9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
2011 National Neurotrauma Symposium
westin diplomat resort & spa
3555 South Ocean Drive , Hollywood, FL
Hollywood, Florida
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The annual meeting of the National Neurotrauma Society will be held at the fabulous Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa, one of the finest East Coast beach resorts in the United States, and we have negotiated an extremely competitive rate for the conference!
Please join us for this three day symposium which draws expertise from medical and scientific communities and is especially designed for scientists, physicians, postdoctoral fellows, residents and graduate students. The scientific program will span the gamut of clinical pathophysiology, treatment strategies, basic research models and molecular approaches involved in CNS neurotrauma.
Over the 22 years that the US National Neurotrauma society has been in existence, it has evolved from a small group of trauma enthusiasts, Neuroscientists and clinicians to a highly diverse membership of over a thousand representing neuroscientists working in academic and governmental institutions across the United States and in at least 23 other countries. In addition, the Society has expanded its constituency among clinicians who care for the ever increasing burden of traumatically brain and spinal cord injured patients

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Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, July 11, 2011
08:00:00 NEW TECHNIQUES IN NEUROSCIENCE APPLICABLE TO NEUROTRAUMA RESEARCH John Povlishock
08:30:00 POSTER SESSION A Bruce Lyeth
09:00:00 INFLAMMATION MEDIATED PATHOMECHANISMS IN TBI AND SCI John Bethea
09:30:00 ROLE OF DEMYELINATING AND REMYELINATING PROCESSES IN TBI AND SCI W. Dalton Dietrich
10:00:00 WINTR SESSION | ESTABLISHING YOUR SCIENTIFIC NICHE Teresa Jones, Mayumi Prins
10:30:00 POSTER SESSION B Kevin Wang
11:00:00 BLAST INJURY AND PENETRATING TBI PATHOMECHANISMS - ARE NEW MODELS WORTH THE MONEY? Rocco Armonda
11:30:00 RECENT ADVANCES IN TBI REHABILITATION Nathan Zasler
12:00:00 BLAST INJURY AND PENETRATING TBI PATHOMECHANISMS – PART II | MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK
13:30:00 HUMAN BRAIN IMAGING (Point / Counterpoint Debate) Pratik Mukherjee
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
08:00:00 ADVANCES IN MITOCHONDRIAL PATHOBIOLOGY IN TBI & SCI Patrick Sullivan
08:30:00 POSTER SESSION C Edward Hall
09:00:00 OPEN COMMUNICATIONS SESSIONS Andrew Maas, RONALD L. HAYES
09:30:00 PUBLIC EVENT | RESEARCH, REHAB & PREVENTION OF TBI AND SCI Coleen Atkins
10:00:00 HANDS-ON SPINAL COURSE Roland Torres, Allan Levi
11:00:00 CONTROVERSIES IN NEUROSCIENCE NURSING Kathryn Helmick
11:30:00 AWARDS CEREMONY & DINNER
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
08:00:00 CUMULATIVE BRAIN DAMAGE AFTER SPORTS CONCUSSION David Hovda
08:30:00 POSTER SESSION D Jonathan Lifshitz
09:00:00 CLINICAL TRIALS - HOW CAN WE DO IT BETTER? Ji Yao Jiang
09:30:00 GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP Naomi Kleitman
10:00:00 RECONSTRUCTING THE INJURED BRAIN & SPINAL CORD WITH STEM CELLS - STATE OF SCIENCE W. Dalton Dietrich
10:30:00 NEUROMONITORING TECHNIQUES IN THE NEURO ICU (Hands-on & Didactic Session) Urban Ungerstedt
11:00:00 BYPASSING CNS DAMAGE WITH ELECTRONICS
11:30:00 SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP
13:30:00 PATIENT PERSPECTIVE SESSION Ross Bullock
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