- Brent Kious & Teneille Brown (2021). Ethical concerns relating to genetic risk scores for suicide. American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part B Neuropsychiatric Genetics.
- Brent Kious, et al., Ethical and public health implications of genetic testing for suicide risk: family and survivor perspectives (forthcoming in Genetics in Medicine, 2021).
- Treating Addiction in the Clinic, not the Courtroom: using neurogenetics to mitigate stigma and encourage treatment.
- Teneille R. Brown, Leslie Francis and Jim Tabery, Embedding the Problems Does Not Make them Go Away, 20 AMERICAN J. OF BIOETHICS 109 (2020). Published, 08/01/2020.
- Timothy Farrell & Lauren E Ferrante, Teneille Brown, Leslie Francis, Eric Widera , Ramona Rhodes, Tony Rosen, Ula Hwang, Leah J Witt, Niranjan Thothala, Shan W Liu, Caroline A Vitale (2020). Rationing Limited Healthcare Resources in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond: Ethical Considerations Regarding Older Adults . Journal of the American Geriatric Society. Vol. 68.
- Timothy Farrell & Lauren E Ferrante, Teneille Brown, Leslie Francis, Eric Widera , Ramona Rhodes, Tony Rosen, Ula Hwang, Leah J Witt, Niranjan Thothala, Shan W Liu, Caroline A Vitale (2020). AGS Position Statement: Resource Allocation Strategies and Age-Related Considerations in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond. Journal of the American Geriatric Society. Vol. 68, 1136-1142.
- Why We Fear Genetic Informants, 21 Columbia Journal of Science & Technology 1 (2020).
- Crisis at the Pregnancy Center: Regulating Pseudo-Clinics and Reclaiming Informed Consent, 30 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 221 (2019).
- Needles, Haystacks, and Next-Generation Genetic Sequencing 28 Health Matrix 217 (2018).
- Teneille R. Brown & Glenn Cohen, Holly Fernandez-Lynch & Liz Sepper (2017). Accommodating Miracles, book Chapter in Law, Religion, and Health in the United States. Cambridge University Press. Published, 01/2017.
- Medical Futility and Religious Free Exercise, First Amendment Law Review, Vol. 15, No. 43. Published, 01/2017.
- Teneille R. Brown & Jim Tabery and Lisa Aspinwall (2016). Understanding Validity in Empirical Legal Research: the case for methodological pluralism in assessing the impact of science in court. 67 Hastings Law Journal 1067.
- From Bibles to Biomarkers: The Future of the DSM and Forensic Psychiatric Diagnosis, Utah Law Review, Vol. 2015, No. 4, p. 743. Published, 05/2015.
- Denying Death 57 Ariz. L. Rev. 977. Published, 01/2015.
- In-corp-o-real: A Psychological Critique of Corporate Personhood and Citizens United,12 FSU Business Review 1. Published, 01/2013.
- Aspinwall LG, Brown TR & Tabery J (2012). The double-edged sword: does biomechanism increase or decrease judges' sentencing of psychopaths?. Science (New York, N.Y.). Vol. 337, 846-9. Published, 08/01/2012.
- The Double-Edged Sword: Does Biomechanism Increase or Decrease Judges’ Sentencing of Psychopaths? (co-authors Lisa Aspinwall & Jim Tabery), 337 Science 846 (2012). Published, 01/2012.
- The Affective Blindness of Evidence Law, 89 University of Denver Law review 47 (2012). Published, 01/2012.
- Emerging Issues in Neuroscience Policy, co-authored with Jen McCormick, in Oxford Handbook on Neuroethics (Judy Illes & Barbara Sakalian eds.). Published, 04/2011.
- Genetic Biobanks, Certificates of Confidentiality and the Subpoena Power, co-authored with Kelly Lowenberg, 2009 Stan. J. L. Sci. & Pol'y 88 (2010). Published, 01/2010.
- The Eminence of Imminence and the Myopia of Markets, 9 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 674 (2010)". Published, 01/2010.
- Review of Nancey Murphy & Warren S. Brown, Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?: Philosophical and Neurobiological Perspectives on Moral Responsibility and Free Will, 1 Am. J. of Bioethics-Neuroscience 1 (2010). Published, 01/2010.
- Through a Scanner Darkly: Functional Neuroimaging as Evidence of a Criminal Defendant's Past Mental States, co-authored with Emily R. Murphy, 62 Stan. L. Rev. 1119. Published, 01/2010.
- When Scientific Data Become Legal Evidence, 324 Sci. 335 (2009). Published, 01/2009.
- Double Helix, Double Standards: Private Matters and Public People, 11 J. Health Care L. & Pol'y 295. Published, 01/2008.
- Brain Images as Legal Evidence, co-authored with Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Adina Roskies & Emily Murphy, 5 Episteme 359. Published, 01/2008.
- Mental Health
- Cognitive and Neurosciences
- Behavioral Genetics
- AALS speaker on the Health Law and Mental Disability Section panel on Law and Neuroscience, Gray Matters: contrasting the criminal law and public health models for neuro-prediction of violence. Presentation, Presented, 01/05/2020.
- AALS speaker on the Evidence and Criminal Law Section panel on the Evidentiary Issues in the OpioidCrisis, Evidence of Addiction: Exposing the Incoherence of Character Evidence. Presentation, Presented, 01/05/2020.
- Speaker at Neuroscience and Society NeuroFutures conference, Gray Matters: using neuro-prediction for public health, not punishment. Presentation, Presented, 12/02/2019.
- Legal and Ethical Obligations in the Return of Genetics Results, IALMH Congress, Rome, Italy. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
- Misattributing Agency and Mens Rea, IVR World Congress, Lucerne, Switzerland. Presentation, Presented, 07/2019.
- Ethics in the Addiction World, Psychiatry Department’s Addiction Update for the University of Utah, SLC, Utah. Presentation, Presented, 06/2019.
- The Distinctions Between Law and Ethics, Half-day training for Ethics Committee Members, hosted at the University of Utah by the Program in Medical Ethics and Humanities. Presentation, Presented, 06/2019.
- Treating Addiction in the Clinic Not the Courtroom, American Association of Law, Medicine and Ethics annual conference. Presentation, Presented, 06/2019.
- Who’s Afraid of the Genetic Witness? Stanford Law School’s Center for Law and the Biomedical Sciences workshop. Presentation, Presented, 04/22/2019.
- From Moral to Neural: using neurogenetics to reduce stigma and encourage treatment, Stanford Law School’s Biolawlawpalooza conference. Presentation, Presented, 03/2019.
- Using Neuroscience and Genetics to Mitigate Addiction Stigma, Utah Law Review annual symposium. Presentation, Presented, 11/30/2018.
- Character Evidence: is Addiction Habit, Character, or Something Else? Presentation, Presented, 05/18/2018.
- Utah’s Symposium on TRAP Laws, Reclaiming Informed Consent in the Abortion Context. Presentation, Presented, 12/2017.
- Stanford Law School, Biolawlawpalooza, Character Evidence and Addiction. Presentation, Presented, 04/2017.
- Neuroscience Evidence, National Association of Women Judges, Salt Lake City, UT. Presentation, Presented, 10/2015.
- Accommodating Miracles, Harvard Law School’s Petrie-Flom Conference on Law, Religion and Health Care, Cambridge, MA. Presentation, Presented, 05/2015.
- Exploring the Impact of Neuroscience and Genetics on Sentencing Decisions: a case for methodological pluralism and modesty, Columbia University Medical Center’s workshop on Genes, Brains and Responsibility, New York, NY. Presentation, Presented, 05/2015.
- The Disconnect Between Moral Philosophy and Sentencing Decisions, Utah Valley University’s Neuroscience and Moral Responsibility, Orem, UT. Presentation, Presented, 03/2015.
- Denying Death, Stanford Law School, Law and Biosciences Seminar, Palo Alto, CA. Presentation, Presented, 11/2014.
- Legal Scholarship 4.0 at Northeastern University School of Law. Panel, Presented, 03/14/2014.
- Annual Utah Judicial Conference, Presentation on Neuroscience Evidence, September 2013. Presentation, Presented, 09/2013.
- HIV, Privacy and Law, Invited Speaker to University of Utah Public Health course on HIV and Public Health, May 2013. Presentation, Presented, 05/2013.
- Utah Appellate Judges Annual Conference, Presentation on Neuroscience Evidence with Erin Bigler, PhD May 2013. Presentation, Presented, 05/2013.
- International Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging Presentation on Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and the Courts, April 2013. Presentation, Presented, 04/2013.
- International Society for Radiological Medicine’s (ISMRM) Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2013. Presentation, Presented, 04/2013.
- AALS Annual Meeting, Panel on Evidence and Neuroscience, January 2013. Panel, Presented, 01/2013.
- South Eastern Law Schools Panel on Law and Neuroscience, August 2012. Panel, Presented, 08/2012.
- AALS Workshop “When Technology Disrupts Law: how do IP, biolaw and cyberlaw adapt?” June 2012. Presentation, Presented, 06/2012.
- Federal Public Defenders Annual Meeting, Neuroscience and Law for Public Defenders, June 2012. Presentation, Presented, 06/2012.
- Invited Remarks for the MacArthur Law and Neuroscience Meeting, May 2012. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/2012.
- American Society for Bioethics in the Humanities, Panel on Law and Science, October 2011. Panel, Presented, 10/2011.
- ABA and AAAS sponsored Webinar on Neuroscience, Memory, and the Law, May 2011. Presentation, Presented, 05/2011.
- University of Denver, Neuroscience and the Criminal Law, Law Review Symposium, April 2011. Presentation, Presented, 04/2011.
- Arizona State University Pacing Project Steering Committee Workshop, (Hosted by Gary Marchant) Feburary 2011. Presentation, Presented, 02/2011.
- Federal Public Defenders Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, hosted by Ken Murray, “Recent Developments in Legal Uses of Brain-Based Lie Detection,” November 5, 2010. Presentation, Presented, 11/05/2010.
- University of Kansas, Biolaw Conference, hosted by Andrew Torrance, “Lie Detection and the Courts, Current Examples and Evidentiary Concerns,” October 22, 2010. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/22/2010.
- Evening Ethics Discussion: Incidental Findings in Brain Imaging: a discussion of the ethical issues, hosted by Teneille Brown and the University of Utah’s Department of Medical Ethics and Humanities, October 19, 2010. Presentation, Presented, 10/19/2010.
- Aspiring Law Professors Conference, hosted by Doug Sylvester, Arizona State University, panel discussion on fellowship routs to teaching law, October 8, 2010. Panel, Presented, 10/08/2010.
- Dalhousie University Conference on Law and Neuroscience, Nova Scotia, Canada, hosted by Jennifer Chandler, “The Neuroscience of Credibility and the Jury as Black Box,” May 20-21, 2010. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 05/21/2010.
- Current Research Across the University, hosted by the University of Utah IRB and Tony May 7, 2010. Presentation, Presented, 05/07/2010.
- Utah Appellate Judges Annual Conference, The Affective Blindness of Evidence Law, May 2012. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 05/2010.
- Judging Responsibility in the Psychopath, University of Utah, hosted by James Tabery, April 25, 2010. Presentation, Presented, 04/25/2010.
- National Seminar for Appellate Staff Attorneys, Federal Judicial Center, San Diego, CA, May 2009. Presentation, Presented, 05/2009.
- Evidentiary Issues Related to Functional Brain Imaging, Journal of Law and Health, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Apr. 2009. Presentation, Presented, 04/2009.
- Neuroscience and the Courts: The Implications of Advances in Neurotechnology, Stanford Technology Law Review, Stanford Law School, Feb. 2009. Presentation, Presented, 02/2009.
- "Translating ""ELSI"": Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Genomics, Case Western Reserve University, May 2008". Presentation, Presented, 05/2008.
- Stanford Law School Junior Scholars in Law and Neuroscience, Stanford Law School, Apr. 2007. Presentation, Presented, 04/2007.
- English, fluent.