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2015 Satellite Meeting

NCM SATELLITE MEETING DETAILED DAILY PROGRAM (as at February 2, 2015)

April 19 – 20, 2015
All sessions will be held in the Colonial Room

This one-day satellite meeting will gather specialists in the fields of neurophysiology, neurology, neuroimaging, brain stimulation and rehabilitation to share state of the art research into the neural underpinnings of rehabilitation from nervous system injury and disease. The goal is to appeal to both basic and clinical scientists by emphasizing translational research and showing what the future of rehabilitation might look like. The three oral sessions provide a good mix of well-established and new players in the field, and there will be ample time for a poster session giving everybody the opportunity to discuss their newest results. 

Sunday April 19

17:00 – 19:00 Satellite Registration, Upper Lobby
18:00 – 19:00 Satellite Drinks Reception, Carolina Ballroom

Monday April 20

08:00 - 08:30 Satellite meeting coffee service

08:30 - 08:40 Welcome/Introduction, Steve Kautz, PhD, Medical University of South Carolina

08:40 - 10:40 Session 1: Harnessing sensory and motor experience induced plasticity following injury
Moderator: Aiko Thompson, PhD, Medical University of South Carolina

1. Motor learning-induced brain plasticity in Parkinson’s disease
Beth Fisher, PhD, PT, University of Southern California
2. Acquisition of a simple motor skill towards improving locomotion after spinal cord injury
Aiko Thompson, PhD, Medical University of South Carolina 
3. Harnessing intermittent hypoxia-induced spinal motor plasticity: breathing and walking after spinal injury
Gordon Mitchell, PhD, University of Florida
4. Combining biological, bionic and rehabilitation interventions: finding the Goldilocks zones in rodent models of SCI
Simon Giszter, PhD, Drexel University 

10:40 - 11:00 Break, Carolina Ballroom 

11:00 - 13:00 Session 2: Brain stimulation to enhance plasticity and motor recovery 
Moderator: DeAnna Adkins, PhD, Medical University of South Carolina

1. Adaptive stimulation approaches to enhancing neuroplasticity and behavioral recovery after brain injury
Randy Nudo, PhD, Kansas University
2. Directing neural plasticity to treat stroke and other neurological disorders
Michael Kilgard, PhD, The University of Texas at Dallas
3. Epidural stimulation to enhance motor recovery after stroke
Jeff Kleim, PhD, Arizona State University
4. Induction of behaviorally significant neuroplastic change with non-invasive brain stimulation
Michael Ridding, PhD, University of Adelaide

13:00 - 15:30 Lunch and Satellite Meeting Poster Session, Carolina Ballroom

15:30 - 17:30 Session 3: Personalization of rehabilitation based on an individual’s underlying pathophysiology
Moderator: Rick Segal, PhD, PT, Medical University of South Carolina

1. The relationship between post brain lesion neural architecture, neurological deficits and rehabilitation
Leo Bonilha, MD, Medical University of South Carolina
2. Promoting motor learning after stroke: The potential role of genetic variation in brain-derived neurotrophic factor
Darcy Reisman, PhD, PT, University of Delaware
3. Neural mechanisms underlying the loss of independent joint control following unilateral brain injury
Jules Dewald, PhD, PT, Northwestern University
4. Matching upper extremity therapies to the likelihood of meaningful change in individuals with stroke
Catherine Lang, PhD, PT, Washington University

17:30 - 18:00 Session 4: Wrap up:  Question and Answer Session
All Speakers and Moderators

19:00 – 21:00 Opening Reception for Annual Meeting, 
Please Note: If you registered to attend the Satellite Meeting ONLY and want to attend the dinner, tickets can be purchased at the registration desk. 

 

Please click here for poster abstract submission guidelines for the 2015 Satellite Meeting.

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