2018 Joint Meeting of the ECNS, ISNIP, ISBET, and the ISFSI

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2018 Joint Meeting of the ECNS, ISNIP, ISBET, and the ISFSI

Featuring experts from around the globe

Save the Dates! Don't forget to mark your calendars for September 4-9, 2018 for the next Joint Meeting of the Electroencephalography and Clinical Neuroscience Society (ECNS), the International Society for Neuroimaging in Psychiatry (ISNIP), the International Society for Brain Electromagnetic Topography (ISBET) and the International Society for Functional Source Imaging (ISFSI). 

Hosted by ECNS, this year’s joint meeting will focus on the increased utilization of EEG and neurophysiological measures in the clinic.

A pre-conference workshop on EEG Lab will be held Tuesday, September 4th and Wednesday, September 5th led by Drs. Scott Makeig & Arnaud Delorme. Separate registration is required. 

Following the pre-conference workshop, the scientific conference will begin the evening of Wednesday September 5th with an opening lecture and reception, and continues with three full days of talks and social events, including the Saturday evening banquet.

A ECNS-sponsored post-conference workshop hosted by Dr. Oliver Pogarell on The Use of EEG in the Psychiatry Clinic will be held Sunday morning September 9th.

Click here to view the Call for Abstracts for this meeting. The deadline to submit your abstract is July 16, 2018.

Scheduled Plenary Lectures (more to come):

EEG in Childhood Psychiatry
Nashaat Boutros, MD
University of Missouri, Kansas City

EEG in Psychiatry
Oliver Pogarell, MD
Ludwig-Maximilians, University Munich

EEG in the Cardiac ICU
Maria Baldwin, MD
University of Pittsburgh

EEG Monitoring in the ICU
Lawrence J. Hirsch, MD
Yale University School of Medicine

ECNS Presidential Lecture
Armida Mucci, MD
University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli 

ISFSI Invited Lecture
Bin He, PhD
Carnegie Mellon University

ISBET Presidential Lecture
Thomas Koenig, PhD
University of Bern

ISNIP Invited Lecture
Mary Phillips, MD, MD (CANTAB)
University of Pittsburgh

ISNIP Presidential Lecture
Sebastian Walther, MD
University Clinic Bern

Following the meeting, the inaugural qEEG certification exam of the International Board of Quantitative Electrophysiology will be held. Separate registration is required. Please note: Workshops will require separate registrations and fees.

Location: University of Pittsburgh Oakland campus, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

For More Information: We invite you to visit the ECNS website or contact Dr. Dean Salisbury at salisburyd@upmc.edu for details about the meeting as planning progresses.

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