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It is a great pleasure to announce the mid-year meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society to be held in London, UK, 6th-8th July 2016. This is a joint meeting with the British Psychological Society Division of Neuropsychology and the British Neuropsychological Society.
The main theme of the meeting is "From Neurones to Neurorehabilitation" with the aim of spanning cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology and integrating recent developments in neuropsychological rehabilitation. The conference will incorporate experimental approaches to neuropsychology and clinical neuropsychology, including assessment and rehabilitation. It is aimed not just at neuropsychologists but a range of other disciplines, for example, neurology, psychiatry, clinical psychologists, occupational therapists and speech therapists.
We are putting together an exciting program with symposia, oral and poster presentations. Plenary sessions will feature distinguished keynote speakers, including Professors Giamcomo Rizzolatti (Italy), Eleanor Maguire (UK), Cathy Price (UK), Angela Sirigu (France), Edward De Haan (Netherlands) and Barbara Wilson (UK).
Our conference will take place at the Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, in the heart of London, overlooking the river Thames and the Houses of Parliament, with the iconic Big Ben Clock Tower. The hotel is within walking distance of the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.
We look forward to welcoming you to London, UK!
Professors Michael Kopelman and Robin Morris
London Program Chairs
The INS is pleased to announce that this year’s Birch Lecture by Professor Rizzolatti, From Mirror Neurons to Mirror Brain, is supported, in part, by a generous, unrestricted educational grant from Pearson.