The 2nd Annual Neuroscience in Intensive Care International will take place March 8th - 9th, 2018 in Washington D.C. This two-day conference brings together clinicians and scientists who share a common aspiration to translate discoveries in the neurosciences into effective patient-centered treatments. The 2018 conference will provide an overview of cutting edge research on coma and consciousness, and is also designed for an interdisciplinary and multiprofessional audience of clinicians and investigators working in neurological injury, critical care, and stroke. Learn more and register here.
The Translational Neuroscience in Central VA Annual Symposium and Poster Session will be held on March 24th and 25th, 2018 in Richmond, Virginia at VCU's McGlothin Medical Education Center. This event, hosted by the Central Virginia Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience is open to all VNI members, and details regarding poster submissions and registration will be available after the new year.
The 42nd Williamsburg Traumatic brain Injury Rehabilitation Conference will take place May 3rd - 4th, 2018 at the Double Tree Hilton Hotel in Williamsburg, Virginia. Two different presentation opportunities are available - oral presentations and poster presentations. The presentation formats provide an extensive discussion forum for researchers and practitioners in the field of rehabilitation. General topics of interest include innovative rehabilitation interventions, clinical programs, and clinical research studies. Specific topics of interest for the year are concussion management, substance abuse, cognitive rehabilitation, and complementary and alternative therapies for TBI. The deadline for presentation submission is December 29th, 2017. To learn more, register, and/or submit a presentation, please visit www.tbiconferences.org.
The 46th Annual Hans Berger Clinical Neurophysiology Symposium: will take place May 21st - 22nd, 2018 at the VCU Kontos Medical Science Building, Room 104-105 in Richmond, Virginia. This engaging conference, throughout its historical presence, has brought hands on and comprehensive updates to the healthcare profession with advances in neurology and neurophysiology for physicians, technologists, and other health care providers. This annual even, rich in content, is sure to enrich your knowledge and provide the best practices for challenging case scenarios. Register here.
The 4th Federal Interagency Conference on TBI will be held on Jun 11th - June 13th in Washington DC; be a part of the most exciting meeting in the world for Traumatic Brain Injury research. This event brings together clinicians, researchers, consumers, and policymakers to share cutting-edge advances in TBI research and clinical care. This event will provide an opportunity to learn about the seminal advances in TBI research and clinical care that have served to advance the field and to change service, practice, and policy. Present evidence-based information at this highly anticipated event. A call for late-breaking oral papers and posters has been made with a deadline of March 31. Learn more here.
The Movement: Brain, Body, Cognition International Conference will take place July 27-29, 2018 at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School. The conference topics include scientific explorations of Cognitive-Movement applications in: rehabilitation, neuropsychology, sports sciences, human development, genetics, behavioral and communication sciences, motor learning, therapies, and biomedical engineering. To submit and abstract for a symposium, oral presentation, workshop, or poster, please visit the website or contact Gerry Leisman. To learn more and register, visit their website here.
NeuroTrauma 2018: The 3rd Join Symposium of the International and National Neurotrauma Societies and AANSCNS Section on Neurotrauma and Critical Care is now accepting abstracts. The event will be held August 11-16, 2018 in Toronto, Canada. Registration information can be found here. Abstracts are due April 15, 2018 and should follow these guidelines:
- Research work should be original and innovative. Work can be presented prior to the NeuroTrauma 2018 Symposium but MUST include new information
- Abstracts will be accepted in English only
- Abstracts should not exceed 350 words in length
- The abstract title should not exceed 125 characters in length
- No tables or images will be allowed in the abstracts
- There is a fee for submitting an abstract
- Non-member – $100.00 USD
- Member (INTS, NNS & AANS/CNS) – $50.00 USD
- Trainee/Students (Members and Non-Members) – $25.00 USD
- There is no limit to the number of co-authors per abstract
- There is no limit to the number of abstracts you may submit
- An international panel of reviewers will review all abstracts anonymously
- All abstracts accepted by the Scientific Committee will be on the Symposium website prior to the Symposium
- In Vitro Models
- Nerve Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)