Neurotherapeutics Symposium 2019
Accelerating the pace of translation in neurological emergencies by enhancing diverse workforce in neuroscience and promoting transdisciplinary team science.
Carolina Maciel, MD – Chair
Alejandro Rabinstein, MD – Diversity Enhancement Initiative Chair
Robert C. Griggs, MD – Senior Advisory Group Member
Robert Holloway, MD, MPH – Senior Advisory Group Member
Michael Okun, MD – Senior Advisory Group Member
Katharina Busl, MD, MS – Senior Advisory Group Member
Debra Roberts, MD, PhD – Senior Advisory Group Member
This conference centers on diversity enhancement in the neuroscience workforce to bring innovative and creative perspectives to complex scientific questions, and engagement with transdisciplinary team science to facilitate the dissemination of new findings across clinical neuroscientists. The conference also sets the stage for long-term networking to nurture collaborations and stimulate new lines of research.
Sessions will include workshops on team science formation, under-explored funding opportunities and career development, and brief dynamic lectures followed by blocks of lively discussions on the frontiers of critical care neurotherapeutics.
This symposium provides a platform for promising early investigators/trainees to establish and deepen mentoring relationships with more established investigators, which will foster career development and future collaborations.
- Who Should Attend?
- The target audience includes clinician-scientists in the forefront of care of neurocritically ill individuals, neuroscientists and bioengineers, rehabilitation experts, and trainees committed with an academic career
- Speakers: Eddy Amorim, Mackenzie Cervenka, Jan Claassen, Jens P Dreier, Marie-Carmelle Elie, Brandon Foreman, Marc Halterman, Lawrence Hirsch, Sara Hocker, Daniel Lackland, Gordon Mitchell, Laura Ngwenya, Javier Provencio, Alejandro Rabinstein, Eugene Scharf, Kevin Sheth, and more. Click here for bios and information about our speakers.
- Course Schedule
- Conference Materials (Coming soon)
- Location & Hotel Reservations
- Register Now!
- We will be accepting research abstracts relating to the basic, translational, and clinical sciences, as well as exceptionally relevant case reports on the theme of Neurotherapeutics in Neurologic Emergencies
- Submission guidelines:
- Include the following information: lead author, co-authors, disclosures of any financial relationship for all authors
- Abstract format: limit of 300 words NOT including title, authors, affiliations, and disclosures. All abstracts must contain the following sections: Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions
- Capitalize the first letter of each word on the title, but do not capitalize every letter.
- Helpful links for diversity excellence in neuroscience workforce: