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

Agenda

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

Global Brain Health and Performance Summit Coverage

Agenda & Featured Sessions

See the entire course agenda

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Thursday, April 27

Special Pre-Summit Symposium: Opioid Addiction and the Brain: Crisis in the Heartland

Including a keynote session by JD Vance, JD, best-selling author of "Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis"

Opening Keynote: Population Studies: Applications to Brain Health

Featuring Nathan Price, PhD, Institute for Systems Biology and the 100K Wellness Project

See Thursday’s Agenda 

Friday, April 28

Breakfast Symposium: Watson Cognitive Healthcare

Eric Brown, PhD, IBM Watson Health, will share how Watson Cognitive Healthcare is searching for solutions to the world’s biggest health challenges

Keynote Session: Blue Zones: Secrets of a Long Life

National Geographic Fellow and best-selling author Dan Buettner will discuss "Blue Zones," where people live the longest, and are healthiest

See Friday’s Agenda 

Saturday, April 29

Breakfast Symposium: Data as the Next Frontier of Commercialization in Neuroscience

Featuring a panel of experts in tech commercialization and neuroscience

See Saturday’s Agenda 

Closing Keynote: The Enlightened Brain

Deepak Chopra, MD, founder of The Chopra Foundation, co-founder of The Chopra Center for Wellbeing, and world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation will provide the closing keynote  

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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

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Michael Apuzzo, MD

Yale University School of Medicine, Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Neurosurgery

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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

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Michael DePalma

WeFund Health, Managing Director - Digital Health & Innovations

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Igor Elman, MD

Wright State University, Professor of Psychiatry

eisenberger Naomi Eisenberger, PhD

Naomi Eisenberger, PhD

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

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Greg Fiore, MD

Fiore Healthcare Advisors, Founder and CEO

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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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Mark Hurst, MD

Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Medical Director

AmirKalali Amir Kalali, MD

Amir Kalali, MD

QuintilesIMS, Vice President and Head of the Neuroscience Center of Excellence

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Janice Kiecolt-Glaser, PhD

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

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Sanmi Koyejo, PhD

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Assistant Professor - Department of Computer Science

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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, JD

Sarah Lenz Lock, JD

AARP, Exec. Director of Global Council on Brain Health

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Clay Marsh, MD

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

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William Martin II, MD

The Ohio State University - Public College of Health, Dean and Professor

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DJ Nag, PhD, MBA

The Ohio State University, Associate Vice President Technology Commercialization

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Kevin Noonan, PhD

McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP, Partner

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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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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
Physical Optics Corporation 
      Marcie Bockbrader, MD,
PhD, ABPMR, BIM
   
Ohio State University
 
Eugenia Costa-Giomi, PhD
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, MS
Air Force Research Laboratory


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
 
Raghu Machiraju, PhD, ME
The Ohio State University

Uly Magalang, MD
Ohio State University


Andy McKinley, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory


Don Moxley, MA
The Ohio State University
 
Jerry Mysiw, MD
Ohio State University
 
Janine Oman, MS, PT/AT
The Ohio State University
 
Jim Phelan, PhD
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


Lee Shackelford, MD
iRest

Regina Shia, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory

Kyle Traver, MS
Air Force Research Laboratory
 
Jeff Volek, PhD
The Ohio State University
 
Lise Worthen-Chaudhari, 
MFA, MS, CCRC

The Ohio State University
 
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

Mingjun Zhang, PhD, DSc
Ohio State University

Lee Shackelford, MD
iRest

Lee Shackelford, MD
iRest

Sanmi Koyejo
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Yune Lee, PhD
Ohio State University

Ron Gharbo, DO
Eastern Virginia Medical School
 
Ashwini Sharan, MD, FACS
Thomas Jefferson University

Regina Shia, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory

Regina Shia, PhD
Air Force Research Laboratory

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 15.25 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 16 Category A CEU’s. AT’s should claim only those hours actually spent on the educational program.

CNE Credit (Nurses): Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 15510, for 15.25 contact hours.


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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                                                                       $195


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

hiltonimgHilton Columbus Downtown
401 N High St.
Columbus, OH 43215
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

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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

Thank you to our Host and Sponsor

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.

Learn more about the Center for Brain Health and Performance

Contact Us

Email the Brain Health and Performance Summit at BrainHealth@osumc.edu.

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