11th Annual Neuroscience Symposium
Brain-Machine Interfaces in Health and Disease
One of the most exciting areas of research in neuroscience in the past few years has been the use of brain-machine and brain-computer interfaces in expanding our knowledge of the functions of the normal nervous system, and as a therapy in the restoration of function for patients after a variety of debilitating nervous system diseases or injuries, including stroke, spinal cord injury, hearing loss, movement disorders, and others. Join us at our 11th Annual Neuroscience Symposium on October 26-27, as we hear from world-leading researchers about ground-breaking new discoveries exploring the use of brain-machine interfaces, as well as perspectives from patients and therapists, and from corporate leaders involved in advancing neurotechnology.
October 26-27, 2023
Integrated Sciences Building - Kent Campus
Kent State University Hotel & Conference Center
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Please use the links below to go to the livestream of each separate event session.
BHRI Keynote Address - Leigh Hochberg, MD, Ph.D. - October 26 - 6:00pm
BHRI Morning Sessions - October 27 - 8:30am
BHRI Afternoon Sessions - October 27 - 1:15pm
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