RECENT TEXTS FROM NIBRS
We have just completed the second conference on Movement and Cognition at Harvard Medical School, with last year's event being at Oxford University. Over three hundred and fifty attendees from the fields of Psychiatry, Neurology, Occupational & Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation- and Neuro-sciences, Biomedical Engineering and yes even the Science of Dance were represented. Among the Keynote speakers included Drs. Steve Grossberg Wang Professor of Cognitive and Neural Systems at Boston University, John Ratey, Clinical Professor of Neuropsychiatry at Harvard Medical School and author of "Driven to Distraction," Robert Melillo author of Disconnected Kids, co-author of Neurobehavioral Disorders of Childhood and I, having presented the keynote lecture on "“I” and “Thou”: Cognitive-motor interactions in the development of individuation" (- a Neuroscience of 'Self'). The participant response to the lectures was overwhelming and the camaraderie, life affirming. I look forward to the next event on this interdisciplinary boundary-pushing topic next year between 22-24 July at the University of Tel-Aviv. See www.movementis.co.il and www.movementis.com.
For the submission of abstracts, further information contact the conference organizers or Dr. Gerry Leisman at: email@example.com
Scientific Recognition by the Republic of Cuba
RECENTLY PUBLISHED BOOKS
Movement & Cognition - 2018
Joseph P. Martin Center
Harvard Medical School
The National Institute for Brain and Rehabilitation Sciences is proud to co-sponsor the Oxford University conference on MOVEMENT: Brain, Body, Cognition-2018 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.
US NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION THANKS
NIBRS FOR CONSULTING SERVICES