent and mentored study of neuroethics at the Neuroethics Studies Program at the Center for Clinical Bioethics, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC and/or at the Human Science Center of Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Munich, Germany.
Support/salary is not provided for fellows and scholars, and nominal fees are required to support administrative requirements. A limited number of stipends for short- and intermediate- term study may be periodically available.
Inquiries regarding opportunities for study as a visiting fellow or scholar should be directed to:
Sherry Loveless, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Inquiries should include a brief description of research interests and/or intended studies, proposed period and duration of stay. Please indicate "visiting study inquiry" in the subject line.