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Sept 19-25, 2016 : Pre-Conference and Conference : Orlando Florida: Hyatt RegencyGrand Cypress
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New! Certification Exam dates and registration available!
QEEG Didactic Board Certification Exam - 9/23/16 @ 3:15 pm. ----- Deadline to apply is September 5th. Click here to apply.
BCIA Certification Exam: Saturday, 9/24/16 @ 3:15pm.
-- Deadline to apply is September 10th. Click here for application.
ISNR Foundations- Introducing a new educational track for newbies, students, novices, or anyone who may want or desire BASIC LEVEL presentations and workshops to sharpen their knowledge and/or skills...
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Sept 19-25, 2016
Preconference Sept 19-21
Conference Sept 22-25
Tomas Ros, PhDPostdoctoral neuroscientist,
Department of Fundamental Neurosciences, University of Geneva
Title: Self-organized Criticality as a Theoretical Framework for Neurofeedback
Jeanne Paz, PhDAssistant Professor of Neurology; Faculty member, Neuroscience and Biomedical Science graduate programs at the University of California San Francisco; Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease and the University of California San Francisco
Title: Closed-loop control of Corticothalamic Circuits to Prevent Seizures with Light
Samantha Winter, MSDoctoral Candidate,
Adjunct Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Statistics at Drexel University
Title: Eating and the Brain: Using EEG to Understand Eating Behavior and Weight Gain Proneness
Iman Rezazadeh, Ph.D.Assitant Project Scientist II
Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine
Kenneth Blum, Ph.D.Retired professor ofPharmacology, University of Texas; Adjunct Professor of Psychiatric Genetics, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California; CSO LaVitaRDS; President of Igene, LLC; Life-Time Achievement Awards, Gordon Research Awards; The Julius Axelrod (Nobel Laurate) Distinguished Speaker
Title: Reward Deficiency Solution System: Neurogenetic and Neuroimaging Translational Neural Regulation Having Clinical Relevance