Across implanted and non-invasive neuromodulation technologies, important discoveries on new mechanisms of actions and methods of stimulation are emerging. This new science of neuromodulation is poised to transform clinical care, open up new indications, and support new technology platforms.
Join hundreds of clinician scientists, engineers, and neuroscientists October 4-6 2019, in Napa California, for a dynamic conference on the science of neuromodulation. The joint 2019 meeting of NYC Neuromodulation and the Neuromodulation: The Science brings together the two largest conferences established to advance research, dissemination of knowledge, and implementation of new findings within neuromodulation.
California's Napa Valley is the best-known, most prestigious wine region in America with beautiful scenery and award-winning wines. Join Co-Chairs and winery owners Dr. Eric Grigsby and Dr. Elliot Krames at a Welcome Reception on Saturday evening, where they will showcase some of their wines. October in Napa is known as Crush. Visitors from around the world plan their vacations to coincide with the marvelous tapestry of color that adorns the Napa Valley in autumn. This is the season of harvest and the start of the crushing process, when the smell of wine hangs in the air.
The conference is preceded by intensive hands on workshops and courses spanning invasive and non-invasive neuromodulation, computational modeling, and best clinical practice. Separate registrations required. October 3rd, 2019» Workshop Schedule and Details
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