Burke Medical Research Institute, in conjunction with Soterix Medical East, is hosting one-day intensive workshop on the fundamentals of the theoretical and practical aspects of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) and High-Definition transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (HD-tDCS). The event will be held at the Burke Rehabilitation Center's Billings Building on its main campus at 785 Mamaroneck Ave. in White Plains.
Preceding the hands-on demonstration and break-out sessions, the day begins with lectures by pioneers in the field of tDCS who will provide a general background on tDCS mechanisms and protocols including live demonstration of tDCS. Issues related to dose decision, safety, regulatory compliance, and best clinical practices will be introduced.
Marom Bikson, PhD: Technology Overview Mechanisms
Dylan Edwards, PhD, director of Burke's Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation and Human Motor Control Laboratory: Clinical Protocols and Safety
Abhishek Datta, PhD: Soterix Medical Technology and Software
Felipe Fregni, PhD: Future Directions and Challenges
Alexandre DaSilva, DDS: The Brain as a Therapeutic Target in Migraine and Other Chronic Pain Disorders
The breakout sessions provide researchers and clinicians a round-table format to discuss latest updates, challenges, and opportunities. Please contact the breakout session director as space is limited.
tDCS Modeling Methods – Dennis Truong, MS, at email@example.com
tDCS in Stroke Rehabilitation – Avrielle Rykman, MA, OTR/L, at firstname.lastname@example.org
tDCS in Pediatric and Stroke – Jason Carmel, MD, PhD., at email@example.com
Faculty/Industry/Medical Professionals Fee: $500
Students/Postdocs Fee: $250
Registration fee includes Breakout Session, Refreshments, Breakfast, Lunch, and Mixer. Transportation not included. Check and card payments accepted. Register Here
For questions please contact: Robin Azzam or call 1-888-990-8327.
Please download the flyer for more information.
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