International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitatiion
TheInternational Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation (IAFNR) supports this quarterly publication to promote scientific research in Functional Neurology, as well as reports of trends in the field, special issues on pertinent topics, abstracts of the annual conference, and timely news of organizational activities. The aim and scope of this interdisciplinary journal is to provide a forum for the fields of Functional Neurology, Rehabilitation Sciences, Neuropsychology, Clinical Neurology, Human Factors and Ergonomics, and vocational assessment and training to present critical ideas, theories, proof-of-concept for technology solutions, and data-based evaluative research to facilitate more effective functional development in children and adults. FNRE accepts review papers, articles of original research, data-based and controlled case studies pertaining to Functional Neurology, Rehabilitation Sciences, brain-behavior relationships, and in applied cognitive neuroscience that relate to translational research. Engineering proof-of-concept applied to functional neurology as ergonomics are also welcome. FNRE also welcomes commentary on either the review papers or on original research as the journal intends to be an archival source of discussion of new advances in rehabilitation. Visit www.iafnr.org for more information or to subscribe to the journal.
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The National Institute for Brain and Rehabilitation Sciences is proud to co-sponsor the Oxford University conference on MOVEMEMENT: Brain, Body, Cognition along with the Neuromodultartion Laboratory of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Harvard Unviersity School of Medicine, The MIND Institute at M.I.T, IAFNR, The National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, Israel, The School of Medicine of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the Wingate Institute for Exercise and Sports Sciences, the Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Havana, the University of the Medical Sciences Facultad ‘Manuel Fajardo’ Havana, the School of Public Health of the University of Havana, and Bielefeld University in Germany.
For the submission of abstracts, further information contact the conference organizers or Dr. Gerry Leisman at: firstname.lastname@example.org