Presentations & Posters

UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS

Paper Presentations
Moses, T.Learning From Our Mistakes: Understanding Autism Treatment Through Cochlear Implant History, Seventh Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference. Kalamazoo, MI. September 2017

 

PREVIOUS PRESENTATIONS

Paper Presentations
Moses, T. Woodcock, E. A., Lister J.J., Lundahl L.H., & Greenwald M.K., Developing Domains of Negative Consequences of Regular Heroin Use, Wayne State School of Medicine Medical Student Research Symposium. Detroit, MI. January 2017

Moses, T., Fixing Children who are not Broken: The Dangers of Internalized PrejudiceSixth Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference. Kalamazoo, MI. September 2016

Moses, T. & Bardawil, A*., Critical Communication: Addressing Insufficient Language Access in Medicine, Sixth Annual Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Conference. Kalamazoo, MI. September 2016
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Moses, T., Emerging Technologies: The Ethical Dangers of Fixing What Is Not BrokenInternational Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Sciences, and Technology, ETHICS 2016. Vancouver, BC. May 2016

Bardawil, A. & Moses, T., Linguistic Limitations: The Ethical Imperative of Regulation in InterpretationInternational Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Sciences, and Technology, ETHICS 2016. Vancouver, BC. May 2016

Moses, T., The Unintended Consequences of Neurotechnological Enhancement, Bioethics: Preparing for the Unknown. Kalamazoo, MI. March 2016

Moses, T., Ethical Implications of Emerging Neurotechnologies, Brain Matters! 5. Scottsdale, AZ. May 2015


Posters
Moses, T. Woodcock, E. A., Lister J.J., Lundahl L.H., & Greenwald M.K., Developing Domains of Negative Consequences of Regular Heroin Use, The College on Problems of Drug Dependence. Montreal, Canada. June 2017

Moses, T., Lister J.J., & Greenwald M.K., Examining Race Differences in Injection Heroin Use to Guide Future Development of Targeted Harm Reduction Services, CUNY Institute for Health Equity Annual Conference, New York, NY. May 2017

Moses, T., & Bardawil, A., The Importance of Language Access and Provider Training in Improving Health Equity, CUNY Institute for Health Equity Annual Conference, New York, NY. May 2017

Moses, T. & Illes, J., Ethics Representation in Professional Organizations in the Neurological Sciences, International Neuroethics Society Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. November 2016

Moses, T., Rose, J., Totaro, L., Resiliac, J., Bardawil, A., Mermelstein, R., & Latimer W. W., Rates of Positive Urine Drug Tests for Cannabis, Cocaine, and Opiates among African American Cigarette Smokers Who Urine-Tested Positive for Cotinine and Self-Reported Smoking 5 or More Cigarettes Daily, Sixth Annual Aspen Brain Forum: The Addicted Brain and New Treatment Frontiers. New York, NY. May 2016

Moses, T., Mauro, Pia., Rose, J.J., & Latimer, W., Cognitive Control and PTSD Symptoms as Independent Predictors of Opiate Use Disorders among Active Drug Users in Baltimore, MD, Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting. New York, NY. April 2016

Moses, T., Rose, J.J., Dunne, E.M., Bardawil, A., Mack, M., Ritter, K., Mermelstein, R. & Latimer, W., Efficacy of a Cognitive Executive Function Intervention (CEFI) to Reduce Cigarette Smoking among Illicit Drug Users who Smoke 5 or More Cigarettes Daily, American Psychopathological Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY. March 2016

Mack, M., Rose, J.J., Moses, T., Dunne, E.M., Bardawil, A. Ritter, K., Mermelstein, R. & Latimer, W., Pilot Test of the Feasibility and Acceptability of a Cognitive Executive Function Intervention (CEFI) for Young Adult African American Cigarette Smokers, American Psychopathological Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY. March 2016

Moses, T., Dunne, E.M., Rose, J.J., & Latimer, W., Remembering to Abstain: The Impact of Working Memory on Length of First Quit Attempt in Drug Users, Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting 2015. Chicago, IL. October 2015

Moses, T., The Freedom to Become an Addict: Are Addiction Vaccines an Assault on Free Will?, International Neuroethics Society Annual Conference. Chicago, IL. October 2015

Moses, T., St. Louis, M., Ortiz, D., Vasquez, I., Dunne, E.M., Atanga, R., & Latimer, W., Cigarette Smoking Associated with Positive Urinalysis for Marijuana, Cocaine, and Opiates Among Young Drug Using Adults in Baltimore, MD, Association for Psychological Science: 27th Annual Convention. New York, NY. May 2015

Moses, T., Using Neuroscience to Create a Paradigm Shift in Addiction Treatment and Theory, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers 2015. Montreal, QC. April 2015

Moses, T., Is it Ethical to Hold a Person Culpable for His Actions if he Cannot Recognize Right and Wrong?, Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers 2015. Montreal, QC. April 2015