The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Neurological Institute and The Stanley D. and Joan H. Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance Present

Second Annual Global Brain Health and Performance Summit

Thursday, April 27 - Saturday, April 29 2017 Hilton Columbus Downtown

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A proud part of the Neurological Institute at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

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Global Thought Leaders and Summit Faculty

Keynote, plenary and breakout sessions will feature top scientists from academia, industry and government to discuss innovations in research and development designed to enhance brain health and human performance.

Keynote Speakers

Plenary and Panel Speakers

AliRezai Ali Rezai, MD

Ali Rezai, MD

The Ohio State University, Director, The Ohio State Neurological Institute and Director, Stanley D. and Joan H. Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance

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Michael Apuzzo, MD

The Ohio State University, Distinguished Professor of Advanced Neurosurgery and Neuroscience and Senior Advisor

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Eric Brown, PhD

IBM Watson Health, Director of Foundational Innovation

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Moshe Bar, PhD

Director, Gonda Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center, Bar Ilan University Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Radiology, Harvard Medical School Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Massachusetts General Hospital

eisenberger Naomi Eisenberger, PhD

Naomi Eisenberger, PhD

UCLA Department of Psychology, Professor, Co-director of Social Cognitive Neuroscience Lab

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Ellen Frank, PhD

HealthRhythms, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer

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Scott Galster, PhD

Air Force Research Laboratory, Lead, Outreach and Collaboration Programs

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Scott Grafton, MD

UC Santa Barbara, Professor and Presidential Chair of Neuro.

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Josh Hagen, PhD

Air Force Research Laboratory, Head of STRONG Team

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Amir Kalali, MD

QuintilesIMS, Head of Neuro Center of Excellence / University of California - San Diego, Professor

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Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, PhD

The Ohio State University, Distinguished University Professor, Director, Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research

kramerArt Arthur Kramer, PhD

Arthur Kramer, PhD

Northeastern University, Professor, Senior Vice Provost

kuchan Matt Kuchan, PhD

Matt Kuchan, PhD

Abbott Labs, Science Lead, Center for Nutrition Learning and Memory

sarahLock Sarah Lenz Lock

Sarah Lenz Lock

AARP, Exec. Director of Global Council on Brain Health

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Abby Levy

Thrive Global, President

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Clay Marsh, MD

West Virginia University, Vice President & Executive Dean for Health Sciences

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James Olds, PhD

National Science Foundation, Assistant Director

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Harald Prüess, MD

Charite Universitaetsmedizin, Campus Mitte – Berlin, Neurology - Attending

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Ashish Raj, PhD

Cornell University / Professor, BrainWire / CEO

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Tom Ryan

Ohio State Athletics, Head Wrestling coach

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Morley Stone, PhD

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Chief Technology Officer for Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)

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Steve Tashjian

Columbus Crew, High Performance Director

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Brett Wingeier, PhD

Halo Neuroscience, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder

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Phyllis Zee, MD

Northwestern University, Professor / Assoc. Director, Center for Sleep & Circadian Biology

Speakers

  
Bart Barthelemy, PhD
Wright Brothers Institute
      

John Bell, PhD
Michigan State University
      Marcie Bockbrader, MD,
PhD, ABPMR, BIM
   
Ohio State University
 
Eugenia Costa-Giomi
Ohio State University


Omid Dehzangi, PhD
University of Michigan


Pierre-Francois D’Haese, PhD
Vanderbilt University


Michael V. Drake, MD
Ohio State University
     
Kevin Durkee
Aptima, Inc.

Jason Eckerle
Air Force Research Laboratory


David Friedenberg, PhD
Battelle

Lynne Gauthier, PhD
Ohio State University

Ron Gharbo, DO
Eastern Virginia Medical School
 
Jason Heikenfeld, PhD
Eccrine Systems, Inc.

Bruno Herbelin, PhD
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

Michelle Humeidan, MD, PhD
Ohio State University


K. Craig Kent, MD
Ohio State University
 
Yune Lee, PhD
Ohio State University
 
Stephanie Lopez, L.I.S.W.-S.
Integrative Restoration Institute

Uly Magalang, MD
Ohio State University


Andy McKinley, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory


Jerry Mysiw, MD
Ohio State University
 
Jim Phelan
Ohio State University
 
Sheldon M. Retchin, MD, MSPH
Ohio State University
 
Daniel Rizzuto, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
 
Jan Schwab, MD, PhD
Ohio State University
 
Kyle Sebastian
Ohio State University
 
Per Sederberg, PhD
Ohio State University
 
Andrea Serino, PhD
MindMaze
 
Ashwini Sharan, MD, FACS
Thomas Jefferson University
 
Gaurav Sharma, PhD
Battelle
 
George Shaw, MD, PhD
Sense Diagnostics, LLC
 
Regina Shia, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory
 
Stephen Kennedy Smith, MEd, JD
Pear Therapeutics
 
Kyle Traver, MS
Air Force Research Laboratory
 
Mingjun Zhang, PhD, DSc
Ohio State University
 


Sheldon Retchin, MD
Ohio State University

Clay Marsh, MD
West Virginia University

Clay Marsh, MD
West Virginia University

Clay Marsh, MD
West Virginia University





Clay Marsh, MD
West Virginia University





Jon Hamilton
National Public Radio
Josh Hagen, PhD
Wright-Patt Air Base

Jon Hamilton
National Public Radio

Jon Hamilton
National Public Radio

Jon Hamilton
National Public Radio
Ron Gharbo, DO
Eastern Virginia Medical School 
Ron Gharbo, DO
Eastern Virginia Medical School 
Ron Gharbo, DO
Eastern Virginia Medical School 
Ron Gharbo, DO
Eastern Virginia Medical School 
Kevin Durkee
Aptima
Omid Dehzangi, PhD
University of Michigan
Craig Kent, MD
Ohio State University
Andrew H. Miller, MD
Emory University

Matt Kuchan, PhD
Abbott Nutrition

Amir Kalali, MD
Quintiles

Amir Kalali, MD
Quintiles

Dan Buettner
National Geographic
Josh Hagen, PhD
Wright-Patt Air Base

Lynne Gauthier, PhD
Ohio State University 

Andrew H. Miller, MD
Emory University

James Olds, PhD
National Science Foundation

James Olds, PhD
National Science Foundation

Regina Shia, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory

Regina Shia, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory

Lt. Col. Stephen Savell
Air Force Research Laboratory

Mingjun Zhang, PhD, DSc
Ohio State University

Mingjun Zhang, PhD, DSc
Ohio State University

Morley Stone, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory

Ron Gharbo, DO
Eastern Virginia Medical School

Ron Gharbo, DO
Eastern Virginia Medical School

James Olds, PhD
National Science Foundation

Jim Phelan
Ohio State University

Jim Phelan
Ohio State University

Agenda

Thursday, April 27

Plenary 1: Global Ecosystems of Brain Health

Moderator: Jeremy Abbate - Scientific American, Publisher




4 p.m.               Opening Address               Ali Rezai, MD
The Ohio State University Neurological Institute, Director
   
             
4:15 p.m.     Putting Brain Health on the Public Agenda        
4:30 p.m.
Roundtable Discussion: What is Brain Health?
 
Moderator: Jeremy Abbate
Scientific American, Publisher
   

           
 

  Christopher Coburn, MPA
Partners HealthCare, Chief Innovation Officer

Richard Friedman, MD
Cornell, Professor / NY Times, Contributing Writer

Moshe Bar, PhD
Bar-Ilan University, Harvard University, Israel Brain Technologies

Sarah Lenz Lock, JD
AARP, Exec. Director of Global Council on Brain Health

James Olds, PhD
National Science Foundation, Assistant Director
   
             
5:30 p.m.
Keynote Introduction   K. Craig Kent, MD
The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Dean
   
             
5:35 p.m.   Keynote: Population Studies: Applications to Brain Health
  Nathan Price, PhD
Institute for Systems Biology (ISB), Head 100k Wellness Project
   
             
6:00 p.m.   Roundtable Discussion: Population Brain
Health Studies
  Moderator: Jon Hamilton
NPR, Science Correspondent

   
        Amir Kalali, MD
QuintilesIMS, Head of Neuro Center of Excellence / University of California - San Diego, Professor

   
                         Clay Marsh, MD
West Virginia University, Vice President & Executive Dean for Health Sciences

   
                             Nathan Price, PhD
Institute for Systems Biology, Head 100k Wellness Project

   
             
6:30 p.m.

Brain Health Hero Award
 
   
             
6:45 p.m.   Opening Reception  
   
       
   



Friday, April 28

Plenary 2: Technical Advances for Understanding Brain Health

Moderator: Per Sederberg, PhD - The Ohio State University, Professor / Primary Investigator of OSU Computational Memory Lab


7 a.m.   Breakfast Symposium: IBM Watson for Healthcare
  Eric Brown, PhD
        IBM Watson Health, Director of Foundational Innovation
         
8 a.m.
Welcome
Michael Apuzzo, MD




The Ohio State University, Distinguished Professor of Advanced
Neurosurgery and Neuroscience and Senior Advisor
         
8:05 a.m.
Battelle: Partnerships to Accelerate Innovations

Jeffrey Wadsworth, PhD


 
Battelle, President and CEO
         
8:25 a.m.
Modeling Progression in Neurodegenerative

Ashish Raj, PhD
    Diseases Using Network Connectivity

Cornell University, Professor / BrainWire, CEO

   
 
8:45 a.m.
Cortical Control of the Autonomic Nerve System 
Scott Grafton, MD




University of California - Santa Barbara, Professor and Presidential Chair of Neuro.
         
9:05 a.m.
Measuring Mechanisms of Brain Activity
Moshe Bar, PhD
   

Bar-Ilan University, Harvard University, Israel Brain Technologies
     
 
9:25 a.m.
Plenary Panel Discussion
Moderator: Per Sederberg, PhD
   
  The Ohio State University, Professor / Primary Investigator of OSU
Computational Memory Lab
9:45 a.m.      
Morning Break  


Plenary 3: Brain-Body Connection and Physical Performance

Moderator: Scott Galster, PhD - Air Force Research Laboratory, Lead of Outreach and Collaboration Programs


10:10 a.m.   The Harry T. Mangurian, Jr. Foundation Lecture: 
Josh Hagen, PhD
    Athletics Application
  Air Force Research Laboratory, Head of STRONG Team
         
        William Kraemer, PhD, FACSM
        The Ohio State University, Professor
     
10:30 a.m.   Third Offset    Morley Stone, PhD
        Air Force Research Laboratory, Chief Tech. Officer
         
10:50 a.m.   Military Applications State of the
  Lt. Col. Stephen Savell
    Science Military Applications
  Air Force Research Laboratory, Commander, 350 TS
         
11:10 a.m.   Performance Roundtable     Moderator: Scott Galster, PhD
   
  Air Force Research Laboratory,  Lead of Outreach and Collaboration Programs
        The Ohio State University, Chief of Applied Neuroscience Professor
 
     
        Moderator: Andrew Freedman
        Mashable, Science Editor
         
        Lt. Col. Stephen Savell
        Air Force Research Laboratory, Combat Rescue Officer
         
        Tom Ryan
        Ohio State Athletics, Head Wrestling Coach
         
        Josh Hagen, PhD
        Air Force Research Laboratory, Head of STRONG Team
         
        William Kraemer, PhD, FACSM
        The Ohio State University, Professor
         
        Morley Stone, PhD

      Air Force Research Laboratory, Chief Tech. Officer
         
                            Steve Tashjian, MPT, CSCS
        Columbus Crew, High Performance Director

Morning Keynote

11:30 a.m.

Keynote Introduction                                                                               Sheldon M. Retchin, MD, MSPH, The Ohio State University, Chief Executive Officer, Ohio State Wexner Medical Center


   
11:35 a.m.

Keynote: Blue Zones: Secrets of a Long Life
Dan Buettner, National Geographic Fellow, New York Times best selling author and founder of the Blue Zones and Blue Zones, LLC.  



 
12:00 p.m.           Discussion

 

12:10 p.m.         Lunch 


Brain Health Commercialization Panel

Moderator: Jeremy Abbate - Scientific American, Publisher


1:00 p.m.                                                                                                      Kevin Wasserstein, MS, MBA
Neurotechology Innovations Translator, Co-Founder

 

  Abby Levy
Thrive Global, President

 

  Brett Wingeier, PhD
Halo Neuroscience, Chief Technology Officer

 

  Christopher Coburn, MPA
Partners HealthCare, Chief Innovation Officer

        Mark Kvamme
Drive Capital, Partner

        Andrea Serino, PhD
MindMaze, Head Scientist / EPFL, Professor


Digitizing Neuroscience: Research & Development

Moderator: Amir Kalali, MD - QuintilesIMS / University of California, San Diego, Global Head of Neuro Center of Excellence / Professor


1:45 p.m.     
                                                                                                Ellen Frank, PhD
HealthRhythms, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer
         
   
  Adam Hanina
AiCure, CEO and Co-Founder
         
        Stephen Kennedy Smith, MEd, JD
Pear Therapeutics, Co-founder and EVP of Corporate Development

Break

2:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.


Sense, Assess & Augment Breakout Sessions

3:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.

The breakout sessions will be structured around the Sense, Assess and Augment framework with 10 sessions dedicated to each element.

• Sense: Examines current and emerging technologies that provide information about physiological or biochemical measurements and indicators relating to brain health and performance
• Assess: Focuses on big data analytic approaches to extract meaningful information from the data gathered by sensing activities
• Augment: Showcases strategies, techniques and technology to optimize performance, health and readiness based on the “sense” and “assess” findings

Sessions will emphasize cutting-edge research, technological developments, emerging applications, and commercialization opportunities.


  Break Out Session 1: 3:00 p.m.-4:15 p.m.        
  Sense
Assess
Augment
  Moderator: Kyle Traver, MS
Moderator: Bart Barthelemy, PhD
  Moderator: Per Sederberg, PhD
Moderator: Scott Galster, PhD
  Moderator: Ashwini Sharan, MD
         
  Jason Heikenfeld, PhD
Eccrine Systems, Inc.
Advances in Sweat Sensing
Kevin Durkee
Aptima
Artificial Neural Networks

Bruno Herbelin, PhD
Swiss Federal Institute of 
Technology in Lausanne

Virtual Reality
 


 
  Marcie Bockbrader, MD, PhD, ABPMR, BIM
The Ohio State University
Neuroprosthetic Body Awareness: Sensing
Through the Eyes of a Brain-Computer Interface
     Mingjun Zhang, PhD, DSc
The Ohio State University
Extended Kalman Filtering
  Andy McKinley, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory
Advances in Transcranial Direct 
Current Stimulation
           
  David Friedenberg, PhD
Battelle
Leveraging Big Data to Build
Better Neuroprosthetics
 

William Kraemer, PhD, FACSM

The Ohio State University

Endocrine-Brain Connections

 

Michelle Humeidan, MD, PhD 

The Ohio State University

Examining Modifiable Factors to Prevent 

Post-op Cognitive Decline 

 
 
 
  John Bell, PhD
Michigan State University
Non-invasive Physio Sensing Technologies
  Regina Shia, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory
Biomarkers of Stress and Performance:
Special Operations
     

Gaurav Sharma, PhD
Battelle

Neuroprosthetics-enabled Cortical Control of a
Paralyzed Hand: From Restoring Individual Finger
Movements to Functional Grasps 
 
     
  George Shaw, MD, PhD
Sense Diagnostics, LLC

Noninvasive Monitoring of Intracranial Hemorrhage
 

Omid Dehzangi, PhD
University of Michigan
Fused Model Approaches for Assessment


Daniel Rizzuto, PhD 
University of Pennsylvania
DARPA RAM: Developing Neurostimulation 
Therapies for Patients with Memory Disorders

 

 
 
  Break: 4:15 p.m.-4:30 p.m.  
 
   

       
  Breakout Session 2: 4:30 p.m.-5:45 p.m        
  Sense   Assess   Augment 
  Moderator: John Corrigan, PhD
Moderator: Chelsea Kane, PsyD
  Moderator: Kevin Durkee
Moderator: Mingjun Zhang, PhD, DSc
 
           
 

Schulte Lecture

Per Sederberg, PhD

The Ohio State University

The Cognitive Revolution

 

Jan Schwab, MD, PhD

The Ohio State University

Elaborate Interactions between the 

Immune and Nervous systems

 

Stephanie Lopez, LISW-S
Integrative Restoration Institute

iRest® Meditation for Behavioral
Disorders & Chronic Pain
           
 

Schulte Lecture

Lynne Gauthier, PhD

The Ohio State University

Consistent Variability in Motor Recovery

 

Scott Grafton, MD

UC Santa Barbara

fMRI Modeling of Functional Brain Connectivity

  Stephanie Lopez, LISW-S
Integrative Restoration Institute

iRest® Meditation: Healing Military PTSD
           
 

Schulte Lecture

Uly Magalang, MD

The Ohio State University

Sleep & Light

        

       

       

      

 

 

Jason Eckerle

Air Force Research Laboratory

Concussion Spotting in Intercollegiate 

and Professional Athletics

 

   

    

    

    

     

  Sports Performance Round Table:
Moderator: Janine Oman, MS, PT/AT

Steve Tashjian, MPT, CSCS
Columbus Crew
Michael Apuzzo, MD
Yale University

Josh Hagen, PhD

Air Force Research Laboratory

Tom Ryan

Ohio State University

Pete Edwards Jr, MD

Orthopedic One

Christopher Kaeding, MD 

The Ohio State University

           
 

Arts & Rehabilitation Roundtable 
Moderator: Lise Worthen-Chaudhari,
MFA, MS, CCRC


Jim Phelan, PhD
Ohio State University
Jerry Mysiw, MD
Ohio State University
Yune Lee, PhD
Ohio State University
Eugenia Costa-Giomi, PhD
Ohio State University
Kyle Sebastian

Ohio State University
 

Ron Gharbo, DO

Eastern Virginia Medical School 

HRV Wearable's and the Future of Healthcare

   

    

   

    

Pierre-Francois D’Haese, PhD 

Vanderbilt University 

Cranial Cloud

 






Sense
 Assess
Augment 1:25 p.m.                                                                                                                           
                                                           1:40 p.m.       1:55 p.m.       2:10 p.m.       2:25 p.m.       


Sense
 Assess
Augment 1:25 p.m.                                                                                                                           
                                                           1:40 p.m.       1:55 p.m.       2:10 p.m.       2:25 p.m.       

Poster Reception 

5:45 p.m. 




Moderator: Christopher Coburn
Biomedical Engineering Assessment
Mingjun Zhang, PhD

The Ohio State University
Biomedical Engineering Assessment
Mingjun Zhang, PhD

The Ohio State University
Special Lectures
Special Lectures
Sports Performance Roundtable

Gaurav Sharma, PhD
Battelle
Neuroprosthetics-enabled Cortical Control of a 
Paralyzed Hand: From Restoring Individual 
Finger Movements to Functional Grasps

Moderator: Chelsea Kane, PsyD
Moderator: John Corrigan, PhD
Moderator: Chelsea Kane, PsyD
Moderator: John Corrigan, PhD

Pierre-Francois D’Haese, PhD

Cranial Cloud / Vanderbilt University

Pierre-Francois D’Haese, PhD

Cranial Cloud / Vanderbilt University

Saturday, April 29

Plenary 4: Inflammation and the Brain-Body Connection

Moderator: Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, PhD - The Ohio State University , Director, Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research


8 a.m.
Welcome
Scott Galster, PhD
 
 
Air Force Research Laboratory, Chief of Applied Neuroscience
The Ohio State University, Professor
 
 
 
8:05 a.m.
Depression, Inflammation, Cognition

Andrew Miller, MD
Emory University, Professor
 
 

8:25 a.m.     Immune Dysfunction and
Effects on Cognition
    Harald Pruess, MD
Charité – Universitätsmedizin, Campus Mitte – Berlin, Neuro. Researcher
 
 
 
8:45 a.m.
Inflammation and Consequences
for Mood and Cognition

Naomi Eisenberger, PhD
University of California - Los Angeles, Department of Psychology, Professor,
Co-director of Social Cognitive Neuroscience Lab
 


 
9:05 a.m.
Panel Discussion
Moderator: Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, PhD
 


The Ohio State University , Director, Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research
 
 
 
9:25 a.m.     
Break



Plenary 5: Lifestyle and Brain Health

Moderator: Ali Rezai, MD - The Ohio State University, Director, The Ohio State Neurological Institute


9:55 a.m. 
Exercise and Cognition                               Arthur Kramer, PhD



  Northeastern University, Professor, Senior Vice Provost

 
 
10:15 a.m.   Nutrition   Matt Kuchan, PhD

 
  Abbott Labs, Science Lead, Center for Nutrition Learning and Memory

 
 
10:35 a.m.   Circadian Alignment and Sleep
  Phyllis Zee, MD

 
  Northwestern University, Professor / Assoc. Director, Center for Sleep & Circadian Bio.



 
10:55 a.m.   
Meditation/Mindfulness and Augmenting      Ruchika Prakash, PhD



  The Ohio State University, Professor



 
11:15 a.m.
Panel Discussion   

Ali Rezai, MD

        The Ohio State University Neurological Institute


Closing Keynote

Moderator: Andrew Freedman - Mashable, Science Editor

11:35 a.m.



  Keynote Introduction  

                                                                         

Michael V. Drake, MD
The Ohio State University President, Chair of Board of Trustees, Assoc. of Acadmic Health Centers and Fellow of the Institute of Medicine (National Academies)

   
 
11:40 a.m.   Keynote
Deepak Chopra, MD
Pioneer and Advocate in Integrative Medicine and Co-Founder, The Chopra Center
         
12:20 p.m.
Closing Discussion   Moderator: Ali Rezai, MD
The Ohio State University, Director, The Ohio State Neurological Institute
       
         
        Ruchika Prakash, PhD
The Ohio State University, Professor
       
        Deepak Chopra, MD
Pioneer and Advocate in Integrative Medicine and Co-Founder, The Chopra Center
   
 

1:00 p.m.         


Summit Concludes
                        
   


Pioneer and Advocate in Integrative Medicine and Co-Founder, The Chopra Center

 

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of CME Outfitters, LLC and Ohio State University Stanley D. and Joan H. Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance. CME Outfitters, LLC is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CME Outfitters, LLC designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Ohio State Sports Medicine (BOC AP # P647) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 14 Category A CEU’s. AT’s should claim only those hours actually spent on the educational program.


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The 2017 Brain Health & Performance Summit will examine groundbreaking innovations in the following areas:

  • The identification, validation and application of biomarkers toward the enhancement of brain health and performance.
  • Lifestyle practices, such as sleep, nutrition, exercise and mindfulness, and how they effect results on the playing field, battlefield and everyday life.
  • The impact of inflammation on cognitive and physical functioning.
  • Technological advances in human performance sensors and analytics for the prediction and measurement of function disease outcomes.

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Who Should Attend

Leaders from all fields seeking to learn about the latest discoveries in neuroscience and personal performance and longevity, including
  • Neuroscientists
  • Sports Medicine & Behavioral Medicine Practitioners
  • Physical Therapists & Athletic Trainers
  • Military Scientists
  • Neurologists
  • Neurosurgeons
  • Psychiatrists
  • Physiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Sleep Medicine Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Nutritionists/Dietitians
  • Engineers, Technologists, Researchers
  • C-Level Executives seeking to optimize personal and team performance



 

Registration Rates

Registration Rates

Register now.

    Return Rate
  Regular Rate
Industry Professional        $495       $550
Physician/Scientist/
Allied Health Professional/Nurse
  $295    $350
Ohio State Physician/Scientist/
Allied Health Professional/Nurse
  $195   $250
Student/Resident Fellow   $150   $200
Ohio State Student/Resident Fellow
  $95   $150
Single Day Pass                                                                       $100


Group discounts available: Register 3 individuals from the same practice and receive a 4th registration free. Please contact brainhealthinfo@cbc-us.com for a registration code.

Hotel Information


Hotel Information

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614-384-8600
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Room Reservation and Rates

Attendees of The Ohio State University Global Brain Health and Performance Summit are offered a discounted room rate of $165 per night (plus tax and valet parking), single/double occupancy. 

Reserve your room.

Or, call the hotel at 614-384-8600 and use the group block code OSUMED.  



 

Call for Abstracts

abstracts

The Global Brain Health and Performance Summit Scientific Program Committee invites you to submit abstracts for papers to be presented at the upcoming conference. The Global Brain Health and Performance Summit Scientific Program Committee has reserved time on the program for scientific poster sessions. Poster sessions will take place Friday, April 28 during the poster reception. You are welcome and encouraged to bring handouts.

Abstracts previously presented at other national or international meetings will be accepted.

Important Dates:

Submission Due: March 8
Notification of Acceptance: April 1
Poster Reception: April 28


 

Poster Abstract Submission Instructions

Submissions on the following topics and related areas of inquiry are welcome

  • Advanced technology for performance enhancement
  • Athletics applications
  • Biomarkers of performance and recovery (biomarkers can include biomaterials as well as performance characteristics, behaviors, and other proxy measures for performance an recovery)
  • Cognitive Readiness
  • Effects of stress on brain health and performance
  • Immune functioning and impacts on brain health and performance
  • Inflammation and impacts on brain health and performance
  • Lifestyle factors impacting brain health and performance (i.e. sleep, nutrition, exercise, social engagement)
  • Military applications
  • Mindfulness and meditation and impacts on brain health and performance
  • Minimizing effects of aging on cognition
  • Performance Assessment
  • Physical Training for Performance Improvement
  • Quantifying brain networks and performance
  • Sensing technology (wearable sensor technology applications toward brain health)

Please see application for full submission instructions. All applications should be sent to Chelsea.Kane@osumc.edu. You will be notified by March 17, if your poster is accepted. Your acceptance notice will include additional information regarding space assignment and size.


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Inaugural Brain Health and Performance Summit

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RossLandingPageImageThe Stanley D. and Joan H. Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance at The Ohio State University plans to fundamentally define brain health through a collaborative program of multi-modal, multidisciplinary research, and cross-disciplinary collaborations. These efforts will inform development of innovative approaches, treatments, and procedures to enhance functioning for individuals across the spectrum of abilities.

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