NEUROSCIENCE & REHABILITATION
OCTOBER 23 - 24, 2021. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 9am - 5pm (GMT -3). WE WILL MEET IN:
CONGRESS DIRECTOR'S WORD
EVERY BRAIN IS UNIQUE
The brain functioning of an individual is determined from genetic factors and shaped over time by experiences and other epigenetic factors that make each human being unique in their way of thinking, reasoning, acting and reacting.
When it comes to neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions, patients with the same diagnosis can present and experience different facets of a pathology, as well as respond in different ways to treatments, medications and interventions.
At the 2nd International Congress on Neuroscience and Rehabilitation We want to promote a rich discussion on how research and development in neuroscience has improved the accuracy of diagnostic and treatment tools, enhancing results and making clinical care increasingly personalized and focused on quality of life of patients in functional, neuropsychological and social rehabilitation.
To fulfill this objective in a multi and interdisciplinary way, the Neuronus Institute invited some of the most impactful researchers and professionals from Brazil and the world and from different areas of knowledge, who have been engaged in the research, development and clinical applications of these tools to bring a current perspective and a look to the future on neuroscience and rehabilitation.
HERCILIO BARBOSA DA SILVA JÚNIOR, MSc.
Director of the Neuronus Institute
AN ONLINE EVENT AS INTERACTIVE AS IT COULD BE
Speakers and guests from different parts of the world and areas of knowledge will share their latest publications.
Multidisciplinary thematic axes involving innovative and conventional techniques and therapies in the field of neuroscience applied to rehabilitation.
Hours of live content and on-demand videos with simultaneous translation will be made available to you. All content will be recorded.
SUBJECTS AND SCOPE
A MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNEY
This journey of knowledge will be an interdisciplinary meeting and will provide the opportunity to discuss advances in neuroscience and rehabilitation processes. Clinicians and researchers from physiotherapy, neuropsychology, psychiatry, neurology, physiatry, occupational therapy and many other professionals will come together to talk about the following topics:
- Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Techniques (TMS, tDCS, tACS,...)
- Neurofeedback, Biofeedback, HRV
- Quantitative Electroencephalogram (qEEG)
- Neuroimaging and Neuronavigation Techniques
- Neuroimaging Techniques
- Virtual Reality
- Athlete Development & Sport Rehabilitation
- Rehabilitation after stroke, TBI and Spinal Cord Injury
- Integrative Medicine in Rehabilitation
- Neurodegenerative Diseases
- Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience
- Technology (eg Robotics, assistive technologies, etc)
- Amputee Rehabilitation (including prostheses and orthotics)
- Rehabilitation for amputees
- Pediatric Rehabilitation
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Pain Rehabilitation
- Palative care
- Speech therapy rehabilitation (aphasias, apraxias, swallowing, etc)
- Clinical Practices (evaluations, diagnoses, treatments, etc.)
- Post-COVID Neurological and Psychiatric Complications
- and much more...