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Meetings/Workshops on Neurology in the United States (USA)

Conference-Service.com offers, as part of our business activities, a directory of upcoming scientific and technical meetings. The calendar is published for the convenience of conference participants and we strive to support conference organisers who need to publish their upcoming events. Although great care is being taken to ensure the correctness of all entries, we cannot accept any liability that may arise from the presence, absence or incorrectness of any particular information on this website. Always check with the meeting organiser before making arrangements to participate in an event!

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1.Miami Neuro — Miami Neuro Symposium - Third Annual
 Dates 05 Dec 2014 → 06 Dec 2014
[ID=660702] Go to top of page
 LocationCoral Gables, United States
 Abstract World-renowned clinical and surgical neuroscience experts explore current and emerging state-of-the-art approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of patients presenting with neurologic diosders and emergencies. During four focused sessions faculty will address best-practice diagnostic and treatment – with a comprehensive focus on safety – for the evaluation and treatment of acute stroke patients; management of critically ill neurologic patients; epilepsy management and emerging standards of care for response, assessment and treatment of the brain tumor patient.
 Topics Stroke Epilepsy Tumor Management Neurocritical care
 Weblink http://MiamiNeuro.BaptistHealth.net
 Contact Julie Zimmett; Phone: [786-596-2398]; Email: juliez@baptisthealth.net
 Related subject(s) Neuroradiology; Surgery
  
2.North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS) 18th Annual Meeting
 Dates 11 Dec 2014 → 14 Dec 2014
[ID=645632] Go to top of page
 LocationLas Vegas, United States
 Weblink http://www.neuromodulation.org
  
3.HAI 2015 — Human Amyloid Imaging
 Dates 14 Jan 2015 → 16 Jan 2015
[ID=660344] Go to top of page
 LocationMiami, Florida, United States
 Abstract At HAI 2015 we will continue to emphasize ample lively discussion of core controversies such as: what does the presence of brain amyloid mean, how should it be measured, how does it change, and what does it portend?
 Weblink http://www.worldeventsforum.com/hai/
 COMS online registration https://www.conference-service.com/HAI15/welcome.cgi
  
4.Keystone Symposia: Neuroinflammation in Diseases of the Central Nervous System
 Dates 25 Jan 2015 → 30 Jan 2015
[ID=632775] Go to top of page
 LocationTaos, NM, United States
 Abstract Neuroinflammation, the response of the central nervous system (CNS) to disturbed homeostasis, typifies all neurological diseases, from primary-inflammatory; to developmental; traumatic; ischemic; neoplastic; and neurodegenerative. This meeting will be the first Keystone Symposia meeting on neuroinflammation and will be the first to bring together the many communities of disease-focused neuroscientists and immunologists with an interest in the CNS. This nascent field needs a committed, interactive community and this Keystone Symposia conference promises to play a key role.
 Topics neurobiology, inflammation, immunology, neurodegenerative disease
 Weblink http://www.keystonesymposia.org/15A5
 Contact Attendee Services; Phone: [970-262-1230 or 800-253-0865]; Email: info@keystonesymposia.org
  
5.19th Annual Children's Neuroscience Symposium
 Dates 01 Mar 2015 → 04 Mar 2015
[ID=671000] Go to top of page
 LocationPhoenix, United States
 Abstract Our symposium features nationally prominent faculty and guest speakers presenting topics and case studies that will provide pediatric providers with a toolkit.
 Weblink http://www.phoenixchildrens.org/CNS2015
 Contact Christina Casanova; Phone: [602-933-0923]; Email: ccasanova@phoenixchildrens.com
 Related subject(s) Pediatrics
  
6.WSPC 2015 — 16th World Congress of Pain Clinicians
 Dates 05 Mar 2015 → 07 Mar 2015
[ID=583961] Go to top of page
 LocationMiami Beach, United States
 Abstract WSPC 2015 will attract some of the world’s top pain experts. By focusing on participant-friendly educational activities together with hands-on courses, WSPC 2015 will facilitate an important discussion regarding interventional techniques for pain management.
 Topics Pain, palliative, opioid, anesthesia, anaesthesia, intensive care, Acupuncture, acupressure, Epiduroscopy, pidural adhesiolysis, Fibromyalgia, Headache, Osteoporoses, kyphoplasty, pain medicine, migraine, neuropathic pain
 Weblink http://www.kenes.com/wspc
 Contact Vanessa Fisher ; Phone: [+41 22 908 0488]; Email: wspc@kenes.com
 Related subject(s) Anaesthesia and algiatry
  
7.Keystone Symposia: Optogenetics
 Dates 12 Mar 2015 → 16 Mar 2015
[ID=638257] Go to top of page
 LocationDenver, CO, United States
 Abstract This meeting brings together a broad range of researchers developing and using optogenetic probes with researchers developing related technologies. Specific goals include to: 1) Present the latest innovative new genetically-encoded tools and technologies for manipulating biological systems with light; 2) Promote exchange between those developing light-responsive probes and developers of related tools (e.g., biosensors, hardware) that will maximize the power of optogenetics; and 3) Foster the exchange of ideas between optogenetic tool developers and users.
 Topics genetics, genomics, neuroscience, neurobiology
 Weblink http://www.keystonesymposia.org/15C5
 Contact Attendee Services; Phone: [970-262-1230 or 800-253-0865]; Email: info@keystonesymposia.org
 Related subject(s) Biochemistry and Medicinal Chemistry, Toxicology; Genomics and Bioinformatics
  
8.Gordon Research Conference — Dendrites: Molecules, Structure and Function 2015
 Dates 15 Mar 2015 → 20 Mar 2015
[ID=648310] Go to top of page
 LocationVentura, United States
 Abstract Dendrites play a central role in neuronal information processing by integrating thousands of synaptic inputs to generate a meaningful action potential output. Recent advances in molecular, electrophysiological and in vivo imaging techniques have led to a rapid enhancement in our understanding of the mechanisms that shape dendritic structure, function and connectivity. Such multifaceted approaches have further demonstrated the extent to which dendrite structure and function may undergo plastic changes that contribute to development, learning and neurodegenerative disease. This Gordon conference will bring together researchers whose latest findings help clarify how the molecular and cellular properties of dendrites enable them to perform complex computations important for sensory processing and higher cognitive function. The conference will be of interest to researchers and students in neuroscience, as well as to anyone interested in normal and abnormal brain function.
 Weblink http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=13542
  
9.Keystone Symposia: Pathways of Neurodevelopmental Disorders
 Dates 16 Mar 2015 → 20 Mar 2015
[ID=638221] Go to top of page
 LocationTahoe City, CA, United States
 Abstract The goal of this conference is to stimulate new treatments and biomarkers to assess treatments in neurodevelopmental disorders and to stimulate early intervention with prophylactic and targeted treatments. This conference is innovative because it pulls together basic science and translational clinical trials. By going from bench to bedside and mixing clinicians with molecular and neurobiologists we stimulate new ideas for treatment that will be beneficial across the spectrum of neurodevelopmental disorders.
 Topics neurobiology, neurodegenerative diseases, development, neurodevelopmental disorders
 Weblink http://www.keystonesymposia.org/15C8
 Contact Attendee Services; Phone: [970-262-1230 or 800-253-0865]; Email: info@keystonesymposia.org
 Related subject(s) Biology; Molecular Biology
  
10.Gordon Research Conference — Neurotrophic Factors 2015
 Dates 31 May 2015 → 05 Jun 2015
[ID=655200] Go to top of page
 LocationNewport, United States
 Abstract Neurotrophic factors play essential roles in the developing and mature nervous system. While Nerve growth factor (NGF) was the first neurotrophic factor when it was identified more than 50 years ago, a large set of related and unrelated extracellular proteins are now known to exert neurotrophic effects in the developing and mature nervous system. The roles of neurotrophic factors include regulation of cell proliferation, survival, differentiation, migration, axon and dendrite growth, synaptic plasticity and the interactions of neuronal and glial cells. As a result, neurotrophic factors affect complex behaviors including feeding, anxiety, depression and learning, and aberrations in the activities of neurotrophic factors have been implicated in multiple neurologic and psychiatric disorders. The Neurotrophic Factors Gordon Conference provides a great opportunity to learn of recent advances in this broad field, and enhances collaborations among scientists and students. The meeting will feature work on diverse neurotrophic factors and their roles in neurogenesis, neuronal migration, survival, plasticity, behavior and diseases, including disorders of neural development such as autism and epilepsy and degenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's disease and peripheral neuropathies. Emphasis will be placed on the most recent developments. 
 Weblink http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=12404
 Related subject(s) Biology
  
11.Gordon Research Conference — Excitatory Synapses & Brain Function 2015
 Dates 07 Jun 2015 → 12 Jun 2015
[ID=655270] Go to top of page
 LocationNewport, United States
 Abstract Perhaps no other structure is more fundamental to our understanding of the brain than the synapse. In the central nervous system, excitatory synapses represent the primary source of information communication between neurons, whether for local interactions within circuits or for linking discrete regions of the brain. One of the most extraordinary properties of excitatory synapses is the ability to under activity-dependent long-lasting changes in synaptic strength, providing the most compelling cellular model for learning and memory. Synapses also serve as the site of action for many commonly prescribed medications and synaptic disruption contributes to many neurological and psychiatric disorders. These include schizophrenia, autism, depression, substance abuse and addiction, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, traumatic brain injury, stroke and epilepsy. In some cases, synaptic dysfunction is causal in disease, whereas in other cases it represents the downstream sequelae of one or more underlying molecular defects. In either case, a fundamental understanding of the formation, structure, molecular organization, signaling function, and plasticity of synapses is essential to achieving progress in lessening the burden of human neurological disease and for predicting and improving mental health.
 Weblink http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=12681
  
12.Gordon Research Conference — Parkinson's Disease: Emerging Research in the Etiology and Pathogenesis of a Complex Disease 2015
 Dates 28 Jun 2015 → 03 Jul 2015
[ID=655739] Go to top of page
 LocationNew London, United States
 Abstract Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the most common motor disorder. Over the past fifteen years, the discovery of disease-causing mutations in a growing number of genes has accelerated the pace of our understanding of disease mechanisms. Simultaneous discoveries in cell biology and immunological processes are rapidly providing insights into the processes that lead to this disease. This creates an exciting series of challenges and opportunities to be addressed by discussion and exchange of ideas. There has to our knowledge never been a basic research conference devoted to Parkinson’s, and this conference will bring together investigators with diverse scientific backgrounds who share an interest in the cellular mechanisms that produce PD and its related disorders. The specific content of the Conference will evolve as our understanding of PD evolves. For the first Conference, topics will include: The normal function of PD-related genes; The cellular response to toxic protein aggregates; Endoplasmic reticulum stress; Proteasomal and autophagic processes; Neuroimmune pathways; and Prion-like aggregate pathogenesis.  
 Weblink http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=16890
 Related subject(s) Medicine (in general)
  
13.Gordon Research Conference — Neural Crest & Cranial Placodes 2015
 Dates 19 Jul 2015 → 24 Jul 2015
[ID=655598] Go to top of page
 LocationWaltham, United States
 Abstract Neural crest cells and cranial sensory placodes are of central importance to the development and evolution of vertebrates, and are also of high clinical significance. This conference is designed to facilitate shared insights among attendees and fuel further advances in our understanding of the mechanisms governing the formation, behavior and differentiation of these two cell populations, as well as to catalyze the application of this knowledge to the field of regenerative medicine. The central goals of the conference are to accelerate the exchange of information across different model systems, to promote technological innovations in the field, and to further a genome and proteome scale understanding of the mechanisms that govern the development of neural crest cells and cranial sensory placodes. Both neural crest cells and cranial placode cells make extensive contributions to embryonic structures, and defects in their development underlie a broad range of congenital disorders. Neural crest cells display stem cell attributes, and neural crest-derived cells persist as stem cells into adulthood; studies of these cells provide broad insights into stem cell biology. Moreover, neural crest cells undergo migratory and invasive behavior driven by core EMT regulatory factors, and understanding how their behavior is regulated provides insights into the related invasive behavior of metastatic tumor cells. Cranial placode cells play important roles in the development of cranial sensory structures; mutations in genes that regulate their development lead to human syndromes with severe sensory deficits and dysregulated cell cycle control in numerous cancers. The conference will bring together a diverse group of scientists in a collegial atmosphere that fosters substantive discussions and promotes collaborative interactions between basic and clinical scientists in this important area of biomedical research.  
 Weblink http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=15828
  
14.Gordon Research Conference — Amygdala in Health and Disease 2015
 Dates 02 Aug 2015 → 07 Aug 2015
[ID=648311] Go to top of page
 LocationEaston, United States
 Abstract The amygdala, a temporal lobe structure that forms part of the limbic system, plays a key role in emotional processing. Its relevance to fear and anxiety in animals has been well known since the classic experiments of Kluver and Bucy, who made mid-temporal lesions in monkeys and found profound effects on the emotional and social behaviour of these animals. Focus on studies of the amygdala expanded greatly when its role in fear conditioning was established. Fear conditioning is a simple Pavlovian conditioning task in which a neutral stimulus is contingently paired with an aversive stimulus. The simple nature of this learning task, and the readily measured physiological changes that accompany it, have made the study of fear conditioning a very attractive target for the study of learning and memory consolidation. As the neural circuitry that underlies fear conditioning is simple and appears to be preserved between species, it presents an accessible model for the study of learning and memory formation in the mammalian nervous system. Because of the physiological similarities between animal and human fear, fear conditioning is seen as relevant to the genesis of anxiety disorders in humans. Moreover, recent research indicates that changes in amygdala function may contribute more generally to pathological forms of emotional learning such as drug addiction. Functional magnetic resonance imaging in humans has clearly established the role of the amygdala in emotional processing. Interest in amygdala function has therefore attracted growing interest in both animal and human experiments using both simple behavioural tests and functional imaging. This Conference focuses on research investigating the role of the amygdala in the formation of emotional memories, both normal and pathological.
 Weblink http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=13511
  
15.Gordon Research Conference — Cerebellum 2015
 Dates 09 Aug 2015 → 14 Aug 2015
[ID=648411] Go to top of page
 LocationLewiston, United States
 Abstract The Gordon Research Conference on the Cerebellum will bring together scientists studying the cerebellum at all levels of analysis, with a goal of fostering dialogue among people engaged in different subfields of cerebellar research. The scientific program has been designed to provide a venue for anatomists, electrophysiologists, developmental biologists, and behavioral neuroscientists, and other researchers with interest in the cerebellum to communicate their latest work to one another. Scientific sessions will cover a wide range of topics, including cerebellar development, human cerebellar function, sensorimotor integration, cerebellar connections to the inferior olive and basal ganglia, emerging technologies to study the cerebellum, cerebellar anatomy, synaptic and circuit mechanisms, and the cerebellum in autism, dystonia, and ataxia. Speakers include senior and junior researchers from all over the world, and the meeting will provide opportunities for scientists of diverse backgrounds and career stages to interact and discuss their hypotheses and discoveries with all other attendees, from leading cerebellar scientists to promising trainees. In addition to the thematic sessions, poster sessions will provide opportunities for attendees to present their work, and a subset of submitted abstracts will be selected to permit graduate students and/or postdoctoral fellows to give short talks. The Conference promises to generate a lively and collegial exchange of ideas, cultivate meaningful collaborations, and ultimately lead to a better understanding of the cerebellum in health and disease.
 Weblink http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=14906
  
16.Gordon Research Conference — Inhibition in the CNS 2015
 Dates 16 Aug 2015 → 21 Aug 2015
[ID=655403] Go to top of page
 LocationLewiston, United States
 Abstract Inhibitory control of neural circuits is critical to the function of the central nervous system and represents a major target for therapeutics. The 2015 Gordon Research Conference on Inhibition in the CNS will present cutting edge research on molecular, synaptic and circuit-level mechanisms of inhibition, with the goal of facilitating in-depth discussions and collaborations between investigators to advance knowledge in the field. The program will feature prominent investigators that explore fundamental aspects of inhibitory neural function at all levels. Scientific sessions will cover topics including regulation of inhibitory synaptic transmission and plasticity, the role of GABA in developing circuits as well as the development of inhibitory synapses and interneuron diversity, inhibition in intact circuits, and GABAA receptors as drug targets. The meeting will offer a collegial atmosphere with substantial time for interactions among scientists and trainees during the multiple poster sessions and informal gatherings. Some poster presenters will be selected for short talks. The conference promotes opportunities for junior scientists to present research and interact with leaders in the field. The preceding Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) will make this meeting particularly attractive for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, providing a forum for oral and poster presentations that will prepare junior scientists for the subsequent GRC. The conference promises high-quality and cutting-edge scientific sessions, a lively and collegial exchange of ideas, and a deeper understanding of fundamental mechanisms of inhibition in brain function.  
 Weblink http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=13334
 Related subject(s) Molecular Biology
  
17.Society for Neuroscience 2015 Annual Meeting
 Dates 17 Oct 2015 → 21 Oct 2015
[ID=646813] Go to top of page
 LocationChicago, United States
 Abstract Neuroscience 2015 is the premier venue for neuroscientists to present emerging science, learn from experts, forge collaborations with peers, explore new tools and technologies, and advance careers. Join more than 30,000 colleagues from more than 80 countries at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience.
 Weblink http://www.sfn.org/annual-meeting/past-and-future-annual-meetings
  
18.Society for Neuroscience 2016 Annual Meeting
 Dates 12 Nov 2016 → 16 Nov 2016
[ID=646812] Go to top of page
 LocationSan Diego, United States
 Abstract Neuroscience 2016 is the premier venue for neuroscientists to present emerging science, learn from experts, forge collaborations with peers, explore new tools and technologies, and advance careers. Join more than 30,000 colleagues from more than 80 countries at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience.
 Weblink http://www.sfn.org/annual-meeting/past-and-future-annual-meetings
  
19.Society for Neuroscience 2017 Annual Meeting
 Dates 11 Nov 2017 → 15 Nov 2017
[ID=646800] Go to top of page
 LocationWashington D.C., United States
 Abstract Neuroscience 2017 is the premier venue for neuroscientists to present emerging science, learn from experts, forge collaborations with peers, explore new tools and technologies, and advance careers. Join more than 30,000 colleagues from more than 80 countries at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience.
 Weblink http://www.sfn.org/annual-meeting/past-and-future-annual-meetings
  
20.Society for Neuroscience 2018 Annual Meeting
 Dates 03 Nov 2018 → 07 Nov 2018
[ID=646909] Go to top of page
 LocationSan Diego, United States
 Abstract Neuroscience 2018 is the premier venue for neuroscientists to present emerging science, learn from experts, forge collaborations with peers, explore new tools and technologies, and advance careers. Join more than 30,000 colleagues from more than 80 countries at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience.
 Weblink http://www.sfn.org/annual-meeting/past-and-future-annual-meetings
  

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Last updated: 18 November 2014