WASHINGTON, DC | MARCH 2-3, 2017

Neuroscience in Intensive Care International Symposium

NICIS - AMERICA

NICIS-America is returning in 2018. Dates and Location To Be Announced

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ABOUT THIS EVENT

NICIS-America is a two-day conference that brings together clinicians and scientists who share a common aspiration to translate discoveries

in the neurosciences into effective patient-centered treatments. The 2017 conference will provide an overview of cutting edge research

on precision medicine in neurocritical care and stroke. The conference speakers include thought leaders in molecular biology and genetics,

proteomics, neurophysiologic monitoring and analysis, brain mapping, molecular imaging, statistical modeling, machine learning, predictive

analytics, and advanced clinical trial design. The conference is designed for an interdisciplinary and multiprofessional audience of clinicians

and investigators working in neurological injury, critical care and stroke. This includes basic and translational scientists, neuroscientists, intensivists,

neurointensivists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuroanesthesiologists, neuroradiologists, physiatrists, psychiatrists, and neuropsychologists.


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THE VISION

The Neuroscience in Intensive Care International Symposium in America (NICIS-America) builds on a highly successful conference and networking event held annually in Paris since 2010 (www.nicis.fr). The vision of NICIS is to provide a forum that will promote transformative advances in the care and science of patients with critical neurological illness and injury. NICIS brings together clinicians and scientists who share a common interest in translating discoveries in the neurosciences into better patient-centered outcomes.

THIS YEAR'S THEME

This year's conference is devoted to the theme of Precision Medicine for Neurocritical Care and Stroke. Advances in genetics and in image-guided therapy are already leading to major changes in the classification, management and outcomes of patients with ischemic stroke. New management paradigms are being actively explored in the domains of acute neurological injury—intracerebral hemorrhage, subarachnoid hemorrhage, anoxic-ischemic brain injury, traumatic brain injury. However, more effective predictive modeling and treatment strategies are desperately needed in these populations.

THE ORGANIZERS

Robert Stevens, MD, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Johns Hopkins University

Jan Claassen, MD, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Neurology, Department of Neurology, Columbia University

Jose Suarez, MD, Professor, Neurology-Vascular Critical Care, Baylor College of Medicine

Tarek Sharshar, MD, Senior Consultant, Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Raymond Poincaré Hospital, Professor, The University of Versailles

WASHINGTON, DC USA | MARCH 2-3, 2017

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Student (early bird)

Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible for this rate. This rate is valid through January 3, 2017. After this date the standard price for this registration category becomes $300.

$ 250

Post-Docs and Residents

Post-doctoral fellow and residents are eligible for this rate. This rate is valid through January 3, 2017. After this date the standard price for this registration category becomes $395.

$ 350

Academic/Government

Academicians and government researchers are eligible for this rate. This rate is valid through January 3, 2017. After this date the standard price for this registration category becomes $595.

$ 495

Industry/Commercial Rate

Individuals working at for-profit commercial interests are eligible for this rate. This rate is valid through January 3, 2017. After this date the standard price for this registration category becomes $1195.

$ 995