Same, Same, or Different? New Insights with Diversity and Ethics

Juliana Nnadi The 3rd Human Brain Project (HBP) Curriculum workshop ‘Same, Same, or Different? Neuroscience, Robotics, AI and Medical Informatics: New Insights with Diversity and Ethics’ took place at the Graz University of Technology (Austria), from 26th to 27th September 2019. The two days’ workshop showcased not only the interdisciplinary nature of HBP, but also…

Engaging Scientists in Ethics

Pelumi Obasaju is a neuroscience PhD candidate with the Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP). This summer from July-September, she spent three months with the Human Brain Project (HBP) Ethics Support Team at De Montfort University (Leicester, UK) as part of a non-laboratory work experience element of training known as PIPS – Professional Internships for…

Animal research ethics in the Human Brain Project: Q&A with Abdul K.H. Mohammed

Abdul Kadir H. Mohammed is Senior Professor at Linnaeus University (Sweden) and Associated at the Karolinska Institute (Sweden). He has been part of the Human Brain Project (HBP) since its start in 2013. His responsibilities at the HBP have included animal research ethics within the Ethics Support work package and organising ethics workshops within the…

Data Governance for Young Researchers

Tyr Fothergill As part of my work on the Human Brain Project (HBP) in the Ethics and Society Subproject (SP12), I take part in external and internal outreach events for the HBP Data Governance Working Group (DGWG), a collaborative cross-SP group dedicated to supporting innovation and infrastructure development through data governance and management. Several months…