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Ilina Singh is Professor and Director of Research in the Department for Social Science, Health and Medicine at King’s College London. Her work examines the psycho-social and ethical implications of advances in biomedicine and neuroscience for young people and families. She is particularly interested in bringing first person perspectives of children into research, theory and policy. Current projects include: the ADHD VOICES project (www.adhdvoices.com); Neuroenhancement Responsible Research and Innovation (www.nerri.eu); and MindBaC (Mindfulness, Behaviour and Children), which is trialing a mindfulness intervention for ADHD. A major research programme on the ethics of early intervention into children’s moral development is under construction.


Ilina has published widely in eminent journals, including Nature, Nature Reviews NeuroscienceSocial Science and Medicine, and The American Journal of Bioethics. She is the lead editor of a new book: BioPrediction, Biomarkers and Bad Behavior: Scientific, Ethical and Legal Challenges, published by Oxford University Press.


Follow Ilina’s work at www.adhdvoices.com and on Twitter: @adhdvoices


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