Nikolas Rose delivers the keynote talk at Competing Responsibilities: The Politics and Ethics of Responsibility in Contemporary Life Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (August 15-17).. The following week, Professor Rose holds a public lecture (Mental life in the metropolis) and anthropology seminar (The mind transparent) in Auckland.
Visiting Beijing Genomics Institute in Shenzhen (June 28), Professor Rose presents a talk on Genetic biomarkers in psychiatry and social/ethical issues in neuroscience. On July 2nd, he presents the paper Users in Psychiatry – beyond the monologue at the International Centre for Mental Health in Shanghai.
Professor Rose gives the bioethics perspective during a panel debate at ESOF Copenhagen 2014 on the EU Human Brain Project and US Brain Initiative (23rd June), moderated by Alison Abbott from Nature. The following day, Andreas Roepstorff, Armin Geertz, Cordelia Fine, Martin Ingvar, Nikolas Rose and Siri Hustvedt discuss Minding Humans.
Nikolas Rose spoke at Infelici e tristi, o malati di depressione?, University of Trieste (6th-8th June 2014). With psychopharmacology intrinsic to many treatment practices in mental health care and the use of PP drugs widespread, Professor Rose asks Does psychopharmacology have a future?.
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