International Symposium on Clinical Neuroscience 2019
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 for ISCN 2019
- Dr. Donna Kimmaliardjuk- Cardiac Surgery: We’ve Fixed Your Heart but Have We Hurt Your Brain?
- Dr. Melissa Hunfalvay- Eye Tracking and Performance
- Dr. Tomas Stangel- The Case for Prefrontal Cortex as the Ultimate Neural Integrator… and How to Use It!
- Dr. Joshua Lander- Neuroscience in Sport: Perspectives on Pain, Fatigue, and Performance
- Dr. Cynthia Qian- Retinal Implants and Prostheses and the Future of Bionic Vision
- Dr. David Clark- Using Neurochemistry to Treat Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Dr. Joe Clark- Fusing the Image After Brain Injury
- Dr. Frank Middleton- The Microbiome and Microtranscriptome of Easy Stage Parkinson’s Disease
- Dr. Matthew Worth- Delays of Neural Development- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Dr. David Traster- A Historical Appreciation for Electro-Medicine
- Dr. Adam Klotzek- Neurological and Biomechanical Influences in Chronic Pain
- Dr. Justin Kreuter- Plasma Exchange: The Oil Change doe Antibody-Mediated Neurological DIseases
- Dr. Marc Ellis- Fascia’s Role on the Nervous Systems Control of Movement
- Dr. Aasef Shaikh- Eye Movements: From Bedside to Bench
- Dr. Sanjay Kulkarni- Evolving Transplant Biases to Patient-Centered Decision-Making Utilizing Choice Architecture
- Dr. Ted Carrick- Traumatic Brain Injury: Research, Consensus, & Reality