Üsküdar University is in USA to attend the SBMT 14th Annual Congress
The 14th Annual World Congress of SBMT will bring together physicians, scientists, policy makers, funding agencies and industry to further the advances and applications in brain and spinal cord mapping and image guided therapies (operative and non-operative). The conference will take place at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in LA (April 18th to April 20th 2017) in the metropolitan city of Los Angeles, California on the West Coast of the United State of America. Prof. Nevzat Tarhan will attend the Congress as one of the speakers.
The conference aim is to create a critical mass by introducing synergy amongst inter-disciplinary researchers to further understand the brain function and nervous system. It will serve as a platform from which to develop interactions between many of the stakeholders who also have extensive collaborations at national and international levels.
The conference provides the opportunity to be at the forefront of brain sciences, therapeutics in general and neural stem cells interventions in particular. It provides a strong platform for industry and biotech companies to interact with academia in frontiers of science in this field for translational initiatives involving diverse patient's interest groups.
Üsküdar University will attend the Congress among the well-known scientists.
Prof. Nevzat Tarhan, Associate Prof. Barış Metin, Associate Prof. Cumhur Taş, Assistant Prof. Rüştü Murat Demirer and research assistant Merve Çebi will deliver their speeches in the Congress.
The titles of their presentations are listed below;
Prof. Nevzat Tarhan: Biomarkers that can be used for personalized treatment of psychiatric disorders
Doç. Barış Metin: MRI biomarkers: Can functional neuroimaging improve diagnostic accuracy in psychiatry?
Associate Prof. Cumhur Taş: Beyond theta/beta ratio: The future of EEG in psychiatry
Assistant Prof. Rüştü Murat Demirer: Advanced signal processing methods for EEG analysis
Research Assistant Merve Çebi: Use of tractography to differentiate neuropsyciatric disorders
Topics covered including:
- Spinal Cord
Üsküdar News Agency (ÜNA)
Date of upload : 18.04.2017 09:18