NONSTOP Content for Neuroplasticity
Enjoy 3 days of continuous programming for neuroplasticity with a wide selection of topics, including:
- Computerized cognitive interventions in TBI
- Neuroplasticity of cognitive recovery after brain injury
- Motor priming to improve outcomes
- Neuroplasticity after SCI
- Facilitating neuroplasticity in people with tetraplegia
- and MORE!
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- 10+ hours of NEUROPLASTICITY CONTENT (46.25 total educational credit hours possible)
- PLUS NONSTOP content for 6 diagnoses, 11 additional focus areas and dozens of cross-cutting topics spanning multiple diagnoses
- 500+ scientific paper & poster presentations
- CME/CEU credit in your choice of 15 disciplines—more disciplines than any other conference
- Access to DOZENS of ACRM Meetings: special interest groups, networking groups & task forces
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For specific neuroplasticity programming and gobs of details (including faculty names, session descriptions and schedules) see the CONFERENCE APP.
Neuroplasticity Luncheon With Speaker
WED, 28 OCT // Ticketed Event
The NEW ACRM Neuroplasticity Group is proud to sponsor a luncheon on 28 OCT featuring special guest speaker, Randolph J. Nudo, PhD presenting Zen and the Art of Brain Repair. Come meet the leaders and other like-minded colleagues focused on neuroplasticity research and its translation into clinical practice. READ MORE >>
Dr. Nudo is professor and vice chair of Research, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and the director of the Landon Center on Aging at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Dr. Nudo’s Cortical Plasticity Laboratory focuses on understanding the brain’s self-repair capacity after injury, and developing novel therapeutic approaches based on neuroscientific principles.
Neuroplasticity Group Meeting #1060
FRI, 30 OCT: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM // OPEN TO ALL
Membership in the NEW ACRM Neuroplasticity Group is free and open to all. Join this meeting to learn about the work of this fast-growing group, network with leaders in the field, and discover ways to participate.
FEATURED SYMPOSIA for NEUROPLASTICITY
These symposia received the highest ratings of all neuroplasticity submissions reviewed by the 2015 Program Committee …
Neuroplasticity in Neurorehabilitation: A Matter of Learning, Reward, Time and Manipulation of Barriers and Facilitators #3402
PRESENTERS: Leonardo G. Cohen, MD; Gwendolyn L. Kartje, MD, PhD; Douglas G. Wallace, PhD, MA; Theresa Louise-Bender Pape, Dr.PH, MA, CCC-SLP/L, FACRM
This symposium will provide an overview of neuroplastic processes related to neurorehabilitation of motor and cognitive impairments. The principles of neuroplasticity will be illustrated with evidence from ongoing research developing treatments that apply principles of motor learning and reward. To further expand neurorehabilitation boundaries, pharmacological, biological and electrophysiological research currently being conducted to manipulate neuroplasticity and enhance neurorehabilitation will also be presented. The preliminary research findings will illustrate how barriers and facilitators of plasticity can be manipulated to enhance function and how differences in plasticity according to gender and time after injury inform development of these treatments.
Maximizing Neuroplasticity Following Brain Injury #3198
PRESENTERS: Argye Hillis, MD; Randolph Nudo, PhD
The purpose of this symposium is to highlight the advances in understanding neuroplasticity following brain injury, and the potential to maximize neuroplasticity for recovery of motor and language functions. Special attention will be also given to the role of hemispatial neglect in recovery of function.
Neuroplasticity of Attention and Memory Systems #3476
PRESENTERS: Sonja Blum, MD, PhD; Argye Hillis, MD
The purpose of this symposium is to highlight the advances in understanding neuroplasticity following brain injury, and the potential to maximize neuroplasticity for recovery of attention and memory functions.
Update on the NIH Brain Initiative and other Research Opportunities across the ICF Spectrum #4587
PRESENTERS: Drs. Ralph Nitkin and Mary Ellen Michel
Neuroplasticity in Spinal Cord Injury: Some Lessons Learned so Far #3889
PRESENTERS: Keith Tansey, MD, PhD
The symposium will explore neuroplasticity after spinal cord injury. We will discuss anatomical and physiological substrates for plasticity and how plasticity can be measured in animal models or humans using anatomical techniques, imaging or neurophysiological methods. We will discuss how those methods could be used to localize plasticity post-injury, to monitor changes in it and to determine whether that plasticity can be modified so as to improve recovery (such as in gait) and/or diminish pathophysiology (such as with neuropathic pain or spasticity). Data from both animal models and human studies will be presented to illustrate these issues.
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The ACRM 92nd Annual Conference, Progress in Rehabilitation Research (PIRR) offers NONSTOP CONTENT for brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, neurodegenerative diseases, pain, cancer and pediatric rehabilitation plus 11 additional focus areas.
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*Although significant changes are not anticipated, all schedules, sessions, and presenters posted on this website are subject to change.