II International Symposium on Neurorehabilitation

The incidence of acquired brain injuries (ABIs) and other neurological conditions represents an increasing healthcare problem worldwide.

The complexity of these pathologies makes a multidisciplinary treatment approach necessary which takes as a starting point the important advances that are being made in information and communication technologies (ICTs), virtual reality or robotics. At the same time, neurorehabilitation can also benefit from research in more experimental (biochemical, genetics, functionals, etc.) and clinical (pharmacological, early prevention, etc.) areas. We feel that the Symposium will be an excellent meeting point for professionals and researchers that wish to establish synergies among their respective disciplines which could lead to innovative approaches, and important advances, in neurorehabilitation research.

It has now been just over two years since we organized the “I International Symposium on Neurorehabilitation: From basics to future”. In that first edition, more than 400 delegates from 30 different countries joined us to make the Symposium a success. But, most importantly, the Symposium served as a meeting point for many researchers and professionals.

The Conselleria de Sanitat, the Centro de Investigación Príncipe Felipe (Prince Felipe Research Centre) and the Fundación Instituto Valenciano de Neurorrehabilitación (FIVAN) are collaborating to organize this second edition. Basic neuroscience, clinical neurorehabilitation and neurotechnology will come together once again in 2012 with the objective of improving healthcare models and promoting the use of technology in neurorehabilitation. All of this, for the benefit of our patients. For two days, world-renowned experts will review the current state and the latest advances made in the field of Neurorehabilitation.
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BSc in Mathematics and Physics and a PhD in Neurophysiology, both from the Hebrew University. Feldenkrais practitioner in the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance, Jerusalem. Israel.



UI Department of Neurology. University of Iowa Health Care. Iowa, United States.


M.D. degree and Ph.D. in Physiology, at the University of Madrid. Instituto de Neurociencias. University Miguel Hernandez in Alicante. Spain.



Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Cognitive Science and Neuroscience, UC Berkeley. Co-Director, Center for Neural Engineering and Prostheses. UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco. United States.



MD and PhD in Neuroscience. Full Professor and Head of the Division of Neuroscience. Pablo de Olavide University. Seville. Spain.



Head of the Bioinformatics and Genomics Department, Principe Felipe Research Centre, Valencia, Spain. BSc in Chemistry and PhD in Biology , both from the Valencia University. Spain.



Director, Brain Injury Program. Carolinas Rehabilitation. Charlotte. United States.



Neuropsychologist, Brain Injury Medicine and Rehabilitation Program, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Asst. Professor, Dept. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern U.



MD, PhD, leads the Coma Science Group at the Cyclotron Research Center and Department of Neurology, Sart Tilman Liège University Hospital. Belgium.



Leader of the Neuronal Regeneration Group. Prince Felipe Research Centre. Valencia, Spain.



M.D. and a Ph.D. in Neurophysiology from the Faculty of Medicine of Albert Ludwigs University in Germany. Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. Director of the Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvasive Brain Stimulation and Program Director of the Harvard-Thorndike Clinical Research Center of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. United States.



Director, Shriners Hospitals Pediatric Research Center. Professor of Neurology in the Temple University School of Medicine. Philadelphia. United States.



MD and PhD in Medicine/Cognitive Neuroscience. University of Navarra, Spain. Faculty member at the Division of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. United States.



Regional Rehabilitation Unit Director. Northwick Park Hospital. Middlesex. UK.



Head of the Therapeutic Polymers Laboratory. Prince Felipe Research Centre. Valencia, Spain



Founder of the Oliver Zangwill Centre, Honorary Consultant Psychologist. Cambridge. United Kingdom.

18 Oct - 19 Oct 2012

Valencia
Spain
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