We are pleased to announce the 2018 International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience! Fill your mind with cutting-edge expertise in a live 3-day event with the top leaders in clinical neuroscience. This symposium is designed to help you flourish and improve your knowledge and your practice with Clinical Neuroscience.
The International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience was created as a scheduled gathering of the top minds in the discipline.
The Clinical Neurosciences depend upon a multidiscipline approach to health care and the ISCN has become recognized throughout the world as a premier clinical, educational program that assists our scholar-professionals to serve humankind with applications that are current, distinct and meaningful. The ISCN has been more than a dream started with the desire to serve humankind above self.
May 24-26, 2018 is a historic time for those involved in the clinical neurosciences. The 2018 International Symposium for Clinical Neuroscience will be meeting in Orlando, Florida. Top scientists and clinicians from around the world will be sharing the stage with Carrick Institute faculty.
“This was the most powerful event I have attended in my Chiropractic career. The information shared was powerful, and I look forward to bringing it back to my students at Life University as well as my patients. Probably the most exciting theme I noticed from all of the presentations was how patient focused the care was. There are many Doctors who are excited to set clinical goals that they can measure and accomplish that may or may not be shared by the patients. All of the cases presented were completely patient goal focused based on the “life” they were wanting to regain.”
“ISCN was the best symposium I have ever been to! There was something to take from all of the speakers and each one brought a completely different perspective into brain function. The vendors were all great and the games added a little friendly competition. It was captivating, inspiring and fun. Everyone included was wonderful, people were happy to help and provide answers for those attending. I can’t say enough about how much I enjoyed this year’s event, I don’t want to wait another year to do it again!”
Submit an Abstract:
Share your clinical research with international colleagues who are actively aligning clinical practice with advances in neuroscience. We welcome abstracts of both an empirical and philosophical nature related to the field of clinical neuroscience. Investigators at all career stages are encouraged to submit one or more abstracts.
Abstracts will be peer-reviewed and acceptance will be based on content, available space, and overall program balance. The ISCN is especially interested in case studies and case series clinical research. All abstracts will be presented as posters with assigned author times from May 24-26, 2018.
ISCN Publications – Accepted abstracts will be published in the journal Frontiers in Neurology (index factor 3.225) and listed on the ISCN website. Unless otherwise requested, ISCN reserves the right to publish titles, authors, affiliations, and full text of submitted or accepted abstracts on the website or any other digital or print publication.
Abstract submissions are $25 per abstract.
Learn More on How to Submit an Abstract Here:
When creating a research poster, PowerPoint is a very effective tool, particularly when the poster will be displayed digitally. PowerPoint has special algorithms to allow a slide to be expanded larger than it was originally created with minimal loss of quality. This is why you can see a presentation on a 300” screen at a conference, and a 20” screen on your computer, with the same quality.
This tutorial will walk you through the steps to make a BASIC poster and a more ADVANCED poster, depending on how creative you wish to be. The important things to remember are to 1) Make sure they are created in WIDESCREEN mode and 2) Make sure you Export the file as a JPEG at 1920×1080 resolution, or greater. These are both described in the tutorial.
There is a business attire dress code for the ISCN Congress. Jacket and tie for men and professional business for women.
Thursday, May 24, 2018:
8:00am – 5:25pm – Lecture
5:30pm – 7:00pm – Cocktail Hour
Friday, May 25, 2018:
8:00am – 5:15pm – Lecture
5:15pm – 6:15pm – Poster Presentations
Saturday, May 26, 2018:
10:00am – 2:30pm – Lecture
7:00pm-12:00am – Black Tie Gala
ISCN 2018 Honoree’s – Dr. John and Yvonne Donofrio
This year’s honoree’s will be Dr. John and Yvonne Donofrio. We will be honoring and celebrating their life. As you know the Donofrio’s did so much for this profession and guided many of us in the right direction. Please join us as we honor this great couple and continue to grow this profession with the wisdom and knowledge they have left behind for us to carry on.
ISCN 2018 Presenters & Topics
Emergency Support of an Injured Brain: Dr. Maksim Zayaruzny
Genetics and Genomics in Pediatric Neuro-Oncology: The Future is Now: Dr. Mark Atlas
Clinical Neurochemistry to Successfully Treat Vestibular Disorders: Dr. David Clark
Formation of Neurologic Pathways: Lessons from Music: Dr. Neva Howard
Spatial Cognition during Spaceflight: Dr. Gilles Clement
Deconstructing Normal – A Systematic Approach to Human Movement: Dr. Nathan Keiser
The Cerebellum’s Contribution to Language: Dr. David Traster
The Paleoneurology of Cerebral Networks: Insights for Neuroplasticity Today: Dr. Michael Hoffmann
Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine: Parallels in Functional Neurology – Dr. Amy Moll
Hacking your Brain Performance with Exercise: Are All Types of Exercise Equal?: Dr. Kenneth Jay
Shining Some Light on TBI; Trans-Cranial Laser Therapy: Dr. Matthew Antonucci
Vision Training = Brain Training: Lessons from College Sports: Dr. Joe Clark
Concussion Occurrence and Management in Performing Artists – Dr. Jeff Russell
Our Wounded World: Dr. Ahmed Hankir
Preserving the Brain when Exposed to Head Impacts: Dr. Greg Myer
Treatment and Management of Migraine Disorders: Dr. Adam Harcourt
Using Eye Movements as a Guide to Study Common Movement Disorders: Dr. Aasef Shaikh
Trauma Surgery and Neurological Reality: Dr. Mayur Narayan
Influence of Postural Conditions on Eye Movement Performance and Brain Function: Dr. Ted Carrick
Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive
8001 International Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32819, United States
Hotel Booking Link:
The booking code is 0524786CARRICK.
Guests can make reservations under the group directly at this link.
ISCN Room Rate
– King or Double Room $129
State Continuing Education (CE)
The following states have been approved for 25 DC, CEU hours; Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut. Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
The following states have been applied for 25 Acupuncture CEU hours; Florida.
The following states have been applied for 25 Physical Therapist & Assistants CEU hours; Florida
The following states have been applied for 25 Occupational Therapist & Assistants CEU hours; Florida.
Apply for Continuing Education (CE):
If you are in need of continuing education hours for one of the states above OR a state not listed, please fill out a CE request with the link below. Please note many states require the applications to be sent in 90 days in advance.
May 24, 2018
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
May 25, 2018
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
May 26, 2018
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Venue Phone: 1-407-351-2420
Venue Website: http://www.wyndhamorlandoresort.com/Address:
Experience an idyllic tropical paradise in the heart of America’s most popular vacation destination at the newly multi-million dollar renovated Wyndham Orlando Resort International Drive hotel. Located at the epicenter of Orlando’s ever-popular I-Drive, this Orlando resort hotel features lush gardens and romantic lagoons, a delightfully restored and welcoming courtyard, and many upscale services and amenities.