Learn from some of the brightest minds in applied neuroscience at the International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience in Orlando, FL on May 24-26, 2018

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The Premier Clinical Neuroscience Event of the Year

The International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience's (ISCN) annual conference gathers the leading physicians and researchers in the field, to share their work and understandings of pivotal concepts in clinical neuroscience, which will allow us to further assist our patient populations.

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.

Speakers and Presentation Topics

  • Maksim Zayaruzny MD

    Using Eye Movements as a Guide to Study Common Movement Disorders

  • Mark Atlas MD

    Neuro-Oncology Meduloblastoma “Genetics and Genomics in Pediatric Neuro-Oncology: The Future is Now”

  • David Clark DC, DACNB, FAAIM, FACFN, FABVR, FABIIR

    Using Clinical Neurochemistry Successfully To Treat Vestibular Disorders

  • Neva Howard MD, MS

    Formation of Neurologic Pathways in Medical Education: Lessons from Music

  • Gilles Clément PhD

    Spatial Cognition during Spaceflight

  • Nathan Keiser DC, DACNB

    Deconstructing Normal – A Systematic Approach to Human Movement

  • David Traster DC, MS, DACNB, FABBIR

    The Cerebellum’s Contribution to Language

  • Michael Hoffmann MD, PhD, FCP(SA), FAHA, FAAN

    The Paleoneurology of Cerebral Networks: Insights for Neuroplasticity Today

  • Amy Moll DAOM, L.Ac, Dipl OM (NCCAOM)

    Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine: Parallels in Functional Neurology

  • Kenneth Jay MSc., Ph.D

    Hacking your brain performance with exercise: Are all types of exercise equal?

  • Matthew Antonucci DC, DACNB, FACFN, FICC

    Shining Light on TBI: Applications of Trans-Cranial Low Level Light Therapy

  • Joe Clark PhD

    Vision Training = Brain Training: Lessons from College Sports

  • Jeff Russell PhD, AT, FIADMS

    Concussion Occurrence and Management in Performing Artists: New Athletes for You?

  • Kinda Najem MD, FRCSC

    Neuro-Ophthalmology Overview of Neurosarcoidosis

  • Greg Myer PhD, FACSM, CSCS

    Preserving the Brain when exposed to head impacts: Has Nature already provided the Solution?

  • Adam Harcourt DC, DACNB

    Comprehensive Applications for a Broadened Spectrum of Treatment and Management of Migraine Disorders

  • Aasef Shaikh MD, PhD

    Using Eye Movements as a Guide to Study Common Movement Disorders

  • Mayur Narayan M.D., M.P.H, M.B.A., MHPE, FACS, FCCM, FICS

    Trauma Surgery and Neurological Reality

  • Frederick R. Carrick DC,PhD, MS-HPEd

    The Influence of Postural Conditions on Eye Movement Performance and Brain Function

Clinicians & Scholars Like YOU!

"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!"

"This was the most powerful event I have attended in my career. The information shared was powerful, and I look forward to bringing it back to 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."

Don't Delay, Register Now to Attend the Neuroscience Event of the Year!

ISCN Registration
$799
  • Brilliant Minds in Neuroscience sharing with you!
  • Select Lunches Included
  • Star-Study Gala on Saturday Night! $125 value!
  • Hand-selected exhibitors and games. Over 25K in prizes available!
  • Cocktail hour included!
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Register today and learn why the ISCN is the premier clinical neuroscience event of the year. No where else will you mix and mingle with the top minds in neuroscience, amazing food and drink, incredible gala event, exhibitors actually worth your time, and enjoy it all in sunny Florida!

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