Frederic Gilbert
Frederic Gilbert
University of Tasmania & University of Washington
Verified email at utas.edu.au - Homepage
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Target populations for first-in-human embryonic stem cell research in spinal cord injury
F Bretzner, F Gilbert, F Baylis, RM Brownstone
Cell stem cell 8 (5), 468-475, 2011
1182011
The burden of normality: from ‘chronically ill’to ‘symptom free’. New ethical challenges for deep brain stimulation postoperative treatment
F Gilbert
Journal of Medical Ethics 38 (7), 408-412, 2012
1102012
A threat to autonomy? The intrusion of predictive brain implants
F Gilbert
Ajob Neuroscience 6 (4), 4-11, 2015
792015
I miss being me: Phenomenological effects of deep brain stimulation
F Gilbert, E Goddard, JNM Viaņa, A Carter, M Horne
AJOB neuroscience 8 (2), 96-109, 2017
682017
Deep brain stimulation in the media: over-optimistic portrayals call for a new strategy involving journalists and scientists in ethical debates
F Gilbert, D Ovadia
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 5, 16, 2011
672011
Association between concussion and lower extremity injuries in collegiate athletes
FC Gilbert, GT Burdette, AB Joyner, TA Llewellyn, TA Buckley
Sports health 8 (6), 561-567, 2016
492016
Controlling brain cells with light: ethical considerations for optogenetic clinical trials
F Gilbert, AR Harris, RMI Kapsa
AJOB Neuroscience 5 (3), 3-11, 2014
432014
Deep brain stimulation for treatment resistant depression: postoperative feelings of self-estrangement, suicide attempt and impulsive–aggressive behaviours
F Gilbert
Neuroethics 6 (3), 473-481, 2013
432013
Embodiment and estrangement: Results from a first-in-human “intelligent BCI” trial
F Gilbert, M Cook, T O’Brien, J Illes
Science and engineering ethics 25 (1), 83-96, 2019
342019
Deflating the “DBS causes personality changes” bubble
F Gilbert, JNM Viaņa, C Ineichen
Neuroethics, 1-17, 2018
33*2018
Self-estrangement & deep brain stimulation: Ethical issues related to forced explantation
F Gilbert
Neuroethics 8 (2), 107-114, 2015
322015
Print me an organ? Ethical and regulatory issues emerging from 3D bioprinting in medicine
F Gilbert, CD O’Connell, T Mladenovska, S Dodds
Science and engineering ethics 24 (1), 73-91, 2018
312018
Deep brain stimulation and postoperative suicidality among treatment resistant depression patients: should eligibility protocols exclude patients with a history of suicide …
F Gilbert
AJOB Neuroscience 4 (1), 28-35, 2013
312013
The effects of closed-loop brain implants on autonomy and deliberation: what are the risks of being kept in the loop?
F Gilbert, T O'Brien, M Cook
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 27 (2), 316-325, 2018
292018
The impact of American tackle football-related concussion in youth athletes
F Gilbert, LSM Johnson
AJOB Neuroscience 2 (4), 48-59, 2011
272011
Currents of memory: recent progress, translational challenges, and ethical considerations in fornix deep brain stimulation trials for Alzheimer's disease
JNM Viaņa, JC Vickers, MJ Cook, F Gilbert
Neurobiology of Aging 56, 202-210, 2017
222017
Rethinking responsibility in offenders with acquired paedophilia: Punishment or treatment?
F Gilbert, F Focquaert
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 38, 51-60, 2015
212015
Deep brain stimulation: Inducing self-estrangement
F Gilbert
Neuroethics 11 (2), 157-165, 2018
202018
Prognostic implication of preoperative behavior changes in patients with primary high-grade meningiomas
A Vranic, F Gilbert
The Scientific World Journal 2014, 2014
182014
Involuntary & voluntary invasive brain surgery: Ethical issues related to acquired aggressiveness
F Gilbert, A Vranic, S Hurst
Neuroethics 6 (1), 115-128, 2013
182013
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