[Comp-neuro] FINAL CALL for Posters - 19th Annual Dynamical Neuroscience Meeting

Glanzman, Dennis (NIH/NIMH) [E] dglanzma at mail.nih.gov
Wed Sep 7 15:36:21 CEST 2011


19th Annual Dynamical Neuroscience Satellite Symposium



Deep Brain Stimulation in Mental Illness, Neurological Disorders and Cognitive Impairment



Preceding the 41st Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience



Thursday and Friday, November 10-11, 2011



Marriott Renaissance Washington Hotel

Mount Vernon Square Room

999 Ninth Street NW, Washington, DC



Deep Brain Stimulation is a treatment which has been initiated in over a dozen neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions and disorders, yet the mechanism(s) underlying its efficacy are largely unknown and subject to much speculation.  The procedure has also been reported to produce numerous instances of adverse effects, ranging from bleeding within the brain and infection to cognitive dysfunction, hallucinations, compulsivity and even depression.



This symposium will address the current range of applications, efficacies, case studies, and the theory and modeling that attempt to uncover the biological underpinnings of its beneficial effects.  The ultimate goal is to bring about a greater understanding of the means by which the beneficial effects are produced, at the molecular, cellular and network levels.



Invited Speakers



Helen M. Bronte-Stewart, Joseph J. Fins, Benjamin D. Greenberg, Jaimie M. Henderson,

Kendall H. Lee, Sarah Hollingsworth "Holly" Lisanby, Helen S. Mayberg, Cameron C. McIntyre,

Martha J. Morrell, Nicholas D. Schiff, Michele Tagliati, Philip A. Starr and Jerrold L. Vitek



Keynote Address



Winner of the 4th Annual Swartz Prize in Computational Neuroscience



Symposium Organizers



Cameron C. McIntyre, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, and Dennis L. Glanzman, NIMH/NIH



Poster Receipt Deadline:  September 30, 2011





For logistical information please contact Nakia Wilson, The Dixon Group, Inc., (202)-281-2825, nwilson at dixongroup.com



For programmatic information, please contact Dennis Glanzman, NIMH/NIH, (301) 443-1576, glanzman at nih.gov<mailto:glanzman at nih.gov>



There is no fee to attend this meeting.  Register and submit a poster at this website:  http://neuro.dgimeetings.com

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