Neuroscience Evidence in the Courtroom

 The Stanford Interdisciplinary Group in Neuroscience and Society Speaker Series (SIGNS) presents

Neuroscience Evidence in the Courtroom

Monday, October 25, 2010
5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Frances Arrillaga Alumni Center 

About the event: Can brain scans detect lies? Should brain scans be used as courtroom evidence? Learn from the experts in neuroimaging and scientific evidence about recent attempts to introduce expert testimony based on brain imaging tests, including fMRI lie detection. The panelists will be:

               - David Faigman, Professor of Law, Hastings College of Law

               - Marcus Raichle, Professor of Radiology, Neurology, Neurobiology, and
                 Biomedical Engineering, Washington University                    

               - Anthony Wagner, Professor of Psychology, Stanford 

               - Hank Greely, Professor of Law, Stanford Law School

Registration Information: Registration for this event is complimentary, however we ask that you register your attendance to reserve your space. Click here to register now or follow the link: http:// www.stanford.edu/dept/law/forms/neuroscience.fb

Contact Us: For questions, please contact Kelly Lowenberg at klowenberg@law.stanford.edu or call (650) 724-9903.

When:
Monday, October 25, 2010. 5:30 PM.
Approximate duration of 2 hour(s).
Where:
Frances Arrillaga Alumni Center (Map)
Audience:
Faculty/Staff
General Public
Students
Members
Tags:
Conference / Symposium
Sponsor:
The Stanford Interdisciplinary Group in Neuroscience and Society (SIGNS)
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Admission:

Free and open to the public

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