Keynote Speakers


Michael Fox

MD, PhD

 

Research Gate

PubMed

Google Scholar

Hesheng Liu

PhD

 

Research Gate

Google Scholar

 


Sarah Lisanby

MD, PhD

 

Research Gate

PubMed

Jean-Pascal Lefaucheur

MD, PhD

 

 

PubMed



Speakers

 

Samar Ayache, Hopital Henri Mondor, Creteil, France

Chris Baeken (MD, PhD), Universiteit Gent, Belgium

Jerome Brunelin (PhD), Centre Hospitalier Le Vinatier, Bron, France

Andre Brunoni (MD, PhD), University of São Paulo, Brazil

Marine Mondino (PhD), Université Laval, Québec, Canada

Alexander Opitz (PhD), Nathan Kline Institute, Orangenburg, USA

Ulrich Palm (MD), Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany

Charlotte Stagg (DPhil), University of Oxford, UK

 


Preliminary Program (final program until May 31st)

 

  Thu 12 Oct Fr 13 Oct Sa 14 Oct

 8:00

 

Registration

Registration

 8:30  

Symposium 1a/1b

Symposium 5a/5b 
   
10:00

coffee break

10:30   Symposium 2a/2b  Symposium 6a/6b  
   
12:00  

Keynote lecture:

Sarah H. Lisanby (USA),

Chair: Padberg (D)

Keynote lecture:

Jean-Pascal Lefaucheur (F),

Chair: Höppner (D)

1:00    lunch break
2:00  Registration Symposium 3a/3b   Symposium 7a/7b
 
3:30 coffee break
4:00

Welcome:

Falkai, Langguth,

Padberg

Oral presentations/

Symposium 4b

 
  Symposium 8a/8b
4:30

Opening lecture:

Individualizing

Brain

Stimulation

Michael Fox (USA)

Hesheng Liu (USA)

5:30 guided poster tour

 

 

 closing and poster

prizes

 

6:00

Get together,

Appetizers,

drinks

7:00  

 

8:00   Dinner and party  

Gender imbalance at brain stimulation conferences – statement of the organizing committee

 

Gender imbalance in science is a hotly debated topic in general and has been raised likewise in the brain stimulation community. Recently, there has been an exchange between researchers discussing the unequal ratio of female and male speakers at brain stimulation conferences. Several arguments have been put forward to shed light on why such a gender gap exists and how we can reduce it. It becomes clear that we need to make an effort in order to find the reasons and reduce imbalance. Taking one small step, we would like to contribute to the goal of gender equity by introducing a gender score. The score indicates the percentage of male and female speakers at our conference and is prominently placed on the conference website. With this we would like to make a clear statement that we are actively invested in the promotion of gender equity whilst taking into account excellent scientific qualifications and would like to encourage you to do the same whichever area of science you are active in.

 







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