Neurology & Neurological Sciences Conferences

2015

November 9
Clark Center Auditorium

FRONTIERS IN AGING

4pm Clark Center Auditorium

Title: The epigenetic clock, biological age, and chronic disease
Steve Horvath, PhD, ScD,  UCLA

October 26
Clark Center Auditorium

FRONTIERS IN AGING

4pm Clark Center Auditorium

Title: Mitochondria and aging
Toren Finkel, MD, PhD
NIH, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

October 1
LKSC BERG HALL

2nd Annual Neurosciences Institute Symposium

TOPICS

  • Genetics of Aging & the Nervous System
  • Neuroscience & Public Policy
  • Human Neuroscience & Cognition
  • Neuroengineering
  • Neural Circuit Dynamics
  • Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience

September 28
Clark Center Auditorium

FRONTIERS IN AGING

4pm Clark Center Auditorium

Title: Genetic and epigenetic dterminants of longevity in C. elegans
Siu Sylvia Lee, PhD
Cornell University

September 25-27
LKSC BERG HALL

Medicine X

Registration for the fourth annual Medicine X conference is now open. Medicine X brings a broad academic approach to exploring emerging technologies that have the potential to improve health and advance the practice of medicine. Keynote speakers for this year's conference include Peter Bach, MD, director of the Center for Health Policy and Outcomes at Memorial Sloan Kettering; Rob Pearl, MD, executive director and CEO, The Permanente Medical Group; and Zoe Keating, cellist, composer, and one-woman orchestra.

September 25
Clark Center Auditorium

SCAN Symposium  |  Clark Center Auditorium

On September 25, 2015, SCAN will host a day-long symposium of mixed clinical and basic science talks on stroke recovery from both outside guest speakers and Stanford researchers.

September 4
Clark Center Auditorium

Stanford Brain Rejuvenation Project
Mini-Symposium
Friday September 4, 1-4pm

Speakers:

“Big screens to find genes/proteins and where you go from there: two examples in neurodegeneration”
Alice Chen-Plotkin, MD (University of Pennsylvania)

“Expanding insights into ALS and FTD disease mechanisms”
Leonard Petrucelli, PhD (Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville)

“Spinal muscular atrophy: treatment by gene modification”
John Day, MD, PhD (Stanford)

“Prion-like transmission of huntingtin aggregates in Drosophila brains”
Maggie Pearce, PhD (Stanford, Kopito Lab)

July 25
Arrillaga Alumni Center

Stanford Spinal Muscular Atrophy Conference

Stanford SMA specialists will speak on myriad of topics such as research advancements, best care practices, new aids for daily living technologies and more. This educational event is for both adults diagnosed with SMA and families with children diagnosed with SMA. Health care professionals and medical students are encouraged to register.

To register, contact Jennifer Fisher, neuromuscular community outreach liaison, JNFisher@Stanford.edu or 650-497-5934.

June 24
LKSC-130

Conducting Research at the CTRU: Stanford’s Clinical and Translational Research Unit

Meg Venables, Clinical Research Services Manager, Spectrum

Peg Tsao, RN, Study Facilitator, Spectrum Operations, Training and Compliance

June 11
Clark Center Auditorium

Fundamental Themes in Neurosciences: The function of single neuron protocadherin diversity in the mammalian brain

Tom Maniatis, PhD
Chairman, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics - Columbia University Medical Center

Host: Ben Barres

June 10-12
LKSC

PRNI 2015 - 5th International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging

Keynote Speakers:

Giovanni Montana, Professor of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, King's College London

Emily Fox, Assistant Professor of Statistics, University of Washington

Robert Tibshirani, Professor of Health Research and Policy and of Statistics, Stanford University

June 5
LKSC-130

Stanford Medicine Town Hall

Dean Lloyd Minor, together with Stanford Health Care President and CEO Amir Dan Rubin and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford President and CEO Christopher Dawes, will share Stanford Medicine's plans for leading the biomedical revolution in Precision Health—the overarching framework for our organizations. The Town Hall will consist of a one-hour Precision Health presentation, followed by a 30-minute Q&A session. You can learn more about Precision Health at http://med.stanford.edu/precision-healthLive streamRegister online.

June 3
LKSC-130

Faculty Development: Lights! Camera! Feedback!—Video-based Coaching to Improve Teaching Skills

Stephanie Harman, MD

May 29
LKSC BERG HALL

Stanford University School of Medicine Neuroscience Forum

Agenda

May 20-22
LKSC Berg Hall

Big Data in Biomedicine Conference
Driving Innovation for a Healthier World

May 4
Munzer Auditorium

Aging hematopoietic stem cells

Emmaneulle Passegue, PhD
UC San Francisco

April 6
Munzer Auditorium

Potential role of extracellular tau in development and speard of tauopathy: Effects of anti-tau antibodies

David Holtzman, MD, Washington University in St. Louis

March 23
LKSC BERG HALL

From the Innovator's Workbench, an industry's memory writ large

Eric Topol
Director, Scripps Translational Institute
Professor of Genomics, The Scripps Research Institute