Agência FAPESP interviews the Australian researcher Mark Cook on implantable devices aimed at controlling epilepsy.
New abstract submission deadline: Feb. 23rd!
April 06th to 08th 2018
- Registration NOT INCLUDED in Congress registration
- Registration charge: R$ 10,00 – Direct payment via cash or check can be made at the Laboratório de Neuroimagem (Magnetic Resonance Department, second floor of the Hospital de Clínicas at UNICAMP) from 8:30am until 04:30pm, for secretaries Sônia and Lilian.
BRAINN VR Symposium – Virtual Reality and Neurofunctional Recovery
- Coordinator: Alexandre Brandão
Date/Time: 06/04/2018 – 9:00 to 17:00
Place: Incamp Auditorium – Technology Center
- Maximum number of students: 20
Acquisition and processing of NIRS data
- Coordinator: Rickson Coelho Mesquita
Date/Time: April 06 and 07
Place: Medical Physics Lab (HC)
- Maximum number of students: 16
V Workshop of the Brazilian Initiative on Precision Medicine – Free registration.
- Coordinator: Iscia Lopes-Cendes
Date/Time: 07/04/2018 – 9:00 to 13:00
Place: Salão Nobre (FCM)
- Maximum number of students: 100
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Researcher Nathalia Peixoto of George Mason University reveals how interdisciplinarity helps develop innovative researches, including ‘biological robots’.
Click to read all the abstracts of the works presented at Brainn´s 3rd Congress, held on April 2016.
The 3rd BRAINN Congress will be held in Campinas, SP, Brazil, from April 11th to 13th, 2016, with pre-congress courses on April 8th to 10th 2016.
The BRAINN congress is a meeting which aims to gather researchers and students (both at graduate and undergraduate levels) working in neuroscience, neurotechnology, and related fields. The main goal is to foster stronger communication and collaborations, in order to reach high quality research standards.
The Congress is an initiative of project BRAINN (Brazilian Institute of Neuroscience and Neurotechnology), which is a Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center (RIDC) of São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP). BRAINN congregates researchers from many areas (neurology, physics, electrical engineering, psychology, among others), coming mainly from University of Campinas – UNICAMP and from Center of Information Technology Renato Archer, which is a federal center of research and development; but also from other Brazilian institutions, such as Federal University of ABC, Federal University of São Paulo, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, among others; as well as some foreign institutions, such as University of Montreal and University College London, among others.
As the name implies, project BRAINN focuses on basic science research on neuroscience, coupled with the development of technologies that can assist in the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of neurological diseases, mainly but not restricted to, epilepsy and stroke.
The 3rd BRAINN Congress is open to attendants from any research groups that have an interest in exchanging information and experiences with BRAINN participants.
The pre-congress courses will be announced shortly.