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Neural Prosthesis Seminar Series
The Neural Prosthesis Seminar Series debuted in 1988. Since its debut, this series has sponsored numerous distinguished clinicians and scientists, working in areas that include functional neuromuscular & electrical stimulation, cortical prosthesis, neuromodulation, brain computer & machine interfaces, simulation & modeling, and other related areas.
The Neural Prosthesis Seminar Series is a public educational forum with prominent presenters active in all areas of research. The series brings together researchers, scientists, clinicians and students in the Greater Cleveland Research Community to encourage the exchange of scientific information on global emerging neuromodulation and neurostimulation topics.
The Neural Prosthesis Seminar Series is hosted by the Cleveland FES Center in partnership with our seminar co-hosts.
CME credit available for Neural Prosthesis Seminars
One (1) CME credit is available for each Cleveland FES Center Neural Prosthesis Seminar using the on-line CME management system, MyEvaluation.com.
SIGN IN at the seminar providing your email and title, following the seminar you will receive email instructions to the MyEvaluation.com website, answer 4 or 5 specific questions and receive 1 CME. Credits are available only to attendees.
Upcoming NP Seminars:
*Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will be held at 8:30 am in CWRU Wolstein Research Building, Room 1413
September 30, 2016
Helen Bronte-Stewart MD, MSE, FAAN, FANA
John E. Cahill Family Professor
Director, Stanford Movement Disorders Center (SMDC)
Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences
Stanford University School of Medicine
*Located in CWRU Biomedical Research Building, Room 105
October 21, 2016
Rafael Carbunaru, PhD
Vice-President Research & Development
Boston Scientific Corporation
November 18, 2016
Vice President, Bioelectronics R&D
January 20, 2017
Stephen B McMahon, FMedSci, FSB
Professor of Physiology
King’s College London
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