Neurorecovery and Neuroplasticity
Date/Time: Sunday, October 23, 2022 - 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Track: Cross-Cutting Special Interest Group
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As the first session of the new Neuorecovery SIG, this session will develop a consensus of what neurorecovery is across neurological diseases, how this is studied, emerging principles, and directions forward. Topics covered will include mechanisms of recovery in the setting of stroke, multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injury, spanning domains including motor and cognitive function.
Co-Chair: Steve C. Cramer, MD, FANA
- Following this session, learners will be better prepared to discover or understand the mechanisms of nervous system repair, develop valid outcome measures and clinical trials for emerging therapies, integrate the protocols in clinical trials and the understanding of nervous repair biology with the activity patterns of patients with these diseases and in the rehabilitation of these diseases.
Defining Neurorecovery and Moving the Field Forward
Promoting Remyelination in MS: Oligodendroglial Biology to Clinical Translation
Strategies for Limiting and Repairing Damage after Traumatic Injury to the Nervous System
Neuroplasticity and Neurorecovery of Aphasia
Intensive Rehabilitation Therapy Using Telehealth Methods Early After Stroke
Poster Presenter: Steven Cramer, MD, MMSc, University of California, Los Angeles
Myoelectric Interface for Neurorehabilitation (MINT) Conditioning Improves Arm Function in Severely Impaired Chronic Stroke Survivors
Poster Presenter: Marc Slutzky, MD, PhD, Northwestern University