[spsp-members] UPSS Session at PSA Meeting
Inmaculada de Melo-Martin
imd2001 at med.cornell.edu
Sun Jun 5 13:19:43 UTC 2022
PSA Biennial Meeting UPSS Session
All UPSS scholars participating in the UPSS Mentoring Program who are current graduate students or within 3 years of receiving their PhD are eligible to submit a paper for presentation in the UPSS Session at the PSA Biennial Meeting. UPSS scholars work with their mentors to refine a paper for presentation on any topic in the philosophy of science. If you do not yet have a mentor, please click here<https://forms.gle/4m4Uyd9Xd4aCjU2E8>, and indicate that you would also like assistance developing a talk to present at the PSA Biennial Meeting.
Co-authored papers are permitted only if all co-authors are participants in the UPSS Mentoring Program. Papers co-authored with an UPSS mentor are only allowed if the mentee is the first author and PSA session presenter.
Submissions must include a 1,000-word abstract, not including references. Abstracts should be prepared for blind review. A second, short abstract of no more than 100 words should also be submitted for inclusion in the PSA program if accepted. The UPSS Session submission form also asks you to provide a brief diversity statement explaining how your participation would contribute to increasing diversity and advancing the mission of the UPSS Initiative. Please visit https://psa2022.dryfta.com (copy and paste link) to submit a paper.
Abstracts will be reviewed by a subcommittee of the UPSS Committee<https://mms.philsci.org/projects/moreinfo.php?org_id=PSA&pid=5205399>. Deadline for submitting abstracts to be considered for UPSS PSA Session at the upcoming PSA meeting in Pittsburgh is July 15th, 2022.
The top three submitted abstracts will be selected for presentation at the biennial meeting.
Inmaculada de Melo-Martín, PhD, MS
Professor of Medical Ethics in Medicine
Professor of Medical Ethics in Reproductive Medicine
Professor of Population Health Sciences
Weill Cornell Medicine
Medical College-Cornell University
Division of Medical Ethics
445 East 69th St., OH-221
New York, NY 10021
imd2001 at med.cornell.edu<mailto:imd2001 at med.cornell.edu>
“Destroy love and friendship; what remains in the world that is worth accepting?” David Hume
Rethinking Reprogenetics. Oxford University Press. 2017.
The Fight Against Doubt. Oxford University Press. 2018.
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