NC NM4R 2024 Showcase Symposium

Save the Date:  NC NM4R 2024 Showcase Sypmposium, March 14 and 15, 2024. Join the National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation for a free two-day virtual symposium showcasing the diverse portfolio of research supported by NC NM4R.

March 14 and 15, 2024

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Join the National Center of Neuromodulation for Rehabilitation for a free, two-day, virtual symposium showcasing the diverse portfolio of research supported by the NC NM4R. 

Since 2016, NC NM4R has supported more than 50 ideas across the United States through mechanisms such as pilot funding, collaborative opportunities, or joint pilot funding. The goal of the 2024 spring symposium is to showcase a diverse selection of examples that came to fruition through NC NM4R funding and to inspire a lively discussion about the future of neuromodulation and advancing the field further.

In four sessions over two days, this online symposium offers a platform to discuss neuromodulation for rehabilitation with current key topics of the field that reach from cutting-edge approaches to improve the precision of neuromodulation to ethical, legal, and societal impact. NC NM4R-supported researchers will present their work, and eminent investigators in the field will provide valuable perspective.

Perspective Speakers

Dr. Hummel headshotFriedhelm Hummel, M.D.
Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

Dr. Friedhelm Hummel is the Defitech Chair of Clinical Neuroengineering and the head of the Hummel Laboratory in the School of Life Sciences at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne.

Dr. Smith smiling in headshotJared Smith, Ph.D.
Baylor College of Medicine

Dr. Jared Smith is a Clinical Ethics Fellow at the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas.

Dr. Stagg smiling headshotCharlotte Stagg, MRCP, DPhil
University of Oxford

Dr. Charlotte (Charlie) Stagg is a professor of Human Neurophysiology at the University of Oxford and the Director of Studies for Preclinical Medicine at St Hilda’s College.

Aiko Thompson headshotAiko Thompson, Ph.D.
Medical University of South Carolina

Dr. Aiko Thompson leads the Barbara S. Christie Evoked Potential Operant Conditioning Lab at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Supported Research Speakers

Deborah Barany, Ph.D.

University of Georgia

 

Andreana Benitez, Ph.D.

Medical University of South Carolina

 

Michael Borich, DPT, Ph.D.

Emory University

 

Marian Dale, M.D.

Oregon Health and Science University

 

Ashley Dalrymple, Ph.D.

University of Utah

 

Wayne Feng, M.D.

Duke University

 

Koyal Garg, Ph.D.

Saint Louis University

 

Dorothea Jenkins, M.D.

Medical University of South Carolina

 

Gonzalo Revuelta, DO

Medical University of South Carolina

 

Sharyl Samargia-Grivette, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

University of Minesota, Duluth

 

James Sulzer, Ph.D.

MetroHealth System/Case Western Reserve University

 

Andrew Tan, Ph.D.

University of Colorado, Boulder

 

Mike Urbin, Ph.D.

University of Pittsburgh

 

Marlon Wong, PT, Ph.D.

University of Miami

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