Nigel Clear, Elsevier's Director of Conferences, commented: "This authoritative and forward thinking event is a great example of the type of interactive, groundbreaking conferences Elsevier aims to produce. The mix of keynote speakers, oral sessions, and poster presentations will create a stimulating environment for academics, researchers, clinicians, and representatives from industry and governmental agencies to discuss cutting-edge technological advancements in this area."
"It is a great honor to have Admiral Michael Mullen, Mr. Bob Woodruff and other distinguished keynote speakers and prominent scientists, surgeons, engineers and physicians on this program" said, Babak Kateb, Founding Chairman of IBMISPS and Scientific Director of Brain Mapping Foundation; "IBMISPS and Brain Mapping Foundation are committed to scientific excellence and proud to partnering with Elsevier on this world class program", he continued.
The congress is relevant for neurosurgeons, radiologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, rehabilitation medicine, cardiologists, pulmonologists, bioethicists, policy makers, government officials, engineers, physicists, graphic designers, allied healthcare professionals, healthcare executives, students, post-doctorates, residents and fellows. The annual congress attracts numerous prominent international figures in science, medicine and government. Limited resident and student travel awards are available to the top three abstract submissions that are submitted by April 30th 2009.
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