Jun. 29-Jul. 3, 2014: San Francisco
This symposium on neurotrauma is the leading conference in the field of traumatic brain injury (TBI). The meeting focuses on integrating clinical, translational, and basic science information on issues in neurotrauma. This year’s meeting will consist of a series of clinical sessions and workshops, basic science and injury modeling sessions, discussions of translational issues from both the clinical and basic sides of the spectrum, as well as programs for students and early career investigators.
During the Neurotrauma Symposium, Moberg will demonstrate the CNS Monitor, which provides EEG, processed EEG, and advanced multimodal neuromonitoring. Accurately time-synchronized multimodal data reveals correlations between measurements in real-time to inform critical clinical decisions. The CNS system offers solutions to current informatics challenges in clinical and research settings and is continuously developed to address future needs.
For meeting information, please visit: Symposium of National Neurotrauma