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    Progress in Clinical Motor Control: Neurorehabilitatkon July 23-25, 2018

    The first conference on Progress in Clinical Motor Control: Neurorehabilitation will bring together leading scientists in the basic, engineering, and clinical sciences to exchange and share research and development in cutting edge science and technology applied to neurorehabilitation. This conference will provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to hear from top scholars on recent research and technological innovations, as well as practical challenges in integrating these advances into the field of neurorehabiliation.
    Poster submissions will be announced soon.


    Progress in Clinical Motor Control I: NeurorehabilitationJULY 23-25, 2018
    The first conference on Progress in Clinical Motor Control: Neurorehabilitation will bring together leading scientists in the basic, engineering, and clinical sciences to exchange and share research and development in cutting edge science and technology applied to neurorehabilitation.

    Speakers

    Keynote Address—Current State and Future of Clinical Motor Control ResearchWilliam Zev Rymer, M.D., Ph.D.
    Motor Control and NeurorehabilitationJames Gordon, PT, Ed.D., and Claude Ghez M.D.
    Motor Learning and Clinical Motor DisordersPablo Celnik, M.D., Ph.D., Ludo Max, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, and Jonathan Wolpaw, M.D.
    Cognition and Clinical Motor DisordersRachael Seidler, Ph.D., Maria Felice Ghilardi, M.D., and Laurel Buxbaum, Ph.D.
    Sensory Function and Clinical Motor DisordersNetta Gurari, Ph.D., Sean Dukelow, M.D. Ph.D., Robert Scheidt Ph.D., and Helen Cohen, OT, Ed.D.,
    Reflex Modulation and Clinical Motor DisordersAlison Hyngstrom, Ph.D., Stephen Scott, Ph.D., Rick Segal, PT, Ph.D., and Mindy Levin, PT, Ph.D.
    Posture-Locomotion and Clinical Motor DisordersMark Rogers, PT, Ph.D., Jon Dingwell, Ph.D., Keith Gordon, Ph.D.
    Brain Mechanisms of Motor Recovery Following StrokeSook-Lei Liew, OT, Ph.D., George Wittenberg, M.D., Ph.D., and Cathrin Buetefisch, M.D., Ph.D.
    Parkinson’s Disease and Clinical Motor ControlXuemei Huang, M.D., Ph.D., David Vaillancourt, Ph.D., and Scott Cooper, M.D., Ph.D.
    Pediatric Clinical Motor DisordersDiane Damiano, PT, Ph.D., Andy Gordon, Ph.D., and Patti Davies, OTR, Ph.D.
    Spinal Cord Lesions and Clinical Motor ControlMonica Perez, PT, Ph.D., James Abbas, Ph.D., Jacob McPhereson, Ph.D., and John Martin, Ph.D.
    Brain Machine Interface and FES for Functional Recovery in SCIAndy Schwartz, Ph.D., Lee Miller, Ph.D., and Bob Kirsch, Ph.D.
    Device mediated approaches to promote recovery in strokeJules Dewald, PT, Ph.D., Dave Reinkensmeyer, Ph.D., and Gene Tunik, PT, Ph.D.
    Discussion and Debate— Realism vs. Idealism in Clinical Rehabilitation ResearchSteve Wolf, PT, Ph.D., Edelle Field-Fote, PT, Ph.D., and Stephen Page, OT, Ph.D.
    Special Guests
    Carolee Winstein, PT, Ph.D., Daniel Corcos, Ph.D., Leonardo Cohen M.D., Ph.D., Claude Ghez, M.D.,Mark Latash, Ph.D., Paul Eslinger, Ph.D., Brian Schmidt, Ph.D., Stephen Piazza, Ph.D., Stephen Schiff, M.D., Ph.D., and David Good, M.D.
    Special Tribute
    Recognizing the career and mentorship of Claude Ghez, M.D.

    hhd.psu.edu/college/motor-control-conference


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