• Le 15 janvier 2018
    Université Paris Diderot
    Room: Mondrian 646-A
    6TH floor Condorcet

International Workshop NormaStim ultime événement scientifique organisé par le projet NormaStim - ANR dirigée par Sonia Canselier - Equipe Normes, Sciences et Techniques, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne ; CR CNRS à Droit et changement social UMR CNRS 6297 - associée à l'équipe Normes, Sciences et Techniques de l'UMR CNRS 8103 ISJPS


 Neurosciences from experiment to daily clinic :
Legal, philosophical and sociological issues of Deep Brain Stimulation

International Workshop NormaStim - 15 janvier 2018,
Paris (Université Paris Diderot)


 Program:

9h15 - 9h30 Introduction

9h30 - 10h10 - MARIE GAILLE (CNRS, Paris Diderot University)
Medical care without recovery in the case of Parkinson’s patients with Deep Brain Stimulation : What are the duties and goals of medicine?

10h10 - 10h50 - RUUD TER MEULEN (University of Bristol)
Solidarity in the care for people suffering from PD. About our obligations to support patients and their family carers.

10h50 - 11h05 Break

11h05 - 11h45 - MATHILDE LANCELOT (Paris Diderot University)
Waiting for accuracy of treatment, extending lives and diseases : Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s disease in a long-term perspective.

11h45 - 12h25 - MARILENA PATERAKI (National & Kapodistrian University of Athens)
Parkinson’s disease and Deep Brain Stimulation in Greece : Unpaid labor and practical knowledge.

Lunch

14h - 14h40 - DANIELLE CARR (Columbia University)
Experimental Subjectivity : Science Fiction Imaginaries and the Pursuit of Biomedical Exculpation.

14h40 - 15h20 - SONIA DESMOULIN-CANSELIER (CNRS, Nantes University)
Patient’s lived experience between research and care Legal issues.

15h20 - 16h - JENNIFER CHANDLER (Ottawa University)
Legal and ethical issues in next-generation adaptive and patient-controlledDeep Brain Stimulation.

16h - 16h15 Break

16h15 - 16h55 - BAPTISTE MOUTAUD (CNRS, Nanterre University)
So Much Promise. Innovation and Translational Research in Deep Brain Stimulationfor Psychiatric Disorders.

16h55 - 17h30 - JONATHAN PUGH (Oxford University)
Psychiatric Applications of Deep Brain Stimulation and Mental Health Law.

17h30 - 18h30 - Discussion on future perspectives for research and collaborations