INS 2014 Mid-Year Meeting
From Lab to Rehab

July 9-11, 2014
Jerusalem, Israel

Photograph courtesy of Noam Chen,

It is a great pleasure to invite you to the mid-year meeting of the INS (International Neuropsychology Society) that will be held in Jerusalem, Israel, July 9-11, 2014.

The main theme of this meeting will be ”Neuropsychology: From Lab to Rehab”. The aim of the conference will be to reflect the broad range of scientific work in neuropsychology, from experimental research to clinical studies, including assessment and rehabilitation. Therefore, we would like to encourage not only neuropsychologists but also colleagues from related disciplines – such as clinical psychologists, cognitive or computational neuroscientists, physical, occupational and speech therapists, neurologists, psychiatrists and physiatrists – to contribute to our meeting.

We have put together an exciting program with symposia, oral and poster presentations. Plenary sessions will feature renowned keynote speakers, including Professors Erin Bigler (USA, president of INS), Evelin Crone (The Netherlands), Gina Geffen (Australia), Avishai Henik (Israel), Robert Knight (USA), and Rafael Malach (Israel). The workshops will be given by Professors Gordon Chelune (USA) and Faraneh Vargha-Khadem (UK).

Our conference will take place at the Inbal Hotel, located within walking distance of many magnificent sites of religious and historical significance in both old and new Jerusalem. We hope that the opportunity to explore cutting edge neuropsychological research and to discover one of the cradles of western civilization will make INS Mid-year 2014 an unforgettable experience for all participants.

We look forward to welcoming you to Jerusalem!

Professor Eli Vakil, Program Chair

Meeting Updates & News:

  • Jerusalem Award Winners Selected! The award-winning submissions for the Jerusalem Mid-Year Meeting have been selected. View the Awards here!
  • Full Program & Abstracts
    Now Available Online!

    Abstracts will be published in an online supplement to JINS Volume 20 via Cambridge University Press.
  • Travel Info for Attendees: Click here to review passport and visa entry requirements for Israel (click here to go directly to the list of countries exempt from the visa requirement)