Archive: James Giordano
James Giordano presented his work on “COVID-19: Demonstration and Lessons of Multiple-Order Biosecurity Risks and Threats” at the “Combating Global Coronavirus: From Isolation to International Cooperation” conference, which focused on the growing concern of the world community with consequences of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Category: Past events
“Mapping the Past, Present, and Future of Brain Research to Navigate Directions, Dangers, and Discourses of Dual-Use”
Working towards the goal of fostering effective biosecurity strategies to include emerging fields like neuroscience and neurotechnology (neuroS/T), James Giordano and Joseph DeFranco identify two general approaches that can be used to monitor brain science research, to facilitate the detection of dual and direct-use biological threats as they relate to advancements in brain sciences.
In light of the developments the body-to-head transplant (BHT) in China, which have attracted considerable attention and criticism, Dr. James Giordano reflects about the evermore international enterprise of brain science, and the need for neuroethical discourse to include and appreciate multicultural views, values, and voices.
Neuroscience, its Applications and Implications, Dr. Nigel Cameron Interviews Dr. James Giordano for the Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies
Dr. Nigel Cameron, President and CEO of the Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies, interviewed Dr. James Giordano on his work in neuroscience, from basic research, to ethics, to defense applications; the public interest in the implications of this research, and the multi-national character of the projects he is part of.