Please join us in welcoming Holly Tyroll to the BeGOOD EIE team for a three week placement! If you are interested in learning more about our placement programme from previous years, click here. Holly Tyroll Holly Tyroll is currently studying undergraduate Neuroscience at Cardiff University. Her interest in Neuroscience arose following a Young Doctors’ Summer… Read more »
In 2016, the Neuroscience, Ethics and Society Group started a Young People’s Advisory Group (YPAG) in Oxford. You can read about why and how we did this here. After a year of meetings we’ve reflected on the good (and bad!), and have created a list of FIVE things to consider when developing an Advisory Group. But… Read more »
What is the BeGOOD Work Experience Programme? This is a 1-2 weeks-long work experience programme at the University of Oxford, taking place in the Summer of 2018. Students work in a small team on projects with the aim to better understand teenagers’ moral views and attitudes about predictive genetic testing for late-onset Alzheimer’s disease. The programme… Read more »
Congratulations! DPhil student, Arianna Manzini, received an award at the International Neuroethics Society in Washington DC in November. Official award: Outstanding abstract, travel stipend recipient, 2017 Annual Meeting, November 10 2017′. These funds have been made available by the Kids Brain Health Network.
Please join us in welcoming Abi Robinson and Robyn McMillan to the BeGOOD EIE team for a three week placement! If you are interested in learning more about our placement programme, click here. Abi Robinson Abi Robinson is a BeGOOD summer intern working on the Citizens EIE project. She has just graduated with a BA in Experimental… Read more »
Students have begun their week-long work experience programme at the University of Oxford. They will work in a small team to develop innovative, digital methods to better understand teenagers’ moral views and attitudes. In particular, the team will work on a game or app to explore young people’s moral attitudes related to advances in biomedicine,… Read more »