Neuroscience 2014 Conference – Emotional Memory and Creativity
Friday, June 6, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The brain is inherently plastic, which makes it possible to learn. Damage to the nervous system often results in pathological forms of plasticity that increase disability. The goal of this conference is to discuss the potential to direct neural plasticity to improve recovery from injury. Recent studies using novel devices, drugs and behavioral techniques suggest that significant advances in the lab will soon be translated to improve neurorehabilitation. Presentations will be targeted for physicians, therapists, engineers, and neuroscientists.
When & Where
The University of Texas at Dallas — School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences
The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences is concerned with the study of human development throughout the life span, including normal perceptual, cognitive, linguistic, emotional, social, and physiological processes, as well as individual differences in these processes. As our students and faculty focus on the intersection of mind, brain and behavior, we are committed to translating the latest research into treatment and intervention to improve human lives.