[Eeglablist] Call for abstracts and registration: The Carolina Neurostimulation Conference 2019

Angel Huang angel.huang90 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 5 08:01:13 PST 2019

*Conference: *Chapel Hill, North Carolina, June 4-6, 2019
*Registration: *http://www.neurostimcarolina.org/registration.html
*Abstract Submission: *http://www.neurostimcarolina.org/abstracts1.html
*Submission Deadline: *Friday, May 24th, 2019

Dear colleagues,

We would like to bring to your attention to the *2nd **annual Carolina
Neurostimulation Conference, June 4-6, 2019* hosted by the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Please feel free to send this to faculty,
staff, and students and anyone that you think would be interested in
attending/submitting an abstract. We have a wonderful program, including a
keynote presentation by Dr. Linda Carpenter (Brown University). Central
topics for discussion and presentations include TMS, tACS, tDCS, DBS,
optogenetics and methods such as modeling, imaging, analysis, and devices.
For more information please visit our conference website at
www.neurostimcarolina.org/ or email us at neurostimulation at unc.edu.

Thank you in advance for your help spreading the word about our conference.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me personally
as well.

Here is our speaker list:

   - Dr. Andrea Antal (Gottingen University Medical School) --
Keynote: Transcranial
   alternating current and random noise stimulation: Ready for clinical
   - Dr. Michael Fox (Harvard Medical School) -- Optimizing TMS targets for
   depression using the human-brain connectome
   - Dr. Maryam Shanechi (University of Southern California) -- Neural
   Decoding and Control of Mood to Treat Neuropsychiatric Disorders
   - Dr. Georg Kranz (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University) -- Non-invasive
   brain stimulation, monoaminergic neurotransmission and neuroplasticity
   - Dr. Stephanie Jones (Brown University) -- Biophysically Principled
   Neural Modeling of EEG Signals to Study the Circuit Level Impact of
   Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation
   - Dr. Crystal Engineer (The University of Texas at Dallas) -- Vagus
   nerve stimulation as a potential adjuvant to auditory training in rodent
   models of autism
   - Dr. Christa McIntyre (The University of Texas at Dallas) --
   Preclinical studies of vagus nerve stimulation as a potential adjunct to
   exposure-based therapies
   - Dr. Vikaas Sohal (University of California San Francisco) --
   Optogenetic stimulation of interneurons to modulate decision making and
   emotional behaviors
   - Dr. Simon Davis (Duke University) -- Using TMS to Identify
   Compensatory Networks in Aging
   - Dr. Suzanne Haber (University of Rochester Medical Center) -- Deep
   brain stimulation for psychiatric disorders
   - Dr. Kenneth Tucker Kishida (Wake Forest University) -- Intracranial
   Electrochemistry - real-time monitoring of dopamine, serotonin, and
   norepinephrine in conscious humans
   - Dr. Gregor Thut (University of Glasgow) -- Using concurrent
   neuroimaging and noninvasive brain stimulation to understand cognitive
   - Dr. David Grayden (Melbourne University) -- Brain stimulation with a
   chronically implanted endovascular stent-based electrode array
   - Dr. Nir Grossman (Imperial College London) -- Non-invasive deep brain
   stimulation via Temporally Interfering electric fields
   - Dr. Aysegul Gunduz (University of Florida) -- Stimulation on Demand:
   Developing closed-loop deep brain stimulation systems
   - Dr. Seung-Schik Yoo (Harvard Medical School) -- Low-Intensity
   Transcranial Focused Ultrasound with Neurotherapeutic and Diagnostic
   - Dr. Flavio Frohlich (UNC at Chapel Hill) -- Public Lecture: Speaking
   the Language of the Brain

Angel Wei Huang
Neuroscience Graduate Student, UNC-Chapel Hill
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