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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

9:00am-12:00pm

CE 1
Centennial G-H

Persistent Neuropsychiatric Symptoms after Concussion: Evaluation, Effort, and Ethics
Jonathan M. Silver, MD

Registration required: 3.0 CE / .3 CEU credits

CE 2
Centennial B-C

Genes, Brain, and Behavior in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Science and Practice
Bruce F. Pennington, PhD

Registration required: 3.0 CE / .3 CEU credits

CE 3
Centennial A

Neurocognitive Networking: Modern Neuroimaging Methods for Understanding Neurocognition
Angela R. Laird, PhD, and
Jennifer Robinson, PhD

Registration required: 3.0 CE / .3 CEU credits

1:00-4:00pm

CE 4
Centennial A

Impact of Marijuana on the Developing Brain
Deborah Yurgelun-Todd, PhD

Registration required: 3.0 CE / .3 CEU credits

CE 5
Centennial B-C

The Neuropsychiatry of Multiple Sclerosis
Anthony Feinstein, MPhil, PhD, FRCP

Registration required: 3.0 CE / .3 CEU credits

SLC Lecture
Centennial F

INS Student Liaison Committee Workshop: Brain-Behavior Relationships in the Developing Child: A Primer in Pediatric Neuropsychology
H. Gerry Taylor, E. Mark Mahone

CE 6
Centennial G-H

Primary and Treatment Related Comorbidities in Pediatric and Adult Epilepsies: Revising our Understanding of the Relationships
Bruce P. Hermann, PhD, David W. Loring, PhD, and Madison Berl, PhD

Registration required: 3.0 CE / .3 CEU credits

4:15-4:30pm

Welcome Address
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Welcome Address — Derin J. Cobia, Denver Program Chair

4:30-5:30pm

Plenary A
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Looking Behind the Smokescreen: Cannabis, Cognition and Multiple Sclerosis — Anthony Feinstein, MPhil, PhD, FRCP

Open to All (CE available for additional fee, 1.0 CE / .1 CEU credits)

5:30-6:30pm

Awards Ceremony with Opening by Phamaly Theatre Company
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

INS Awards Ceremony
Chair: Robert K. Heaton

Poster 1 (6-7:30pm)
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 1: ABI-Adult & Emotional Processes

Poster Symposium (6-7:30pm)
Centennial Foyer

Cognitive and Neuropsychiatric Functioning of OIF/OEF/OND Veterans
Chair: Robert D. Shura

6:30-7:30pm

Reception
Centennial Foyer

Welcome Reception

Thursday, February 5, 2015

7:20-8:50am

CE 7
Centennial G-H

Pediatric Mild TBI: Who Gets Better, Who Doesn’t, and What’s Neuropsychology Got To Do With It
Michael Kirkwood, PhD

Registration required: 1.5 CE / .15 CEU credits
Includes continental breakfast 7-7:15AM (begins promptly at 7:20am)

CE 8
Centennial B-C

Cognitive Reserve, From Theory to Intervention
Yaakov Stern, PhD

Registration required: 1.5 CE / .15 CEU credits
Includes continental breakfast 7-7:15AM (begins promptly at 7:20am)

9:00-10:00am

Plenary B
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Connectomics and Cognition: A Tale of Many Regions — Deanna M. Barch, PhD

Open to All (CE available for additional fee, 1.0 CE / .1 CEU credits)

10:00-10:15am

Coffee Break Centennial Foyer

10:15-11:45am

INS Early Career Award
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

INS Early Career Award Presentation: Brain, Behavior and Beyond: Tracing the Social Landscape of Pediatric TBI
Miriam Beauchamp

Paper 1
Centennial A

Paper Session 1:
TBI – DTI

Symposium 1
Centennial B-C

Investigating Preclinical Alzheimer’s Disease: The Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention Experience
Chair: Ozioma Okonkwo

Paper 2
Centennial F

Paper Session 2: Pediatric Neuropsychology & Neuroimaging

Symposium 2
Centennial G-H

International Perspectives on Education and Training in Clinical Neuropsychology
Chair: Chris Grote

Poster 2
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 2: EF/Frontal, Forensic, & Malingering

Poster Symposium
Centennial Foyer

Executive Function in Pediatric Medical Conditions
Chair: Jacqueline Sanz

12:00-1:00pm

Plenary C
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

The Birch Memorial Lecture: Optimal Outcome in Autism Spectrum Disorders — Deborah A. Fein, PhD

Open to All (CE available for additional fee, 1.0 CE / .1 CEU credits)

1:30-3:00pm

Invited Symposium
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Cannabis Effects in Vulnerable Populations
Chair: Deborah Yurgelun-Todd

Paper 3
Centennial A

Paper Session 3:
Sleep

Symposium 3
Centennial B-C

A new look at chemobrain: Conceptualizing and measuring cognition in cancer patients
Chair: Todd Horowitz

Symposium 4 (1:30-3:15)
(Centennial G-H)

Using neuroimaging and connectivity modeling to understand network plasticity after brain injury: advancing theory and methods
Chair: Frank Hillary

Poster 3
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 3: Aging & Epilepsy

3:00-3:15pm

Coffee Break Centennial Foyer

3:15-4:45pm

INS Mid-Career (Benton) Award (3:15-4:15pm)
Centennial A

INS Mid-Career (Arthur Benton) Award Presentation: A Glimpse Behind the Veil: Multimodal Assessment and Rehabilitation of Memory and Executive Functioning
INS Benton Award Winner: Brian Levine

Invited Symposium
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Refining Our Expectations and Understanding of Cognitive Aging
Chair: Emily Rogalski

Symposium 5
Centennial B-C

Biological Markers of Social and Emotional Impairment after Traumatic Brain Injury
Chair: Miriam Beauchamp

Symposium 6
Centennial G-H

Functional Mapping for Presurgical Planning Using dEEG Source Localization and Transcranial Stimulation
Chair: Catherine Poulsen

Poster 4
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 4: Cross Cultural, Drugs, Genetics, HIV/AIDS, & MS/ALS

5:00-6:00pm

Plenary D
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Tales from Both Sides of the Brain — Michael S. Gazzaniga, PhD

Open to All (CE available for additional fee, 1.0 CE / .1 CEU credits)

6:00-6:45pm

INS Town Hall
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

INS Town Hall

7:00-9:00pm

SLC Student Social
Stout St. Social (1400 Stout Street)

Student Social, Hosted by the INS Student Liaison Committee (SLC)

Friday, February 6, 2015

7:20-8:50am

CE 9
Centennial G-H

Sleep: A Silent Contributor to Cognitive Problems
Mark S. Aloia, PhD

Registration required: 1.5 CE / .15 CEU credits
Includes continental breakfast 7-7:15AM (begins promptly at 7:20am)

CE 10
Centennial B-C

Learning from Your Mistakes? Errorless Learning in Amnesia and Dementia
Roy P. Kessels, PhD

Registration required: 1.5 CE / .15 CEU credits
Includes continental breakfast 7-7:15AM (begins promptly at 7:20am)

9:00-10:00am

Plenary E
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Lifetime Trajectories of Cognition – from Birth Cohorts to Aging Studies — Laura Hokkanen, PhD

Open to All (CE available for additional fee, 1.0 CE / .1 CEU credits)

10:00-10:15am

Coffee Break Centennial Foyer

10:15-11:45am

Paper 4
Centennial A

Paper Session 4: Alzheimer's Disease

Symposium 7
Centennial B-C

Developmental Motor Disorders: From Genes to Brains to Behavior
Chair: Deborah Dewey

Paper 5
Centennial F

Paper Session 5: Alcohol-Related Dysfunction

Symposium 8
Centennial G-H

Behavioral Genetics in Neuropsychology: Exploring New Frontiers in MS and mTBI
Chair: Peter Arnett

Poster 5
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 5: Imaging (Structural & Functional) & Psychopathology/ Neuropsychiatry

12:00-1:00pm

Plenary F
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Disconnection in the Connectome Era — Marco Catani, MD

Open to All (CE available for additional fee, 1.0 CE / .1 CEU credits)

1:00-3:00pm

Invited Geschwind Symposium
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Norman Geschwind and the Lasting Influence
of Disconnection:

Chair: Chris M. Filley, MD

 

1:30-3:00pm

Symposium 9
Centennial B-C

The Role of Physiological Factors and Novel Interventions in Mitigating Poor Neuropsychological Outcomes in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors
Chair: Donald Mabbott

Symposium 10
Centennial G-H

Stepping Out from Silence: Initiating Difficult Dialogues about Diversity in the Context of Neuropsychological Education, Training, and Leadership
Chair: April Thames

Poster 6
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 6: Assessment-Child, Dementia (AD), & Medical/ Neurological Disorders-Child

Poster Symposium
Centennial Foyer

Poster Symposium in Honor of Maureen Dennis

3:00-3:15pm

Coffee Break Centennial Foyer

3:15-4:45pm

Invited Symposium
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

The Young Damaged Brain: A Symposium in Honor of Maureen Dennis
Organizers: Jack M. Fletcher, PhD, Brenda Spiegler, PhD; Discussant: Erin D. Bigler, PhD

Paper 6
Centennial A

Paper Session 6: TBI – Functional Imaging

Symposium 11
Centennial B-C

The Psychometric Assessment of Dementia and Related Conditions using the Latent Variable "δ”
Chair: Donald Royall

SLC Panel Discussion
Centennial F

Panel Discussion: The Use of Neuropsychological Instruments in Research, Presented by the INS Student Liaison Committee
David Libon, Sandra Weintraub, Robert Heaton, Cecil Reynolds

Symposium 12
Centennial G-H

How Your Network Shapes Your Science and Vice Versa: New Ways to Think about Advancing Your Research Career and Obtaining Funding
Chair: Lynne Padgett

Poster 7
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 7: Behavioral Neurology, Dementia (Subcortical), & Medical/ Neurological Disorders-Adult

Poster Symposium
Centennial Foyer

Anterograde Memory Disorder As Disconnection Syndrome
Chair: J. Michael Williams

5:00-6:00pm

Plenary G
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

INS Presidential Address: Networks, Neural Connectivity and Neuropsychology — Erin D. Bigler, INS President

Open to All (CE available for additional fee, 1.0 CE / .1 CEU credits)

6:00-6:30pm

INS Business Meeting
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

INS Business Meeting — Chair: Erin D. Bigler, INS President

6:30-7:30pm

Reception
Capitol Ballroom (Level 4)

Friday Evening Reception

Saturday, February 7, 2015

7:20-8:50am

CE 11
Centennial G-H

How Neurons Enable Language and Cognition
Stephen E. Nadeau, MD

Registration required: 1.5 CE / .15 CEU credits
Includes continental breakfast 7-7:15AM (begins promptly at 7:20am)

CE 12
Centennial B-C

Neurobiology of Socioemotional Behavior in Health and Neurologic Disease
Katherine P. Rankin, PhD

Registration required: 1.5 CE / .15 CEU credits
Includes continental breakfast 7-7:15AM (begins promptly at 7:20am)

9:00-10:30am

Invited Symposium
Centennial Ballroom (D-E)

Exploring the Function and Dysfunction of the Brain's Default Network
Chair: Jessica Andrews-Hanna, PhD

Paper 7
Centennial A

Paper Session 7: Veteran Populations

Symposium 13
Centennial B-C

Using the NIH Toolbox for Neuropsychological and Behavioral Functioning in Individuals who have Disabilities
Chair: David Tulsky

Paper 9
Centennial A

Paper Session 9:
Aging

Poster 8
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 8: ABI-Child, Autism, Cognitive Neuroscience, & Electrophysiology/ EEG

10:30-10:45am

Coffee Break Centennial Foyer

10:45am-12:15pm

Paper 8
Centennial A

Paper Session 8: Cognitive Neuroscience

Symposium 14
Centennial B-C

The Many Faces of Memory Disorders: Video Case Examples and Neuroanatomical Correlations
Organizers: Kathy Haaland, Russell Bauer; Discussant: Michael Kopelman

Poster 9
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 9: Assessment-Adult, Cognitive Intervention/Rehab, & Visuospatial/Neglect

12:30-2:00pm

Paper 10
Centennial A

Paper Session 10: Autism

Symposium 15
Centennial B-C

Disruption of Neural Connectivity After Traumatic Brain Injury in Children: Contribution of Neuroimaging to Understanding Long-Term Cognitive and Behavioral Outcomes
Chair: Linda Ewing-Cobbs

Symposium 16
Centennial B-C

Exercise as Brain Medicine: State of the Science
Chair: J. Carson Smith, Discussant: Steve Rao

Poster 10
Centennial Foyer

Poster Session 10: ADHD/Attention, Cancer, Language/Aphasia, Learning Disabilities/Academic, & Memory