International Symposium On Neurorehabilitation.


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International Symposium on Neurorehabilitation. From basics to future. October 2009.


Dear colleagues,

The high incidence of acquired brain injury in society represents an increasingly complex health issue worldwide. Although over the last few years our understanding of the mechanisms underlying recovery from an acquired brain injury have improved, there is still room for new and more efficient treatment strategies.

The “International Symposium on Neurorehabilitation” aims to promote the exchange of information and ideas and to facilitate the use of new technologies in the field of neurorehabilitation. In this way, the main objectives of the symposium can be summarized as follows:
► Update healthcare professionals on the current state of neurorehabilitation

● World reknown experts and researchers in the fields of cognitive and motor rehabilitation, virtual rehabilitation, patient assessment, behavioural science, neuroplasticity, neuroimaging and neural repair will participate in the symposium.

● Presentations from attendees to gain an insight into the research activities of neurorehabilitation professionals worldwide.

► Encourage the use of technology to improve the outcomes obtained from neurorehabilitation treatments.

● A majority of the over 300 attendees will be healthcare professionals with a great interest in applying new technologies to improve existing treatments.

● Exhibitors from research centres, companies and universities will attend to showcase the latest advances in technology applied to neurorehabilitation.

By bringing together healthcare professionals, researchers and engineers, the “International Symposium on Neurorehabilitation” intends to facilitate a unique and multidisciplinar approach to collaboration for the benefit of patients.

It is with great pleasure that we welcome everyone to this event. We hope you enjoy the symposium and your stay in Valencia.



The symposium will start on Thursday 15th early in the morning.


Joseph Giacino. JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute. NJ, USA.
Defining the borders of consciousness.

David Arciniegas. University of Colorado School of Medicine. USA.
Pharmacologic facilitation of neurobehavioral rehabilitation.


Randolph J. Nudo. University of Kansas Medical Center. USA.
Cortical brain stimulation.

Joachim Liepert. Kliniken Schmieder, Allensbach, Germany.
Cortical reorganization.


Elisabeth Wilde. Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Baylor College of Medicine. Houston, TX, USA.
Neuroimaging and its role in developing interventions

Steven Laureys. Cyclotron Research Centre and Neurology Department, University of Liège. Belgium.
Neuroimaging technology advances.


Albert Skip Rizzo. Institute for Creative Technologies, University of Southern California. USA.
Virtual rehabilitation: applications for cognitive, emotional and motor interventions.

Mariano Alcañiz. Human Centered Technology Laboratory (LabHuman) Technical University of Valencia. Spain.
EcoTrain®. A powerful tool for motor and cognitive rehabilitation.


Barbara Wilson. The Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit. Cambridge, UK.
Cognitive rehabilitation: from basics to future.

Keith D. Cicerone. JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute. NJ, USA.
Factors influencing the outcomes of holistic neuropsychological rehabilitation.


Victor Zurriaga. Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Barcelona. Spain.
Establishing neurological outcome: Spanish and European schedule.

Alarcos Cieza. ICF Research Branch, University of Munich, Germany.
International classification of functioning, disability, and health.


James Blair. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute of Mental Health. USA.
Assessment and intervention in acquired sociopath.

Roland Zahn. School of Psychological Sciences. University of Manchester. UK.
Novel perspectives on the cognitive neuroanatomy of social knowledge and behaviour - implications for neurorehabilitation.


Patrice L. (Tamar) Weiss. Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Studies, University of Haifa. Israel.
Computers and assistive technology.

Jose M. Carmena. University of California. Berkeley, USA.
Brain-machine interfaces.

Gery Colombo. Hocoma AG. Volketswil, Switzerland.
Automated locomotion therapy.

Volker Dietz. Spinal Cord Injury Center, Balgrist University Hospital. Zurich, Switzerland.
Neuroplasticity after a spinal cord injury: significance for training.


Greg Burdea. Rutgers University. NJ, USA.
Virtual rehabilitation: review and future trends.

Emilio Bizzi. McGovern Institute for Brain Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, MA, USA.
Modularity for motor coordination.

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