Related Meetings of Interest


4th MAPPING BELLVITGE Barcelona


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It is the 4th Mapping Course at University Hospital of Bellvitge (Barcelona, Spain), directed by the prestigious Doctor and Professor Andreu Gabarrós. It will take place between the 26th and 29th November 2019 in Barcelona, and it is mainly a practical course with only one day theory and the rest practical sessions (including hands-on and two live surgeries). As it covers diverse matters it is aimed not only at Neurosurgeons, but also at Neurologists, Neurophysiologists, Neuroradiologists, Neuropsychologists and Anesthetists. Please note that there is an option not to do the course in-person in Barcelona, but just to watch the live surgeries on Friday 29th November, either on streaming or on-demand. This might be a good option to take into account in case the doctors could not travel in the course dates.

November 26-29, 2019
University Hospital of Bellvitge, Barcelona, Spain

7th Biennial International Cancer & Cognition Taskforce Meeting


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Program Highlights: Among our Keynote Speakers will be:
  • Judy Campisi, PhD. The Buck Institute. Biology of aging, inflammation and cellular senescence
  • Steve Cole, PhD. UCLA. Stress, cognitive function and social genomics
  • Kevin Duff, PhD. University of Utah. Novel longitudinal assessment methods
  • Lars Nyberg, PhD. Umeå University. Cognitive neuroscience of aging
February 3-5, 2020
Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, Denver, Colorado, USA

25th Butters-Kaplan West Coast Neuropsychology Conference


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The 25th Butters-Kaplan West Coast Neuropsychology Conference will examine new tools and methods in pediatric neuropsychological assessment and how these can be applied in clinical practice. The conference faculty includes renowned authorities in conceptualization of the assessment process, development of new assessment tools, and ways in which these tools contribute to clinical management.

Assessment domains addressed by the speakers will include infant and toddler development, IQ and nonverbal skills, executive function, language and academic achievement, memory, sensorimotor skills, effort, and social-emotional functioning. New developments in assessment of pediatric concussion, screening of high-risk populations, and application of neuroimaging to clinical decision-making will also be covered. Speakers will describe recent advances and provide insights into assessment approaches applicable to a variety of clinical populations.

Emphasis will be placed on test development and psychometric properties, clinical interpretations, and the utility of assessments in identifying clinical disorders and making practical recommendations to families, schools, and referral sources. The conference will showcase the ways in which innovations in neuropsychological assessment can enrich clinical practice and improve understanding of children’s neuropsychological profiles.

Target Audience: This conference is intended for neuropsychologists, clinical psychologists, school psychologists, speech therapists, learning specialists, educators, psychiatrists, neurologists, and other interested health care professionals.

March 19-22, 2020
Hyatt Regency La Jolla, San Diego, California, USA

Active Brain 2020 – The Brain on Physical Activity


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We offer a new conference, not associated with any existing governing bodies being organised primarily by Canberra-based (Australian) researchers. The conference includes confirmed world-leading speakers from North America, Europe and Australia. The conference covers a new, innovative area not well-represented by other conferences. It is cross-disciplinary, and brings together fields such as high performance sport, neuroscience, psychology, mental and brain health among others. The conference focuses on the brain and physical activity. From both a health and performance perspective, international and national experts will discuss the role that physical activity has on the brain, and how the brain can influence physical activity.

May 19-21, 2020
Canberra, Australia

12th FENS Forum of Neuroscience


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Gathering more than 7,000 attendees from all over the world, the FENS Forum of Neuroscience is Europe’s largest international neuroscience meeting.

With 56 parallel symposia, 20 plenary and special lectures and more than 3,500 abstracts, the FENS Forum scientific programme covers all aspects of neuroscience, from basic to translational research.

Now you can also take an active role in the FENS Forum 2020 programme and organise a Satellite Event before or after the Forum. Submit your Satellite Event proposal by December 2 and educate the neuroscience community on the issues that are important to YOU!

Abstract submission will open in December, so stay tuned for more exciting FENS Forum 2020 updates.

July 11-15, 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom

The 32nd International Congress of Psychology


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July 19-24, 2020
Prague, Czech Republic

33rd ECNP Congress


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September 12-15, 2020
Vienna, Austria